Three of a Perfect Pair Music Camp
At the Three Of A Perfect Pair Music Camp, Adrian, Tony and Pat will share musical insight, meals, tales from the road, and even the stage during after-hours jam sessions with campers. Whether campers play guitar, drums, bass – or no instrument at all – Three Of A Perfect Pair offers a rare opportunity to learn, to play, to make new friends, and to get up close and personal with this trio of renowned musicians.
When: Monday, August 20- Friday, August 24 2012
Where: Full Moon Resort, Big Indian, NY (in the Catskill Mtns.)
What: Three musicians. Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, and Pat Mastelotto. It’s fair to say that collectively among them they have helped create some of the history of modern rock music.
Imagine how many records they have collectively been a part of, the artists they have worked with, how much music they have created within King Crimson and apart from King Crimson.
Imagine how many places they have been, the concerts they have played, how many hours they’ve spent in studios around the world, the producers they have known, the bands they have been part of. imagine the depth and breadth of their knowledge and the amount of experiences these three have had.
Now imagine yourself interacting face to face, learning from the three of them personally, eating dinner and having drinks with them while hearing their amazing road tales, maybe even jamming with them after hours.
That is what this camp is all about.
Tony Levin elaborates: “At camp, Adrian, Pat and I will be giving classes. Also expected to be in attendance on certain days are Markus Reuter, Julie Slick and Tobias Ralph–the other members of Adrian Belew Power Trio and Stick Men–which all together add up to The Crimson ProjeKct, who will have just spent the summer touring with Dream Theater. Count on a lot of insight into Crimson music, both at open rehearsals and at the Bearsville Theater concert where all campers will be guests for the soundcheck and show.”
It’s a rare opportunity you should not miss. It doesn’t matter whether you play drums, guitar, or bass, in fact, you don’t have to play an instrument at all. Here’s your chance to get up close and personal with three musicians whose music has meant something to you.
When you register to join the camp you’ll be given a questionnaire. Your comments, thoughts, and hopes of what you will experience during the camp will help determine what happens. In other words, it’s an open curriculum designed to have something for everyone.
The fees are flexible as well. The camp provides several options depending primarily on the accommodations you choose. The food will be the same for everyone: excellent!
All of this in the gorgeous surroundings of Full Moon, a beautiful 70-acre resort tucked away in the Catskill mountains, in the summertime no less! What could be better?
Bring your axe, your sticks, or your spouse, but don’t miss out on this chance to hang out with Adrian, Tony and Pat. To learn from them, to play music, make new friends, and most of all to have fun doing it.
See the 2011 daily schedule to get a glimpse of what camp life is like.
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