No banjo camp in 2014.
Banjo Camp dates for 2015 will be announced.
A personal note from Bill Evans…
Hello Banjo Camp fans,
The original vision for our camp was to create an event where the absolute best players and teachers are able to interact closely with banjo students in smaller classes and in a more intimate context than is possible at other gatherings. We also guarantee that you’ll have an incredible amount of fun sharing your love of the banjo with others from all around the country who are exactly like you. With more teachers on staff than ever before, we’ll have more classes (with a greater variety of topics), more jamming options, and more chances to interact one-on-one with our incredible staff than ever before. We limit attendance to around 60 students, who are of all ages and travel from all around the United States to come together in the Nashville area at the height of the fall foliage season.
Don’t talk yourself out of a life changing banjo experience because you feel that “you’re not good enough.” You’ll find that our students are just like you – crazy about the banjo and anxious to learn and play with others.
Have you heard that the Mad Platter, a well-known Nashville restaurant, is back at NashCamp? They provide the best food found at any banjo camp in the world. Forget your diet this weekend and enjoy incredible salads, main entrees and desserts that’ll provide enough energy to pick all night in our jams!
I’ve saved the best for last. As I look back over the last twelve years of banjo camps, I think the key to our success (besides Sonny and Cindy, of course!) has been our fantastic students. Simply stated, we have the friendliest, most welcoming (and, in some cases, most outrageous) group of students of any camp that I’ve ever been a part of. You’ll leave the NashCamp Banjo Camp with new friends, along with enough new ideas to keep practicing all the way through the winter into the spring.
All the best,