Nova Scotia Banjo Camp Workshop

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The Nova Scotia banjo camp is a Bluegrass banjo camp located in Canada The classes include lessons for beginners to more advanced along with banjo jams and a banjo concert. Students can learn rhythm, timing, how to play by ear and many other important aspects of bluegrass banjo playing. More information below!

Nova Scotia Banjo Lesson
BanjoTeacher.com
Nova Scotia
Banjo Camp

Questions?
Call 1-866-322-6567

There will be no camp scheduled for this 2016
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Nova Scotia Banjo Camp
General Information

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The Nova Scotia Banjo Camp presented by BanjoTeacher.com is a three-day teaching and jamming event. The event will begin Friday later afternoon and conclude on Sunday afternoon with banjo workshop classes, jams, concerts and other activities.

Where:
For the first 6 years the Nova Scotia Banjo Camp had been held in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia and the camp in 2015 was held in Halifax at Dalhousie University. The Next Camp Location is to be announced.

We do not have a Camp Scheduled for 2016

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This years curriculum will include Banjo Workshops for Beginner,
Intermediate and Advanced Banjo Students

The workshop with covers these topics and more:
Right and Left Hand Techniques, Backup Playing, Practice Habits and Priorities, Mixing Styles, Up the Neck Work, Jamming with Others, Rhythm and Timing, Playing in Different Keys and Tunings, Playing by Ear and Learning to Play Without Tablature and much more.

See Video from Canada's National CBC Television
on the Nova Scotia Banjo Camp



Read a story in Banjo Newsletter about The Nova Scotia Banjo Camp


Read an article in the Halifax Herald about The Nova Scotia Banjo Camp


Download a free flyer for The Nova Scotia Banjo Camp


Message from the Director, Ross Nickerson

I want to stress that the workshops will be for all skill levels, this Banjo Camp will not be for just advanced students! In fact many students will be in the beginning and intermediate skill level categories. Any advanced students that attend will also be given special attention with their own class taught to them with their present skill level in mind. The classes will be split into groups where students are close to the same level of proficiency with the instructors rotating to the different groups. This approach will ensure that each student will have an opportunity to work with each instructor with their present skill level in mind. It's important to note that the students themselves will choose the skill level group they want to be in. No students will be forced to audition or be judged by the faculty to belong in a certain skill level group. Students have a good idea where they will be most comfortable and you will not be asked to be in a group you are not happy with. The workshops are about you, the student. It is very important to me as the director that you find great benefit in the instruction and leadership of the faculty as well as the class curriculum. It is also important to me that you feel comfortable to learn, as well as not feeling judged or have any of that type of additional pressure put on you.
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Location

Dalhousie University is located in the south end of Halifax, about a half hour drive from the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, and a 15-minute walk to downtown.
Historic, ivy-covered buildings and well-kept grounds provide a beautiful and inspiring learning environment

Airport shuttle
- If you are arriving by air, uou can take the shuttle to downtown Halifax and from there take a taxi to Dalhousie University,

Airport Taxi
- Most taxi companies servicing the airport charge a flat rate of $60 to travel to the city.

Things to do in Halifax

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Nova Scotia Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival
Fisherman’s Cove
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Blue Diamond Tours
Halifax Public Gardens
Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk

Seeing the sights
Metro Transit - If you plan on travelling around Halifax, check out bus schedules and route maps
FRED - During the summer, Metro Transit offers free service in the downtown area


Ross Nickerson new recording/Click to listen
Under the Double Eagle

Reveiws on Ross Nickerson workshops

Contact us at info@banjoteacher.com
or call 1-866-322-6567 or 941-441-5249
if more information or help is needed about the workshops curriculum.

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Nova Scotia Banjo Camp Workshop
The Nova Scotia banjo camp is a Bluegrass banjo camp located in Canada The classes include lessons for beginners to more advanced along with banjo jams and a banjo concert. Students can learn rhythm, timing, how to play by ear and many other important aspects of bluegrass banjo playing. More information below!

Nova Scotia Banjo Lesson
BanjoTeacher.com
Nova Scotia
Banjo Camp

Questions?
Call 1-866-322-6567

There will be no camp scheduled for this 2016
lessons banjo canadabanjo lessons canada

Nova Scotia Banjo Camp
General Information

2012-GroupPhotoLg.jpg

The Nova Scotia Banjo Camp presented by BanjoTeacher.com is a three-day teaching and jamming event. The event will begin Friday later afternoon and conclude on Sunday afternoon with banjo workshop classes, jams, concerts and other activities.

Where:
For the first 6 years the Nova Scotia Banjo Camp had been held in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia and the camp in 2015 was held in Halifax at Dalhousie University. The Next Camp Location is to be announced.

We do not have a Camp Scheduled for 2016

MarionMcCainSmall.jpg halifaxlogoSmall.jpg halifaxMapSmall.jpg
This years curriculum will include Banjo Workshops for Beginner,
Intermediate and Advanced Banjo Students

The workshop with covers these topics and more:
Right and Left Hand Techniques, Backup Playing, Practice Habits and Priorities, Mixing Styles, Up the Neck Work, Jamming with Others, Rhythm and Timing, Playing in Different Keys and Tunings, Playing by Ear and Learning to Play Without Tablature and much more.

See Video from Canada's National CBC Television
on the Nova Scotia Banjo Camp



Read a story in Banjo Newsletter about The Nova Scotia Banjo Camp


Read an article in the Halifax Herald about The Nova Scotia Banjo Camp


Download a free flyer for The Nova Scotia Banjo Camp


Message from the Director, Ross Nickerson

I want to stress that the workshops will be for all skill levels, this Banjo Camp will not be for just advanced students! In fact many students will be in the beginning and intermediate skill level categories. Any advanced students that attend will also be given special attention with their own class taught to them with their present skill level in mind. The classes will be split into groups where students are close to the same level of proficiency with the instructors rotating to the different groups. This approach will ensure that each student will have an opportunity to work with each instructor with their present skill level in mind. It's important to note that the students themselves will choose the skill level group they want to be in. No students will be forced to audition or be judged by the faculty to belong in a certain skill level group. Students have a good idea where they will be most comfortable and you will not be asked to be in a group you are not happy with. The workshops are about you, the student. It is very important to me as the director that you find great benefit in the instruction and leadership of the faculty as well as the class curriculum. It is also important to me that you feel comfortable to learn, as well as not feeling judged or have any of that type of additional pressure put on you.
halifaxmapschoolMd.jpg

Location

Dalhousie University is located in the south end of Halifax, about a half hour drive from the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, and a 15-minute walk to downtown.
Historic, ivy-covered buildings and well-kept grounds provide a beautiful and inspiring learning environment

Airport shuttle
- If you are arriving by air, uou can take the shuttle to downtown Halifax and from there take a taxi to Dalhousie University,

Airport Taxi
- Most taxi companies servicing the airport charge a flat rate of $60 to travel to the city.

Things to do in Halifax

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Nova Scotia Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival
Fisherman’s Cove
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Blue Diamond Tours
Halifax Public Gardens
Halifax Waterfront Boardwalk

Seeing the sights
Metro Transit - If you plan on travelling around Halifax, check out bus schedules and route maps
FRED - During the summer, Metro Transit offers free service in the downtown area


Ross Nickerson new recording/Click to listen
Under the Double Eagle

Reveiws on Ross Nickerson workshops

Contact us at info@banjoteacher.com
or call 1-866-322-6567 or 941-441-5249
if more information or help is needed about the workshops curriculum.

Write a review

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