Sunday, June 24, Noon-1:30 PM
Andy May will demystify flat-picking and finger-picking techniques to help you improve your playing and performance and build your confidence. Bring your guitar and your questions.
Beginning to intermediate-level guitarists.
Suggested Workshop Donation: $20 per person
Space is limited! R.S.V.P. on Facebook (message Andy May) to hold your place and to let us know what you would like to learn and where you see yourself in terms of your guitar skills. That way we can plan an effective workshop.
Andy will give a concert after the workshop, starting at 2:30 PM. Concert info
Workshop: Noon-1:30 p.m.
Music: 2:30 p.m.
Potluck barbecue after the show
Andy’s relaxed, common-sense approach to teaching is rooted in his background in developmental learning and his interest in creative problem-solving.
“…His manner is easygoing and conversational. He not only shares his music with students, but also the creative process through which songs are written and instruments are mastered.” —Joan Gardner, Cultural Organization of the Arts, RI
For 55 years, Andy has been a professional musician and a teacher. He has performed thousands of shows, taught many hundreds of people to play guitar or mandolin, and instructed extensively in the areas of performance and visual art. Andy has been Artist-in-Residence in elementary and junior high schools in Rhode Island, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New York, and he has led seminars in creativity and in programming for both youth and adults at music festivals such as the Walnut Valley Festival (“Winfield”), MerleFest, the Augusta Heritage Center and the Country Music Hall of Fame.