Dates Announced for 2017 Kruger Brothers Music Academy

Registration is Open for 6th Annual Kruger Brothers Music Academy

Acoustic Players Learn from the Masters

Nashville, TENN —  Dates have been announced and registration is now open for the 2017 Kruger Brothers Music Academy, an intensive and inspiring e

Registration is Open for 6th Annual Kruger Brothers Music Academy

Acoustic Players Learn from the Masters

Nashville, TENN — Dates have been announced and registration is now open for the 2017 Kruger Brothers Music Academy, an intensive and inspiring educational weekend for acoustic music players of all levels, beginner to advanced.

Now in its 6th year, this very exclusive event offers masterclass instruction in banjo, guitar and bass by the internationally renowned Kruger Brothers. This year, the trio will be joined by The Kontras Quartet, bringing excellence in violin/fiddle, viola and cello to the academy offerings.

The Kruger Brothers Music Academy will be held from the evening of Thursday, May 4 and continuing through midday Sunday, May 7, 2017. The annual event is a truly unique opportunity for attendees to immerse themselves in musical discussion, instruction, and collaboration in a fun workshop environment. The program is conveniently held at the Wilkesboro Holiday Inn Express in North Carolina, allowing participants to enjoy meals, lodging, instructional and jam sessions plus interaction among participants and artist presenters, all under one roof.

The Kruger Brothers entertain and uplift audiences throughout the world, but agree that sharing the academy experience with acoustic musicians is a highlight of their musical year.

“We love to welcome friends old and new to our hoetown for this annual event,” says Jens Kruger. “It is a very special experience.”

The Kruger Brothers Music Academy highlights the music of the Kruger Brothers and their extraordinary abilities as caring teachers and mentors. The camp offers classes focused on technique and theory, plus a variety of fun activities, including late-night jam sessions. The program is designed primarily for adult participants. Attendance is limited.

ATTENDING THE 2017 MUSIC ACADEMY OFFERS:

An opportunity for classical and folk musicians to meet in Wilkesboro, the heart of American Folk Music, and to participate in the merging of the musical world of both genres. A unique, one-of-a-kind musical workshop: three full days and four nights of classes, jamming and sharing with like-minded music lovers. Individual instrument classes in guitar, banjo, bass (upright and bass guitar), viola, celllo and violin. A discovery of the unity of the musical world through illuminating workshops, group discussions, jam sessions, targeted lectures and concerts. An understanding of, and appreciation for, music on a deeper level. A shared insight into the inner workings of the “emotional language” of music. An opportunity for participants to perform at the Academy “Night of Stars” on Saturday evening. The opportunity to meet old friends and make new ones.

THE KRUGER BROTHERS ACADEMY
Thursday, May 4 through Sunday, May 7, 2017
Holiday Inn Express Wilkesboro
1700 Winkler Street, Wilkesboro, NC 28697

RATES & REGISTRATION:
Full Academy attendance including meals and three nights at the Holiday Inn Express – $985
Full Academy attendance (without hotel) – $785
Spouse and Observers – access to jam sessions, concerts, and meals but no classes – $485
Space is limited. Please register online. A deposit is required at the time of registration.
Remember, the academy is for players at all skill levels.
REGISTRATION & INFORMATION
www.krugerbrothers.com

Comments about The Kruger Brothers…

“[they are one of the] most creative, spiritually minded, musically gifted, soul enriching and life affirming bands to ever come down the pike. [They] give new meaning to the phrase ‘the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.’”
— Dave Higgs, “Bluegrass Breakdown,” Nashville Public Radio

“I’ve never been so moved as I was with Appalachian Concerto … The concerto invoked every joyous, breathless emotion one can have.”
— Larry Clark, Hickory Daily Record

The Kruger Brothers are as likely be at a concert hall as they are local venues, but throughout they work to celebrate some of the things that make Carolina and its musical heritage so special. They give it a twist perhaps, but nevertheless remain true to a tradition that grows directly out of the music of this region, its history, and its people.”
— Our State Magazine, in the article “The Kruger Brothers: Coming Home”

“The Kruger Brothers are just about as fine a band as I’ve ever played with. … I love to play music with them.”
— Doc Watson

“The Krugers are nothing short of magnificent.”
— Bluegrass Journal

ducational weekend for acoustic music players of all levels, beginner to advanced.

