|Calling all Larkies! Registration is open for Lark Camp Online!|
Yes! Join us August 4 – 8 (Wednesday through Sunday) for workshops, Breema, happy hours, a virtual swap meet, and two evening sessions every night. You can view the tentative schedule on our website.
Irish• Fiddle with Darcy Noonan• Mandolin with Marla Fibish
Percussion• Latin percussion with Emilio Davalos• Bodhran with Christa Burch• Middle Eastern percussion with Mark Bell
Dance• Middle Eastern dance with Natalie Nayun• Irish sean nos dance with Maldon Meehan
Songwriting• Songwriting with Danny Carnahan
Tunes • Swedish tunes from previous camps with Aryeh Frankfurter (you’ll find the tunes in our Lark Camp Music Library)• Quebecois tunes with Kevin Carr• North Indian music with Wade Evans• Celtic tunes for cello and strings with Summer McCall
Shorter Workshops (more to come!)• Medieval and Renaissance songs with Shira Kammen• Greek Rebetiko with Greg Jenkins• Gaita ornamentation with Suso Vaamonde and Tesser Call• Mariachi and Traditional Sones with Nydia Gonzalez and Martha Montoya
• Susan Spurlock is teaching a drama workshop for kids that culminates in a performance during the final evening session on Sunday.
• Yael Schy is bringing us improv for any age. Participants will show you what they’ve been up to right after the kid’s performance.
• Wayne Hill is offering a build your own tubulum workshop. “What’s a tubulum,” you ask? Check out this video. Wayne will provide an advance parts list, and over the course of the week, you’ll build your own tonal percussion instrument with supplies from the hardware store. Adult supervision suggested for younger kids, but this workshop is for children of all ages!
What else is happening? Lark Camp Online will not have concerts. Instead, we’ve added a second after-dinner session. And what would Lark Camp be without Breema (12:30 every day) and a virtual Swap Meet. You can apply to participate in the Swap Meet by asking to join the Lark Camp Swap Meet group on Facebook.