Next Guitar Workshop – 30th & 31st May 2020
I’m delighted to announce that my next workshop will be on 30th & 31st May 2020. Times on both days will be 11:00am until 4:15pm. Over the course of the weekend we’ll be looking at composition, arrangement, performance and technique through a study of repertoire and various exercises. A workbook will be emailed to you in advance.
I will also be joined by a special guest..
Tom is a professional drummer and an editor at Rhythm Magazine. He will be leading a rhythm workshop to help you understand the concepts and applications of rhythm, beyond the guitar. Over the years I have realised that many fingerpickers have a good technical command over the instrument but draw a blank when it comes to really understanding what they are playing. This session will demystify rhythm and get you playing like a pro.
The cost for the weekend is £165 and that includes lunch on both days and teas/coffees/refreshments.
Arrival and registration is on Saturday 30th May at 10.30am and the workshop runs from 11.00am – 4.15pm on the Saturday and Sunday. On the Saturday evening we all head into nearby Bath for a curry and drinks (this is optional and not included in the workshop fee).
Workshop places are limited and will sell out quickly – to book your place please use the online form below and specify any dietary or other requirements. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to seeing you in May!
Intermediate and above. We recommend 18 months plus of fingerstyle playing to get the most out of this workshop.
Please book using the form below.
The venue is located just 6 miles from Bath, UK and 18 miles from Bristol. Directions will be sent out before the event.
Here are some local accommodation providers:-
The Wheelwrights Arms, Monkton Combe: the-wheelwrights-arms-gb.book.direct
Tucking Mill View, Brooks View and Fishermen’s Retreat are luxury cottages in Monkton Combe: bathselfcatering.net
Waterhouse Hotel, Monkton Combe: www.waterhousebath.co.uk/accommodation
The Kings Arms, Monkton Farleigh: www.thekingsarmsmf.com