Now in its 6th year, this very exclusive event offers masterclass instruction in banjo, guitar and bass by the internationally renowned Kruger Brothers. This year, the trio will be joined by The Kontras Quartet, bringing excellence in violin/fiddle, viola and cello to the academy offerings.

The Kruger Brothers Music Academy will be held from the evening of Thursday, May 4 and continuing through midday Sunday, May 7, 2017. The annual event is a truly unique opportunity for attendees to immerse themselves in musical discussion, instruction, and collaboration in a fun workshop environment. The program is conveniently held at the Wilkesboro Holiday Inn Express in North Carolina, allowing participants to enjoy meals, lodging, instructional and jam sessions plus interaction among participants and artist presenters, all under one roof.

The Kruger Brothers entertain and uplift audiences throughout the world, but agree that sharing the academy experience with acoustic musicians is a highlight of their musical year.

“We love to welcome friends old and new to our hoetown for this annual event,” says Jens Kruger. “It is a very special experience.”

The Kruger Brothers Music Academy highlights the music of the Kruger Brothers and their extraordinary abilities as caring teachers and mentors. The camp offers classes focused on technique and theory, plus a variety of fun activities, including late-night jam sessions. The program is designed primarily for adult participants. Attendance is limited.

ATTENDING THE 2017 MUSIC ACADEMY OFFERS:

An opportunity for classical and folk musicians to meet in Wilkesboro, the heart of American Folk Music, and to participate in the merging of the musical world of both genres. A unique, one-of-a-kind musical workshop: three full days and four nights of classes, jamming and sharing with like-minded music lovers. Individual instrument classes in guitar, banjo, bass (upright and bass guitar), viola, celllo and violin. A discovery of the unity of the musical world through illuminating workshops, group discussions, jam sessions, targeted lectures and concerts. An understanding of, and appreciation for, music on a deeper level. A shared insight into the inner workings of the “emotional language” of music. An opportunity for participants to perform at the Academy “Night of Stars” on Saturday evening. The opportunity to meet old friends and make new ones.

THE KRUGER BROTHERS ACADEMY
Thursday, May 4 through Sunday, May 7, 2017
Holiday Inn Express Wilkesboro
1700 Winkler Street, Wilkesboro, NC 28697

RATES & REGISTRATION:
Full Academy attendance including meals and three nights at the Holiday Inn Express – $985
Full Academy attendance (without hotel) – $785
Spouse and Observers – access to jam sessions, concerts, and meals but no classes – $485
Space is limited. Please register online. A deposit is required at the time of registration.
Remember, the academy is for players at all skill levels.
REGISTRATION & INFORMATION
www.krugerbrothers.com

Comments about The Kruger Brothers…

“[they are one of the] most creative, spiritually minded, musically gifted, soul enriching and life affirming bands to ever come down the pike. [They] give new meaning to the phrase ‘the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.’”
— Dave Higgs, “Bluegrass Breakdown,” Nashville Public Radio

“I’ve never been so moved as I was with Appalachian Concerto … The concerto invoked every joyous, breathless emotion one can have.”
— Larry Clark, Hickory Daily Record

The Kruger Brothers are as likely be at a concert hall as they are local venues, but throughout they work to celebrate some of the things that make Carolina and its musical heritage so special. They give it a twist perhaps, but nevertheless remain true to a tradition that grows directly out of the music of this region, its history, and its people.”
— Our State Magazine, in the article “The Kruger Brothers: Coming Home”

“The Kruger Brothers are just about as fine a band as I’ve ever played with. … I love to play music with them.”
— Doc Watson

“The Krugers are nothing short of magnificent.”
— Bluegrass Journal

 

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