Blue Stone Folk Series Presents
Clarke Buehling – Workshops and Concert
Blue Stone Folk School is hosting a great old-time banjo workshop and concert this Saturday, April 3, featuring the seasoned stylings of world-renowned old-time banjo artist Clarke Buehling, of Fayetteville, Ark.
The workshop will be from 12 to 4 p.m at Bethel Lutheran Church, 20650 Cumberland Road in Noblesville. Mr. Buehling will teach two classes on the banjo styles of yesteryear:
Early Clawhammer Banjo (12:30-2 p.m.)
Classic Fingerstyle Banjo (2:30-4 p.m.)
Classes are $35 individually or $60 for the pair. Registration begins at Noon on Saturday. Please pay in cash.
If you happen to be more of an old-time banjo ‘preciator than a picker, please join us from 7 to 9 p.m. at Noble Coffee & Tea Company, 933 Logan St., for an entertaining old-time banjo concert in charming downtown Noblesville. The show will open with a brief opening set from Blue Stone-affiliated banjo frailer Howard Clark, of Brookston. Mr. Buehling will be up next with some fine old-time banjo tunes and songs about possums and raccoons. All this and the company of some fine folks over coffee, tea, wine or beer for the paltry sum of $10 — a heck of a deal, my friends.
We at Blue Stone Folk School would be significantly grateful if you, dear reader, would be kind enough to forward this email on to any of your banjo-loving friends who may find this event most interesting.
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Posted in Blue Stone Folk Series, Classes, Folk School Happenings, Music, tagged arkansas, banjo, black banjo, clark buehling, classical banjo, clawhammer, howard clark, Jason Hathaway, Noblesville, old time on March 31, 2010 | Leave a Comment »