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 and historic Roseberry Idaho. The classrooms are scattered around the historic townsite to insure proper social distancing.

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 fiddle, banjo, mandolin, guitar, hand drums, singing, and songwriting. 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 gives the students real life experience of performing for a live audience as well as giving them an attainable goal throughout camp.

Registration Details

To register, please fill out the Online Registration Form . A Parent or guardian must also fill out and return a printed Release Form, (Click Here to Download). 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 Saturday June 12th 2021.

Campers will have the opportunity to select a primary instrument track plus each Camper will be part of a band or group to practice and perform together. The registration form will allow you to select your Camper’s primary preference for an instrument to study during group sessions. We will make every effort to give each Camper his or her top choice, but some instrument tracks will have capacity limits.

Please spend a few moments on the Registration Form to tell us about your child’s musical ability and experience: How many years the camper has played the primary instrument, favorite songs, what songs currently working on, other capabilities, and goals for camp. Fill out the Registration Form in the “Additional Comments” section.

Tuition Cost: $195.00


Primary instrument track class offerings this year are: Strings (Fiddle/Mandolin/Banjo), Guitar, and Hand Drums/Rhythm. In addition to the primary track, there will be breakout sessions for vocals, songwriting and rhythm games. 

Students are required to bring their own instrument to camp, except for the Hand Drumming / Rhythm track. Please bring your own instrument or rent / borrow one. If you need some help on finding an instrument contact our camp coordinator, Jodane Christoffersen at jodane@kidsmountainmusiccamp.com or 208-631-6989.

Historic Roseberry Townsite
1 mile East of Donnelly
13131 Farm To Market Rd.
Donnelly, ID 83615

Students need to bring their own sack lunch and water bottle and any snacks they may want.  Coolers will be available. Water refills will be available.

Daily Schedule (10am – 3pm)
Family members are welcome and encouraged to attend Morning Activities! Morning and Afternoon Activities are all-camper 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.

Typical Daily Schedule

  • *9:30am- 10:30am – Registration-First Morning Only!
  • 10:00am – Morning Group Activity
  • 10:30am – Primary Instrument – Block 1
  • 11:15am – Snack Time
  • 11:30am – Primary Instrument – Block 2
  • 12:30pm – Lunch
  • 1:00pm – Elective Choice (Vocal, Songwriting, Rhythm Games) – Block 3
  • 2:00pm – Band/Group Rehearsal
  • 3:00pm – Done for the Day!

Our Instructors:

Our staff consists of nationally touring musicians and award winning music instructors who are all great teachers and have experience with youngsters. This year’s stellar instructors are associated with:


Lineage Music Studio is a non-profit music studio focusing on professional development for the evolving artist. This studio provides private instruction, performance opportunities, and more from the Lineage Music Method.  This instructor group includes musicians passionate about supporting upcoming musicians. Lineage Music Studio as a whole is enthusiastic about providing a great performance experience, as well as nurturing budding musicians who may be new to performing in public. The goal is to allow all students to achieve a sense of success and fulfillment playing music in a group with others.

Additional Questions
Jodane Christoffersen
Email: jodane@kidsmountainmusiccamp.com
Phone: 208-631-6989