I just got word that I'll be teaching my Get Your Voice Out of the Closet workshop in 2016 at Lark Camp. I'm really pleased to be able to offer that class; I really enjoy empowering folks to find their singing voices.
Anyway, if you have been on the fence about whether to come to Lark Camp or not, I'm on my side reaching out my hand to pull you down to join me. It is a magical place, and really unlike any other music camp experience. This link will take you to the staff list (still more staff to come!) It's a great place to scan the teachers, hear samples of their work and read their class descriptions. Here you can find instrumental music from all over the world, singing and dance for folks who want to learn some new things. Always amazing teachers, and all of it the brain-child of Mickie Zekley and his band of merry volunteers.
IT'S NOT TOO SOON -
I met Alan Reid in July during Celtic Week at Swannanoa Gathering, where he was teaching two separate classes about Lowland Scots culture and the modern Scottish folk movement. I really enjoyed his classes and his singing . . . so much so, that I invited him to perform at my house in North Berkeley. It's not too soon for you to save Saturday, February 6 on your calendar to hear Alan and his buddy Rob Van Sante do their thing! Email me if you'd like me to save you a seat!
Alan wrote songs for and performed with the Battlefield Band, and Rob was BB's sound engineer and "fifth". They both left the band in 2010 and have been doing solo work, but they also perform together and have a very sweet sound, Rob on guitar and vocals and Alan on keyboard and vocals.