Gather with other women musicians for fun workshops, great jams and more at the beautiful Highlands Inn in Bethlehem, NH
Sept 5 – 8, 2014
With instructors Tret Fure and Jamie Anderson. Workshops for all levels of musicians (singers, too) – guitar, mandolin, ukulele, songwriting, and singing. Every day will feature a sing along with everything from pop to bluegrass. At the end of camp, students show off what they’ve learned in an open mike. Saturday night is a special concert featuring Tret and Jamie.
Workshops will be geared around your interests. Want to learn songwriting? Blues guitar? How to play lead? Maybe you’re a beginning guitarist who just wants to change chords without stopping? Want to learn some rounds? How to play the ukulele?
We’ll also have private lessons where it’s just you and the teacher. Have Tret help you with your latest original song or ask Jamie to show you a cool mandolin lick.
Her career spans four decades, beginning in the early seventies working with Spencer Davis. She’s a sound engineer and producer, too, producing many recordings including her own six award-winning acoustic albums. Fortunately for us, she’s also an experienced teacher who’s great at inspiring all levels of students; she’s taught privately in her studio and classes at a variety of camps and festivals around the country including three years at the Songwriting and Guitar Boot Camp in Washington State.
She’s a touring singer-songwriter who maintains a busy teaching practice. She’s proficient on several instruments, remembering what it was like to strum that first chord; she passes on that knowledge and excitement to her students. Jamie ran a successful camp for women musicians in North Carolina for four years and she’s taught at Duke University, John C Campbell Folk School, and more. Oh, and she’s released ten albums, loves dark chocolate and can play “Brown Eyed Girl” behind her back.
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