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John C. Campbell Folk School - Junior Appalachian Music Program Student Concert - Free Concert

Folk School JAM at John C. Campbell Folk School

Junior Appalachian Music Program Student Concert

Join us for our annual Junior Appalachian Music Program student showcase.


Folk School JAM is an after-school program for high school age children that introduces music through small group instruction on instruments common to the Appalachian region, such as fiddle, banjo and guitar.

Folk School JAM is offered, free of charge, to students in both Cherokee & Clay Counties and it's current instructors are:


Annie Fain Liden, Banjo
Peggy Patrick, Fiddle
Zac Kilmer, Guitar
Geraud Barralon, Guitar, Fiddle, Upright Bass, String Band and is the program director

https://jamkids.org/folkschool

Free Admission: Donations Welcome!

April 17, 2020

Cost: Free Admission: Donations Welcome!


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Location:

John C. Campbell Folk School
1 Folk School Road
Brasstown , NC 28902
USA

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Phone:828.837.2775
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