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  [All day event] 18th Annual Bluegrass on the Beach
18th Annual Bluegrass on the Beach Early Camping Opens Monday March 2nd * Bring Your Own Chairs For Outdoor Grass Seating * Food, Beverage, Craft Vendors * Workshops * Thurs Afternoon Karaoke * Beach Tent Camping * Jamming * Walking Trails * Music Daily 10am

8:00am [8:00am] Dobro Class Artichoke Music
This intermediate level class includes more complex approaches to the Dobro. Harmonized playing (double stops) will be explored. Every week we will take an insightful look into the teachings of Stacy Phillips via his book. The student will study more scale concepts and apply the scales to improvisation in every class. Get your Dobro out and make the musical progress you have always wanted. This class will help you succeed. Prerequisites This is an intermediate level class. Students should be familiar with the Dobro fretboard, and Dobro rolls. The Student should have command of the G major scale. The class will be taught in the GBDGBD tuning. Thumb and two finger picks are required. A solid slide bar is required. This is a lap style Dobro class. Required Book Beginning Dobro Solos By Stacy Phillips ISBN 978-078-669-192-0 Students may use the physical book (available at Artichoke Music). The electronic version of the book on your device is also acceptable. 503.232.8845

12:00pm [12:00pm] Misty Mamas with Vancouver Master Chorale
Vancouver Master Chorale, directed by Jana Hart and accompanied by Laurie Chinn, is thrilled to partner once more with Misty Mamas, southwest Washington’s premiere bluegrass band, for two performances of gospel, bluegrass, and American folk songs. They will offer stellar arrangements of popular hand-clapping, foot-stomping favorites — Misty Mamas will raise the roof with their spirited performance. Darcy Schmitt, popular local blues and jazz vocalist and music teacher at Battle Ground High School, will be our guest vocalist. In addition, we are pleased to welcome Tamding Tsetan to this concert. This multi-instrumentalist and vocalist was born and raised in Tibet. He escaped in his early twenties by making a 43-day trek across the Himalayas on foot to reach India, wanting only freedom and an education. His music is as fascinating as his life story. This will be a concert you won’t want to miss!