Mount Airy Old-Time
May 27-June 2, 2018

Make time for old-time as we explore our rich music heritage the week before the 47th Annual Mount Airy Bluegrass and Old-Time Fiddlers Convention.

REGISTRATION

Register online or contact Marsha Todd at 336-786.7998 or via email or for any questions.

CLASSES

The classes will be held in venues at Veterans Park, weather permitting. The Historic Earle Theatre and the Andy Griffith Playhouse will be back up venues. Sign up for classes at the time of registration. Registrants are free to change classes until class size limits are met. Classes include fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass, mandolin, flat foot dance/square dance calling, and harmony singing. There will be clinics for old-time band, presentations by old-time music masters, jams, dances, and other sessions. Registrants are free to change classes until class size limit is met.

TUITION

Tuition is $550. Payment in full is confirmation of your place. $100 is nonrefundable. The balance of the tuition is refundable if requested by April 30, 2018. The tuition includes classes, meals (lunch and dinner), event tickets, and a t-shirt.

INSTRUCTORS & COORDINATORS

Marsha Todd, Coordinator

Marsha grew up on old-time music and plays in the Slate Mountain Ramblers. She is currently the Assistant Executive Director of the Surry Arts Council.

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Laura Turner, Coordinator

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Richard Bowman, Fiddle

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Paul Brown & Terri McMurray, Instrument

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Wes Clifton, Instrument

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Andy Edmonds, Instrument

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John Hermann, Instrument

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Carl Jones & Erynn Marshall, Instrument

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Meredith McIntosh, Instrument

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Chester McMillan, Instrument

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Joe Newberry, Guitar & Songwriting

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Nancy & Bill Sluys, Instrument

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This project is supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.