» Banjo Cafe: a companion site for banjo

Mandolin Cafe News

New Music
Builder News
Special Events
Bill Graham

News Search

NOTE: you are viewing old, archived Mandolin Cafe News articles. Our news has relocated here.

Inaugural Monroe Mandolin Camp Annual Video Scholarship Competition

By Mandolin Cafe
June 19, 2015 - 8:45 am

Email article Email article  Printer friendly Printer friendly

2nd Annual Bill Monroe Camp - September 9-13, 2015, near Nashville, Tenn.

2nd Annual Bill Monroe Camp - September 9-13, 2015, near Nashville, Tenn.

Nashville, Tenn. — The Monroe Mandolin Camp has announced their Inaugural Video Scholarship Competition with the winning candidate awarded full scholarship, including tuition, lodging, meals, and t-shirt to this year's camp held September 9-13.

Competition is open to all ages and playing levels. Entries will be accepted beginning June 21 and ending July 1, 11:59 pm.

For a complete list of requirements and how to submit your video entry, visit the Camp's formal announcement which lists all requirements.

The camp takes place on a private retreat just West of Nashville on 300 serene acres; an idyllic location for attendees to concentrate on being completely immersed in the magic of Monroe music.

The all-star, internationally known staff includes Mike Compton as Director, David Davis, Skip Gorman, David Long, Casey Campbell, and Mark Royal; luthiers Paul Duff and Will Kimble; special presenters Tony Williamson; and Original Blue Grass Boys Tom Ewing, Mark Hembree, Blake Williams, and Glen Duncan.

About Monroe Mandolin Camp

Using Bill Monroe's mandolin style as guide and the belief like-minded souls desire the sound of hard-edged, emotionally-charged traditional bluegrass, the Monroe Mandolin Camp was created.

Goals for camp are to:

Additional information


Post a Comment

You may leave a comment if you have a Mandolin Cafe Forum account. Clicking "Post a Comment" below will take you to the forum where you can complete this action. Please note that once you have, your comment will appear both on this page and on our forum. YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN to your Mandolin Cafe forum account to comment.

» View Full Version of These Comments

Reader Comments

Weber MandolinsFolkMusician.com - Acoustic Instrument OutfittersEllis MandolinsJustStrings.comElderly InstrumentsMandolin World HeadquatersThe Music EmporiumMorgan MusicThe Mandolin StoreEastman MandolinsD'Addario StringsKentucky MandolinsAcoustic Music Company