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Music Lessons > Music Workshops updated August 26, 2015

Recreational Taiko Workshop with Mark H Rooney -- Sundays, July 26 - Sept. 30

Zimfaro Zimbabwean Music Workshops -- Saturday Aug. 29 & Sunday Aug. 30

Ukulele Group Classes with Marcy Marxer -- Thursdays, Sept. 17 - Nov. 19

Introductory Taiko Workshop with Mark H Rooney -- Sunday October 4

Looping Workshop with Jeff Miller -- Saturday October 10

Ukulele Group Classes with Maureen Andary -- Saturdays, October 10 - November 7

FULL "Playing [Well] With Others" with Mark Sylvester

Lap Dulcimer Workshops with Karen Buglass -- Saturday November 14

Introduction to Percussive Fingerstyle Guitar with Henry Nam -- Saturday December 5

Ongoing Group Classes



Recreational Taiko Workshop with Mark H Rooney
WHEN: Sundays, July 26, August 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30, September 13 & 20 -- 5:00-7:00 pm
WHERE: Dance Exchange, 7117 Maple Ave, Takoma Park, MD
FEE: $220 for full 8-week series, or $35 drop-in rate per session
Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

Prerequisite: one of Mark's Introductory Taiko workshops or previous Taiko experience. If you do not have previous experience, please contact Mark at markh@markhrooney.com to possibly arrange a private lesson for orientation. If you wish to register for the whole 8-week session at the $220 rate, please do so through us. If you would like to attend on a drop-in basis, you may pay Mark directly at each session (check made out to HMT or exact cash).

Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

MARK H ROONEY has been studying, performing & teaching Taiko in the Eastern US, Japan and Europe for the last 15 years. Questions? Contact Mark at markh@markhrooney.com or visit markhrooney.com.

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Zimfaro Zimbabwean Music Workshops
WHEN: Saturday August 29 and Sunday August 30 -- times listed below
WHERE: Carroll Ave Gazebo * (across from Roscoe's Pizza at 7040 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park MD) and HMT's lessons studio
FEE: $30 for one workshop
$55 for two
$80 for three
$100 for four

Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

* The Gazebo is a covered space and we expect that workshops will proceed if it's raining, except in very extreme weather. Please pre-register so we can keep you informed about any changes!

Come join us at the Zimfaro Celebration of Zimbabwean Music in Takoma Park, MD! This is an opportunity for Zimbabweans and friends in the DC/MD/VA area to meet, greet, play music and celebrate together. Instruments will be provided for all workshops.

Workshop Details

Marimba: Saturday August 29, 12:00-2:00 pm at the Gazebo
Led by Jona Masiya
This workshop will introduce students to playing Zimbabwean Marimba. Students will learn the song "Rachera." We will learn all the interlocking parts in a fun and relaxed way. We will also do a bonus session on Hosho, the gourd shakers that accompany Zimbabwean music, if there is time.

Mbira Huru (big Mbira): Saturday August 29, 12:00-2:00 pm at HMT's lessons studio
Led by Kirsten Stade and Joy Shulman
This class will introduce students to the mbira Dzavadzimu of the Shona people of Zimbabwe. We will learn the kushaura (leading part) to a song chosen based on student interest and ability, and time permitting, will learn the kutsinhira (following part) and practice playing the two parts together. Instruments will be provided, or bring an instrument if you have one.

Zimbabwean Music Workshop: Saturday August 29, 2:15-4:15 pm at the Gazebo
Led by Jona Masiya, Kirsten Stade, Joy Shulman, Stuart Garduner, and Sheree Seretse
In this participatory, fun workshop, students will have a chance to learn marimba, drumming, hosho, mbira, singing, and dance parts to a Shona song according to their interest and ability.

Shona Language: Sunday August 30, 12:00-1:30 pm at HMT's lessons studio
Led by Jona Masiya
In this introductory workshop, students will have a chance to learn the basics of Shona language from a native speaker.

