Grass Seeds Academy Bluegrass Jam Camp for Kids — March 1-3

It’s that time of year again, when we get to mentor the talented kids at MBOTMA’s Grass Seeds Academy!

Grass Seeds is a weekend-long bluegrass jam camp that takes place during the annual MBOTMA Winter Bluegrass Weekend, March 1-3 at the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West in Plymouth, MN.

This is a workshop for young musicians ages 8-18 who play Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Bass, Dobro, Fiddle/Violin/Viola or Mandolin and are interested in learning to play bluegrass with others in a fun and relaxed setting!

The High 48s Teaching Bluegrass at Grass Seeds Music Academy

The kids will learn the ins and outs of playing bluegrass music in a group, with sessions covering their individual instruments, lead and harmony vocal singing, arranging songs and even performing in a group around a microphone.

The weekend culminates with a main-stage performance by all of the student bands and we guarantee you will be blown away with how far these kids come in just a few short days!

No bluegrass experience is required to join Grass Seeds, just an instrument and a willingness to learn!

This year The High 48s will be joined by multi-instrumentalist Chris Silver, who will be leading Grass Seeds 2 (GS2), a contemporary bluegrass group for advanced students.

To register or find out more about Grass Seeds:

It’s that time of year again, when we get to mentor the talented kids at MBOTMA’s Grass Seeds Academy!

Grass Seeds is a weekend-long bluegrass jam camp that takes place during the annual MBOTMA Winter Bluegrass Weekend, March 1-3 at the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West in Plymouth, MN.

This is a workshop for young musicians ages 8-18 who play Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Bass, Dobro, Fiddle/Violin/Viola or Mandolin and are interested in learning to play bluegrass with others in a fun and relaxed setting!

The High 48s Teaching Bluegrass at Grass Seeds Music Academy

The kids will learn the ins and outs of playing bluegrass music in a group, with sessions covering their individual instruments, lead and harmony vocal singing, arranging songs and even performing in a group around a microphone.

The weekend culminates with a main-stage performance by all of the student bands and we guarantee you will be blown away with how far these kids come in just a few short days!

No bluegrass experience is required to join Grass Seeds, just an instrument and a willingness to learn!

This year The High 48s will be joined by and mandolinist/multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire Chris Silver, who will be leading Grass Seeds 2 (GS2), a contemporary bluegrass group for advanced students.

For more information go to:
https://www.minnesotabluegrass.org/Grass-Seeds

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