Minstrel Banjo

For enthusiasts of early banjo

Ken Perlman
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  • West Roxbury, MA
  • United States
  • 40+ years
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New MInstrel Banjo Program at Midwest Banjo Camp

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jon Mar 27. 1 Reply

Experienced banjoists of any skill level are invited to take part in our new full-time “Minstrel Banjo” track, taught by Greg C Adams, and ably assisted by Seth Swingle. The purpose of this track is…Continue

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Jon replied to Ken Perlman's discussion New MInstrel Banjo Program at Midwest Banjo Camp
"Is there a place/thread to find sheet music of tunes on the Forum? JonS"
Mar 27
Ken Perlman posted a discussion

New MInstrel Banjo Program at Midwest Banjo Camp

Experienced banjoists of any skill level are invited to take part in our new full-time “Minstrel Banjo” track, taught by Greg C Adams, and ably assisted by Seth Swingle. The purpose of this track is to provide both newcomers and experienced hands with opportunities to learn more about banjo tunes and techniques from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Greg and Seth will be using a variety of teaching methods -  learning by ear, reading tab and using sheet music – while working together in…See More
Mar 6
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Midwest Banjo Camp MInstrel Program at Olivet College

June 1, 2017 at 3pm to June 4, 2017 at 2pm
We have created a full program in minstrel banjo at Midwest Banjo Camp, taught by Greg C Adams, assisted by Seth Swingle. This includes 9 classes representing roughly 11 hours of instruction. MBC also features four levels of instruction in both bluegrass and old-time banjo, plus full-time programs in bass, guitar, fiddle and mandolin. Also featured are faculty concerts, staff-led jams at several levels etc.See More
Mar 6
Ken Perlman left a comment for Ken Perlman
"Thanks. I'll do that!! Best to you. Ken"
Mar 6
Strumelia left a comment for Ken Perlman
"Ken, for starters, you can click on "Events" link at top and put in the event yourself.  Include a website link and maybe some basic facts.  Then you can also start a discussion thread in the site Forum (with descriptive title…"
Mar 6
Al Smitley left a comment for Ken Perlman
"Ken, I'm confused.  I'm merely an occasional participant on this website and not one who has any 'pull' or authority.  Have you contacted John Masciale?  I think he is the one who maintains the Minstrel Banjo…"
Mar 6
Ken Perlman left a comment for Ken Perlman
"Yes, hi Al. I'm a director of Midwest BAnjo Camp and we've put in a full-time Minstrel banjo program this year for the first time, with instructor Greg Adams assisted by Seth Swingle. We'd like to get word on this to your membership…"
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Al Smitley left a comment for Ken Perlman
"Ken:  Still trying to get in touch with me?  If so,....    alsmitley@gmail.com"
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Ken Perlman left a comment for Ken Perlman
"How do I get in touch with Al Smitley?"
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Anthony J Adamski left a comment for Ken Perlman
"Not sure. Ask Al Smitley.  I plan on attending some of Greg's workshops. I just ordered a Bell Boucher model. Tony"
Feb 22
Ken Perlman left a comment for Ken Perlman
"Thanks Tony. Do you know about our new minstrel program, with instructors Greg C Adams and Seth Swingle? What's the best way for us to get word about that to the folks who frequent this site? Ken "
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"Welcome Ken! See you at Midwest Banjo Camp.  Tony"
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How did you find out about Ning Minstrel Banjo?
Greg C Adams
How long have you played banjo?
40+ years
What kind of banjo(s) do you own?
Ome openbacks, tubaphone conversions

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At 2:33pm on February 17, 2017, Anthony J Adamski said…

Welcome Ken! See you at Midwest Banjo Camp. 

Tony

At 3:32pm on February 17, 2017, Ken Perlman said…

Thanks Tony. Do you know about our new minstrel program, with instructors Greg C Adams and Seth Swingle? What's the best way for us to get word about that to the folks who frequent this site? Ken 

At 6:36pm on February 22, 2017, Anthony J Adamski said…

Not sure. Ask Al Smitley.  I plan on attending some of Greg's workshops. I just ordered a Bell Boucher model.

Tony

At 7:03am on February 23, 2017, Ken Perlman said…

How do I get in touch with Al Smitley?

At 11:41am on February 27, 2017, Al Smitley said…

Ken:  Still trying to get in touch with me?  If so,....    alsmitley@gmail.com

At 12:56pm on March 6, 2017, Ken Perlman said…

Yes, hi Al. I'm a director of Midwest BAnjo Camp and we've put in a full-time Minstrel banjo program this year for the first time, with instructor Greg Adams assisted by Seth Swingle. We'd like to get word on this to your membership and wonder if there is an appropriate way. We would like to continue with the program from year to year but of course can only do so if we get enough takers . . .

Best,

Ken

At 5:08pm on March 6, 2017, Al Smitley said…

Ken, I'm confused.  I'm merely an occasional participant on this website and not one who has any 'pull' or authority.  Have you contacted John Masciale?  I think he is the one who maintains the Minstrel Banjo site.  If he's not the one to contact, I'm sure Greg Adams would know who is best to consult. Good luck.

At 5:17pm on March 6, 2017, Strumelia said…

Ken, for starters, you can click on "Events" link at top and put in the event yourself.  Include a website link and maybe some basic facts.  Then you can also start a discussion thread in the site Forum (with descriptive title like "Midwest Banjo Camp 2017") for folks to post back and forth here about it with more info, pix, etc.

At 5:18pm on March 6, 2017, Ken Perlman said…

Thanks. I'll do that!! Best to you. Ken

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