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Weekly Bluegrass Jam Class

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Taught by Kevin Slick using the Wernick Method*

Louisville, CO at a private residence

Saturdays, April 23-May 21, 2022

1:00-4:00pm each Saturday

Tuition: $150 for 5 sessions

$10 discount through March 24. $10 discount for Kevin’s returning students; discounts can be combined! $50 deposit reserves your spot. 50% refundable for cancellations more than one month in advance.

You will be sent the full set of of student materials as soon as you register.

Each student must submit proof of COVID vaccination prior to start of class. Instructions are provided upon registration.

Until further notice, all Wernick Method classes will be conducted either outdoors or in very well-ventilated indoor spaces.

See also the Sunday class running in parallel during the same time period.

Kevin Slick has been performing, writing, and recording music for over 35 years. A talented multi-instrumentalist (guitar, mandolin, banjo), he has recorded over 30 albums as a solo artist or as part of a group, and teaches music as well. He currently plays with Orchard Creek Band as well as releasing solo works. Kevin is a photographer, visual artist, school teacher and long-term resident of Louisville, CO.

Kevin’s students say:

“Kevin has boundless energy and a vast knowledge of music and music history which he shares with students.”
“Kevin weaves the magic and mystery of learning into an exciting learning experience.”
“A consistently caring, warm and engaging atmosphere.”
“Kevin’s personal warmth and experienced musicianship, as well as his “teacher’s heart” makes him a valued part of the Wernick Method system. (Pete Wernick)”
“I’m impressed by his perceptiveness, intelligence and ability to tailor how he teaches to whoever he is teaching.”
“Kevin is a very encouraging teacher. He provides an environment in which students of all levels feel comfortable exploring jamming.”
“What a magical and memorable experience!”
“Kevin and Terry’s patience, humor and skills were hugely appreciated.”

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