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Kaufman Kamps

This group is for those flatpickers who are fans of Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Camps.

Website: http://www.acoustic-kamp.com/
Location: Maryville, TN
Members: 96
Latest Activity: Feb 27, 2013

Instructors for 2009

WEEK ONE June 14-21, 2009

The Flatpicking Team (Week One): Rolly Brown, Mark Cosgrove, Dan Crary, Steve Kaufman, Jeff Jenkins and Mike Maddux

The Fingerpicking Team: Chris Proctor and Steve Baughman

Beginner Guitar Level One (non-rotation): Cindy Gray

The Bass Team: Rusty Holloway with another instructor to be added as students register

The Fiddle Team: Bobby and Cathy Hicks and Stacy Phillips

New ~ Beginning Fiddle Level One (Non-Rotation): Casey Henry

The Dobro (tm) Team: Johnny Bellar and Fred Sokolow

New ~ Mountain Lap Dulcimer: Mike Clemmer with another instructor to be added as students register

The Old Time Banjo Team: Evie Laden and Laura Boosinger

Vocal Instructor (Afternoon Elective): Cindy Gray

Slow Jam and Band Scramble Coordinator and General Kamp Liaison: Casey Henry and Cindy Gray

Jamming Instructor and Coordinator: Keith Yoder

Luthiers and Kamp Doctors: Virginia and Ken Miller

Special Guest: To Be Announced

WEEK TWO June 21-28, 2009

The Flatpicking Team Week Two: John Carlini, Beppe Gambetta, Mike Kaufman, Robin Kessinger, Uwe Krüger, Tony McManus, Scott Nygaard and Eric Thompson

Beginner Guitar Level One (non-rotation): Cindy Gray

The Mandolin Kamp Team: Robin Bullock, David Harvey, John Moore, Andy Owens, John Reischman, Don Stiernberg,

Beginner Mandolin Level One (non-rotation): Tim Worman (Pick N' Grin of Knoxville Full Time Instructor)

Bluegrass Banjo Team: Bill Evans, Bill Keith, Jens Krüger and Gary Davis

Beginner Banjo Level One (non-rotation): Casey Henry

New ~ Songwriting/Voice Class: Kathy Chiavola

Afternoon Voice Instructor: Cindy Gray

Slow Jam and Band Scramble Coordinator and General Kamp Liaison: Casey Henry

Jamming Instructor and Coordinator: Keith Yoder

Afternoon Old Time Banjo Instructor: Tommy Jordan

Afternoon Bass Instructor: Dick Daniels

Afternoon Fiddle Instructors: Amy Melendy, Sarah Pirkle and Jimmy Davis

Morning Lap Dulcimer instructor: Mike Clemmer

Luthiers and Kamp Doctors: Bryan Kimsey and Jim Grainger

Special Guests: To Be Announced

All of the instructors are well known for their individual and unique picking and teaching styles. They were carefully chosen for their talents- not only as musicians but also for their instructional expertise, easy-going attitude, and approachability. Hundreds of topics will be discussed, thoroughly examined and instructed.

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Comment Wall

Comment by Steve Kaufman on May 9, 2010 at 5:18pm
You can have as much pb and j as you want at Kamp.
Just about a month away and all is in readiness.
This is going to be a great year.
Slots still available for all classes except songwriting/vocals.
You can register at www.acoustic-kamp.com or call Flatpik central at 865-982-3808 or 800-Flatpik.
You can also join the kamp ning group at www.acoustickamp.ning.com.
See you soon.
Steve K
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