Playing Nyunga Nyunga Mbira: Sunday August 30, 2:00-3:30pm at HMT's lessons studio
Led by Jona Masiya
This workshop will introduce students to playing Nyunga Nyunga Mbira. Students will learn a Shona song. Learning will be structured to meet individual skill levels.

Other Zimfaro events:

  • Friday August 28, 7:00 pm -- Gathering/meet & greet for mbira and marimba, at the Gazebo
  • Saturday August 29, 6:00 pm -- Concert at the Gazebo featuring marimba players from the area as well as MotoMoto Marimba from Winchester, VA, Marenje Marimba from Fredericksburg, VA and Sticks + Bars from DC.

    Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

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    Ukulele Group Classes with Marcy Marxer
    WHEN: Thursdays, September 17 & 24, October 8 & 22, November 5 & 19 -- times listed below
    WHERE: HMT's lessons studio
    FEE: $210 per class, $400 for both
    Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    Ukulele Jazz Chord Workout -- 7:30 - 8:20 pm
    Level: Stable Beginner through Advanced. This class will focus on Jazz chords for uke. We'll work methodically (but not without humor) on chords that travel up and down the fingerboard and can be used in many genres. We'll cover 3 hand positions for most chords and practice them by playing along with backup tracks that I've recorded on guitar and bass. By the end of this class you'll be able to sit in and follow along with most Jazz Jam Sessions and play along with ease. This class will run closely along with my new series for uke on Truefire.com called Swingin' Rhythm Uke that will be released soon. Bring a recording device and a pencil to this class.

    Cocktail Party Favorites for Ukulele -- 8:30 - 9:20 pm
    Level: Intermediate through Advanced. We'll draw from the classic recording CUGI'S COCKTAILS by Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra released in 1963. We'll play interesting chords and melody on songs like: Cocktails for Two, Rum and Coca-Cola, One Mint Julep, Zombie, Manhattan and many more. My goal in this class will be to email you the paperwork ahead of class and you can choose to print it out or bring a device to read along. Bring a recording device to class.

    Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    MARCY MARXER is a multi-instrumentalist, studio musician, performer, songwriter and producer with 30 years of experience and a shelf of impressive awards. She has played acoustic music on Emmy Award winning National Geographic specials, platinum shipping Eva Cassidy CD's and on over 50 recordings and instructional materials created with her partner, Cathy Fink.

    Marcy's guitar playing spans a variety of styles -- swing rhythm and lead, bluegrass, old time, celtic fingerpicking, folk fingerpicking and some of the most tasteful backup you can hear. The C.F. Martin Co. has honored Marcy with her very own signature model guitar, the MC3H which she helped design. Flatpick Guitar Magazine called Marcy "one of the country's top Western style guitar players." She also plays mandolin, bouzouki, hammered dulcimer, Latin percussion, banjos, pennywhistle and flutes and of course, the beloved ukulele.

    For more information about Marcy, see her web site

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    Introductory Taiko Workshop with Mark H Rooney
    WHEN: Sunday October 4 -- 5:00-8:00 pm
    WHERE: Dance Exchange, 7117 Maple Ave, Takoma Park, MD
    FEE: $50
    Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    Ever wonder what it's like to play a drum with your whole body? Learn the powerful and dynamic art of Japanese drumming with Mark H Rooney. Taiko is a dynamic art form based on traditional Japanese drumming practiced all over the world. This workshop is designed to introduce the basics of taiko technique, practice of kumidaiko (ensemble drumming), awareness of ki (energy), use of koe (voice), history and philosophy -- all while having a good time! No experience necessary, but come ready for a workout!

    Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    MARK H ROONEY has been studying, performing & teaching Taiko in the Eastern US, Japan and Europe for the last 15 years. Questions? Contact Mark at markh@markhrooney.com or visit markhrooney.com.

