August 30, 2013
Appalachian music lessons offered for youth and adults enrollment is now underway for Appalachian music lessons.
The next session of the Evening Music Program will begin the week of Sept. 9. This program is open to all ages (third grade through adults) and is designed to teach students to play Appalachian music with acoustic instruments.
Instruments include guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and banjo. The six-week sessions will be held at the following locations: 1. Easley First Baptist Church in Easley (Tuesday nights) 2. Pickens Senior Center (Monday and Thursday nights) 3. Saint Paul United Methodist Church, downtown Greenville (Thursday nights) 4. Clemson (new location and day to be determined) The cost is $60 per six-week session and instrument rental is available for $25 per six-week session.
The enrollment period is from Aug. 26 through Sept. 12. Anyone interested in signing up for these sessions should contact one of the following program directors:
Easley & Greenville: Susan Ware-Snow (864 979-9188 or email@example.com), * Pickens: Steve McGaha (864 283-4871 or firstname.lastname@example.org), or * Clemson: Ryan Wilson (864 360-4763 or email@example.com). The Evening Music Program is sponsored by Preserving Our Southern Appalachian Music Inc. (POSAM), a charitable non-profit organization. For more information on the Young Appalachian Musicians (YAM) program, visit www.YAMupstate.com, Facebook: “YAM (Young Appalachian Musicians”, call (864) 878-4257 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.