Kids Mountain Music Camp is a sponsored by The McCall Folklore Society & The Annual Summer Music Festival at Roseberry, along with many other amazing sponsors and grants. The goal of the camp is to expose budding musicians to traditional and non-traditional bluegrass or mountain music.
KMMC is a three day workshop in beautiful McCall Idaho. The classrooms are in Ponderosa State Park on the McCall Outdoor Science School campus overlooking beautiful Payette lake.
During the 3 days (10am-3:00pm) children ages 8-17 will learn basic music skills and history of American folk music with emphasis on Folk, Bluegrass, and Old Time music. Classes cover many instruments including mandolin, guitar, fiddle, banjo, bass, drums (new this year), and vocals.
At the end of classes, students are encouraged to participate in the camp concert at the Summer Music Festival at Roseberry on the MainStage. This performance will be the opening act for the entire festival and gives the students real life experience of performing for a live audience.
To register, please fill out the Online Registration Form (Click Here). Class sizes are limited and preferences are honored by registration arrival. Camp schedule, songbook, and other information will be given to the camper when they arrive at camp. Forms and payment are due by Friday June 29th 2018. Payment details will be sent by email once registration form is completed.
Campers will be taking a different instrument class during each Block for a total of three instrument classes, plus a band class. Although the student will only be taking three classes, please indicate your top choice of insturment on the Registration Form. We will make every effort to give each student his or her top choice for the camp.
Please spend a few moments on the Registration Form to tell us about musical ability: How many years the camper has played, favorite songs, what songs currently working on, other capabilities, and goals for camp. Fill this out in the “Additional Comments” section.
This year the camp has reduced its price of tuition, and McCall Folklore Society will no longer provide scholarships. Students needing tuition help are encouraged to find their own scholarship sources. Here are some possible options to consider:
– The McCall Music Society
– The GIG Foundation
– Other Local Music Programs & Non-Profits in your area.
Students are encouraged to bring their instruments from home if they have them, or if possible rent them. The camp might be able to assist with possible loaner instruments if available. Classes offered this year are: Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo, Bass, Drums, & Vocals.
The “MOSS” Campus
(McCall Outdoor Science School)
at Ponderosa State Park
1800 University Ln.
McCall, ID 83638
Healthy snacks & lunches will be provided each day!
Daily Schedule (10am – 3pm)
Family members are welcome and encouraged to attend Morning Activities! Morning and Afternoon Activities are all-campus activities, in which students get to meet and interact with their fellow campers, doing activities such as jamming, sing-a-longs, and band performance workshops lead by the teachers.
*9:30am- 10:30am – Registration-First Morning Only!
10:00am – Morning Activity
10:30am – Block 1
11:15am – Snack Time
11:30am – Block 2
12:30pm – Lunch
1:00pm – Band
2:00pm – Block 3
3:00pm – Done for the Day!
*3:00 – 4:00pm – Private Lessons Available (for an extra charge)
Our staff consists of national touring musicians who are all great teachers and have experience with youngsters. This year’s stellar instructors are:
The Lineage Bluegrass Band
– KC Groves: Bass & Mandolin
– Lydia Demi-Smith: Fiddle & Vocals
– Doug Crowl: Guitar & Vocals
– Jens Davis: Bass & Vocals
– Chad Fisher: Mandolin
– Mike Fritz: Banjo
– Richard Boot: Drums
Phone – 208-315-5528
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org