Taught by Jon Epstein using the Wernick Method*
This class has been cancelled
Saturdays, Apr 1-29 11AM-2:30PM
Class includes two short breaks,
and you're welcome to bring your own lunch
Jon's students say:
"He was very patient, amiable, and impressed me as one who loves what he does, whether teaching a beginner or an advanced student."
"Jon was a great teacher when I started mandolin as an adult with little musical experience. His structured, supportive approach was just what I needed to get over my limiting beliefs about what I could and couldn't do."
"Jon has a light-hearted approach which helped me work through some technical issues. He is very patient and provides consistent, helpful feedback."
"Jon has patiently guided me along the path. I am a late in life beginning musician. His methods are great and are keeping me excited about learning to play. Jon led jam sessions for a group of his students ... all at various levels of skill. We all played and learned together, and had fun doing it."
Sign up now and we'll send you full information preparing you for the class and the world of jamming!
$50 payment holds your spot! ($175 due at first class)
All registrants receive a coupon code for $10 off any Jam DVD!
Once we receive your payment, we'll contact you via email with class preparation info.
Prefer to pay with check or money order? Email [email protected] for details.
50% of payment refunded if you cancel more than one month in advance.
- All bluegrass instruments welcome
- No jamming experience necessary
- You will be jamming the first class!
- Friendly, encouraging, knowledgeable teaching.
- Mistakes allowed!
- Singing not required, but encouraged and taught.
- Easy 2- and 3-chord songs, slow speeds.
- Soloing not required! "Faking" solos taught.
Do you qualify? It's easier than you may think!
If you play guitar, mandolin, banjo, fiddle, bass, or dobro... you can be part of a bluegrass jam.
- You must be able to tune your instrument (electronic tuning devices welcome) and
- change smoothly between G, C, D, and A. (Fiddles and basses need to know which notes work with which chords)