Rich DelGrosso Blues Mandolin Camp - Bloomington, Indiana
By Mandolin Cafe
July 26, 2009 - 5:00 pm
Bloomington, In. — Jim Richter and the Grant Street Inn are proud to host a Rich DelGrosso Blues Mandolin Camp on December 4-5, 2009. A meet and greet with Rich will be Friday evening, the mandolin workshop Saturday afternoon, and a concert Saturday evening.
Rich DelGrosso is widely regarded as the leading exponent of mandolin blues. According to author/historian Mark Hoffman, DelGrosso is "the greatest living blues mandoman, the best since Yank (Rachell)."
For over twenty years DelGrosso has written articles for Blues Revue, Living Blues, Mandolin Magazine, Frets, and Sing Out! and he has published instruction books on mandolin for Hal Leonard. He has presented workshops on mandolin across the country, earning him a Keeping the Blues Alive Award from the Blues Foundation in Memphis. He has also garnered 5 Blues Music Award Nominations for both Instrumentalist and Best Album of the Year.
Camp tuition is $100 and is to be paid to Jim Richter. Housing is $89 per night and is to be handled through the Grant Street Inn.
To contact Jim Richter for camp reservation:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (317) 319-9299.
To arrange housing through the Grant Street Inn visit their web site or telephone (812) 334-2353, toll free (800) 328-4350.
Click red map pin for driving directions to the Rich DelGrosso Mandolin Camp at the Grant Street Inn, 310 North Grant Street Bloomington, Indiana.