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Thread: March Mandolin Festival, Concord, NH

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    Default March Mandolin Festival, Concord, NH

    I know it's not even February, but anyone sign up yet?
    There's nothing better than first-hand experience.

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    Registered User Betsy Biemann's Avatar
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    Default Re: March Mandolin Festival, Concord, NH

    I am going, along with my 10 year old son, who also plays. Can't wait!

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    I'll be there, for sure. We have a killer lineup, and we're celebrating our 10th year. Let the good times roll! Hope to see some old and new friends there.

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    Anymore cafe- ers out there planning the trek to Concord? I spoke with Mr. Surette yesterday and he says there are a few spots left. Great line up this year, again. Come on out and help the festival celebrate it's 10th year. Seems like only yesterday I saw a blurb on the cafe announcing the first one. And for those who do not know about the music school, they have a great mandolin program, and the area's only mandolin ensemble.
    There's nothing better than first-hand experience.

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    Default Re: March Mandolin Festival, Concord, NH

    I would love to but I have a work conflict that prevents it. If it gets cleared up, I will go if there's still space.

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    Default Re: March Mandolin Festival, Concord, NH

    I wish I could make it this year, but I too have plans that interfere. Next year for sure!

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    I think there may be a few spots left. Should be a great year, one of our bluegrass-iest lineups ever, with Jesse Brock and Skip Gorman, plus Irish specialist Claudine Langille. Yeah, buddy.

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    I am set to go. Very excited, this will be my first workshop/fest of any kind. I just hope to learn a lot.
    trying to decide if I bring the octave mando as well or just the one.

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    Bring the octave, too, bring 'em all (no banjos, though). Just kidding... Glad to have you for your first workshop!

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    Default Re: March Mandolin Festival, Concord, NH

    I went to just the concert on Saturday night. Thank you to all the performers for such an awesome show! Extremely memorable.

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    Default Re: March Mandolin Festival, Concord, NH

    Thanks for the positive review, and thanks to all who came to the festival. The highlight of my mando weekend was getting to play Nuages twice, once as a mando duet with Baron Collin-Hill, and then again Sunday night with the String Jazz Ramblers (Steve Roy, Jon Ross, Matt Langley, and moi). Magnifique!

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