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Banjo Camp en Europe – Mai 2011

Du 13 au 15 mai 2011, se tiendra à Hagen (Allemagne), le BANJOREE, un week-end de musique où se rencontrent des amateurs de banjo. Cet événement propose des workshops et des jam sessions. Les workshops sont animés par des professeurs venus de sept pays différents et couvrent tous les styles de banjo. Il y a également des sessions sur le réglage des instruments, sur les techniques d’enregistrement et de sonorisation du banjo.

Renseignements, inscriptions, photos, programme, tout ce que vous voulez savoir sur : BANJOREE.

Si cela vous tente, on peut encore s’inscrire cette année, mais attention, le BANJOREE n’a lieu que tous les deux ans.


Source: ActionBanjo.fr

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