Fiddler Magazine, Spring 2011

Music instructor, Bob Buckingham, recently wrote a very complimentary article about his favorite Folk School and submitted it to Fiddler Magazine. Bob is no stranger to the Folk School; he has taught Beginning Old Time Fiddle, Beginning Old Time Banjo, and Playing Music in a Group. Bob’s article, “North Carolina’s John C. Campbell Folk School: Passing on the Traditional Arts”, talks about the historical roots of the Folk School, the range of classes we offer, the tasty, garden-fresh fare you’ll encounter in the Dining Hall, and the unique atmosphere that’s conducive to personal growth. Bob identifies us as “one of those places where you can come to yourself amidst a group of like-minded people.”

Read the 2 page article in Fiddler Magazine.

Thank you, Bob, for spreading the word about the Folk School! (Bob is tentatively scheduled to teach Beginning Clawhammer Banjo in September 2012.) For a list of upcoming music classes open for registration, click here.



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