that children who are actively engaged in traditional mountain music are more connected and better prepared to strengthen their communities for future generations.
a world in which all children have the opportunity to experience community through the joy of participating in traditional mountain music together.
is to provide communities with the support and tools they need to teach children to play and dance to traditional old time and bluegrass music.
What’s Happening in the JAM World
Don't forget to RSVP (although not required) for our virtual JAM/traditional music education gathering coming up Saturday morning at 10 am (EST). Participation stipend available. Many thanks to South Arts for this opportunity. See RSVP link for more information. RSVP: https://forms.gle/5kaPpq2qAKFUJeCL7 Saturday's Zoom link: https://southarts-org.zoom.us/j/84025219371?pwd=ZFhmVUVBa3M1TTB0MXhZdldWc29zQT09
Registration is now open for the spring semester with Boone Junior Appalachian Musicians! Lessons begin the week of February 15th and 17th. Classes are made up of 3 to 5 students and held weekly on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at the Jones House in Boone, NC. Instruction is available for banjo, guitar, fiddle, mandolin and ukulele ranging from beginner to beginner-plus. For more information about the Boone JAM program, please contact: Mark Freed, Cultural...
Junior Appalachian Musicians would like to introduce our Bridging the Gap Video Series A video series surrounding the traditions of Appalachian music and culture. Showcasing local musicians and personalities. We will be sharing each video here on our Facebook page according to the below lineup: Evolution of Musical Instruments - Friday, December 3rd A Visit with Otto Wood the Bandit - Monday, December 6th...