Redwood Music Camp
New location, new dates!
Memorial Day Weekend: Friday, May 25th – Monday, May 28th, 2018
Camp Harmon, Boulder Creek, California
$385 tuition includes all meals and lodging
Redwood Music Camp is a three-day weekend music camp experience for adults, featuring the members of Molly's Revenge and The Fire as faculty, as well as Shelley Phillips teaching clawhammer ukulele, Jesse Autumn for harps, Nicola Canzano for piano, and Steve Palazzo for old-time guitar. For 2018, we'll be at a new location: Camp Harmon in Boulder Creek, California (about an hour and a half from the Bay Area). The site features large, well-lighted cabins in the redwoods that sleep up to ten in single-level beds, although we'll likely place no more than five people in each one. Each cabin has its own bathroom, and shower facilities are a short walk away. The woodland setting has multiple venues for practice, a large dining hall for jamming and concerts, and room for small tents, RVs, and parking.
Musical styles of camp workshops range from Irish and Scottish to American traditional, but with a strong focus on Celtic. Participants get the full music immersion experience of learning in small workshop settings in the morning and early afternoon, and sessions bringing it all together in the late afternoon and evening, plus lots of informal jamming. Perfect for experienced players who want to up their game, or those who have been meaning to get that fiddle out of the closet. All levels welcome! Open to players of fiddle, flute, pennywhistle, recorder, oboe, harp, guitar, dulcimer, accordion, percussion, banjo, mandolin, keyboards, ukulele and more! Other activities include singing, dancing, swimming, crafts, hiking, and bamboo flute making.
Tuition is $385, and includes three nights of lodging, with all meals included from dinner on Friday to lunch on Monday. This year a day rate of $75 will be offered once the class schedule is posted; day rate participants will join us for lunch and dinner, but no overnight lodging will be provided.
Friday May 25th through Monday May 28th
16403 Highway 9, just north of Boulder Creek