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MUSIC WORKSHOPS!


The Canberra Country Blues & Roots Festival encourages onsite workshops the purposes of education and industry development. The activities are devised, structured and directed by the group seeking to hold the workshop with Festival organizers facilitating the activity by promoting the workshop in the overall Festival Program.

The Workshop Program is split between days, with the emphasis on Saturday being the music business and Sunday focused on performance and musical technique. Music industry workshops are undertaken at The Outpost Worshop marquee and also at The Circle.

For Music Industry Workshops Click Here

For Dance Workshops Click Here



SATURDAY 16 November 2013

Time Title Presenter Description
10:00-18:00 Music Industry Workshops Various Music Industry Workshops

SUNDAY 17 November 2013

Time Title Presenter Description
10:00 Harmony Vocals Justice Proud Male country gospel harmonies based on Workin' On A Buildin' - aiming for 4 part harmonies. Note: this workshop is located at The Circle
11:00 Singing Vocal Skills To Be Advised Natural key and vocal range. Note: this workshop is located at The Circle
12:00 Music Industry Workshops Various Music Industry Workshops
13:00 Harmonica For Country & Blues Snow van der Velden Have you always wanted to learn how to play the mouth organ/harmonica/blues harp? Here's your chance with clear and incisive guidance from one of the true musician gems of the festival
14:00 Pedal Steel Skills & Selection Tim Fry All the tips and details a player will need from the President of the Australian Steel Guitar Association
15:00 Ukeleles United To be confirmed A few tips to get you started plus a guide on what to look and hear for when buying these popular portable instruments
16:00 Slide Guitar 101 To be confirmed The ins and outs of getting that great sound from your guitar with slide guitar techniques.

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