But equally, Yomada wants you to make the music and dance.
As a part of the Old-Time Tidal Wave 2014, on Saturday March 29 head to the Fernwood Community Center (1240 Gladstone Avenue) from 1:00-3:00pm (please arrive a few minutes early). Sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We ask you bring cash and for only $20 per seminar, you can learn all you can sponge up from amongst the best music and dance minds of the Pacific Northwest. You may need a note pad, pen and recording device, if you're super keen.
2:00-3:00pmVocal Harmonies and Singing with Twin Bandit
1:00-2:30pm Old-Time Guitar with Katy Harris
Katy is somewhat obsessed with music and is constantly seeking out and listening to old recordings. She has a strong affection for dynamic players such as Riley Puckett, Roy Harvey and Jim Baxter, and this reflects in her playing. She plays guitar with The Hi-O Revelers, The Toad Lake Trio and Barb's Corn Dodgers.
1:00-2:30pm Old-Time Fiddle with Devin Champlin
beginners, but open to all levels.
Devin plays fiddle, mandolin, and guitar for square dances, honky tonks, and rent parties in a number of bands including The Hi-O Revelers, The Shadies, and The Crow Quill Night Owls. He has taught at various music festivals down the west coast.
1:00-2:30pm Old-Time Banjo with Charlie Beck
Charlie’s natural feel for song and his personal involvement with music are reminiscent of the artists of the 1920's and 30's. Musicians such as Jimmie Rodgers, Blind Willie McTell, and Uncle Dave Macon had only their voice and acoustic accompaniment to entrance their listeners. Charlie plays with a great sense of rhythm, and he elaborates on the melodies and themes in his songs in ways that are virtuosic yet respectful to the mood of the tune. - see more http://www.charliebeck.net