Family members (Kompanions) may attend the Kamp for an additional fee. There is no fee for children under the age of two-years old if they do not need a bed. All other children must comply to the Kompanion fees. This fee covers the evening concerts, jam sessions, most afternoon sessions, Kompanion get-togethers, room and meals.
The Kompanions are not permitted in the main class rooms for any reason unless assisting a handicapped Kamper.
In addition to the two two-hour long daily classes, we offer slow and intermediate jam sessions, morning mountain dulcimer lessons, vocal classes, master classes (Students only), organized jamming classes and more. These sessions are available to Students as well as Kompanions. These sessions are not separated by level or instrument.
The evening Kamp concert series is open to all Kampers, Kompanions and the general public. The concert series is included in the registration fee and is designed to really show off our instructors. They are mostly known for their concert performance so you will really see these stars shine. This is their evening to stretch out so your guess is as good as ours what to expect!
Note that the concert series is now becoming the grandest of it’s kind in East Tennessee. Many Kampers tell us that the Concerts are worth the price of the Kamp alone. This year’s concert series will be in the new Clayton Center for the Arts on the Maryville College campus. You can order the 2 CD Sets of the concerts called “The Best Of The Kamp Concert Series” currently with 7 Volumes dating from 1998 to 2004. Order Yours Today!
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