The production crew at the Monroe Mandolin Camp is pleased to share with you our brand new promotional video by camp Director Mike Compton. Turn up the volume and click the wide screen button, you definitely want to watch this! The one minute video features Mike performing Monroe's Classic tune "Big Sandy River" and talking about the benefits of attending this pre-eminent camp. In the words of Mike, "the program will be all Bill Monroe, all the time."
"Come Hither To Go Yonder"
Mentoring the next generation of bluegrass musicians is an integral part of our mission for camp. Through generous donations, Monroe Mandolin Camp is proud to offer four youth scholarships this year:
"Late in the evening, about sundown, high on the hill, an' above the town." ('Uncle Pen')
On Saturday, September 6th, the faculty (and special 'back-up-band') of the Monroe Mandolin Camp will perform a public show at Nashville's Carter Vintage Guitars as a fundraiser for the camp's Youth Scholarship Fund. All proceeds from this show will go directly towards the 2015 camp Youth Scholarship fund. The concert starts at 7:30pm and tickets are $20.00 per person. More information to follow on advance purchase and support of this fundraising event.
If you are unable to attend but would still like to support this worthy scholarship, you can make a donation directly by clicking here (PayPal). For more information about the music of Bill Monroe, instructors of camp, curriculum offered, lodging and meals, registration, slow-jam tunes and more, click here. Big Sandy River