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    Looping Workshop with Jeff Miller
    WHEN: Saturday October 10 -- 1:30-3:30 pm
    WHERE: HMT's lessons studio
    FEE: $30
    Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    Are you "looper curious?" Have you owned a looping pedal for years, but aren't as comfortable with it as you'd like to be? Want to become a one-wo/man-band? This workshop will cover everything from the basics -- such as what types of loopers are available and what they can do -- to more in-depth topics. Techniques such as undo/redo, fading, "stutter" recording, and parallel, serial and backwards looping will be covered. Practical applications of how to use a looping pedal tastefully and artistically will be discussed, as well as ways to practice, and even how to use a looper itself as a practice & songwriting tool. This workshop is appropriate for all levels, even those who don't own a looping pedal. If time permits, we may work in a one-to-one setting, so feel free to bring your pedal if you have one, as well as an instrument or microphone of your choice.

    Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    JEFF MILLER is a Nashville-based songwriter & looping guitarist. He is currently working on his 5th studio album, an instrumental loop-based project. JeffMillerOnline.com
    "A total master of the loop/sampling pedal." -- Adrian Bischoff, KZSU

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    Ukulele Group Classes with Maureen Andary
    WHEN: Saturdays, October 10, 17, 24 & 31, and November 7 -- times listed below
    WHERE: HMT's lessons studio
    FEE: $135 for 5 sessions
    Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    Beginner 1: 10:00-11:00 am
    For beginning ukulele students - learn how to play this sweet instrument using sweet songs! Past songs have included: Singing In the Rain, Beat It, Psycho Killer, The Way You Make Me Feel, Stand By Me, Bad Moon Rising, and Here Comes the Sun. We'll learn basic strum patterns, basic chords and how to read chord charts and lead sheets. We always laugh a LOT in this class - the lighthearted spirit of the uke rules! This class is geared for adults, but children ages 12 and up are welcome.

    Right Hand Techniques for Blossoming Strummers: 11:00 am-12:00 pm
    For ukulele players who know some chords and strums but want to take it to the next level! In this class we will focus on right hand technique: strums, picking patterns, and general musicality. We'll discuss how to choose strums on your own and will be working with a variety of genres including classic jazz, 60s pop, 80s hits, and current pop. The class will be invited to suggest repertoire for the four weeks following the first session. Past songs have included: Norwegian Wood, Blister in the Sun, Exactly Like You, Firework, & Bad Romance. This class is most rewarding as we grow by leaps and bounds in our ukulele playing - learning to read tablature, practicing the musicality of strumming, and learning how to arrange ourselves!

    Jamming Basics - Leading Tunes, Singing, Soloing: 12:30-1:30 pm (NOTE: 12:00-1:00 pm on October 10
    Maureen teaches the basics of Jamming including: what makes a good jam song, how to lead a song, how to direct soloists, jamming etiquette, and basic ukulele soloing skills by learning basic scales and phrasing techniques. Every class we will have a jam, and students are welcome to bring other instruments and to introduce songs to the class. This class will get you confident to start having your own jamming parties - or to show up and someone else's jamming party and actually take the lead on a solo or lead a song or two. Singing optional but highly encouraged!

    Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    MAUREEN ANDARY is a full-time guitar and ukulele teacher in Washington, DC. She teaches beginners how to be an active part of musical community, focusing on basic jamming skills, musical vocabulary, arrangement, musicality, and notation Maureen is also an accomplished performer and songwriter. She performs regularly in the DC area, touring regionally and internationally as one half of duo The Sweater Set. The Sweater Set was awarded the 2011 Washington Area Music Award for Best Contemporary Folk Duo and served as 2011 Artists in Residence at the Strathmore Center for the Performing Arts.

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    "Playing [Well] With Others" with Mark Sylvester
    WHEN: Thursdays, October 15, 29, and November 12 -- 7:30-8:45 pm
    WHERE: HMT's lessons studio
    FEE: $90 for all three sessions
    Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL

    This three-week class is intended for beginning and intermediate guitarists, banjo-pickers, mandolin-ers, uke-sters, bassists, and players of just about any other instrument who want to get their feet wet playing with other people. We will start with a few folk songs in the keys of C and G, and then we will branch out to other music based on the interests of those enrolled in the class. A low-pressure way to get comfortable playing with others! Limited to 8 participants.

    Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    MARK SYLVESTER -- Drawing on his broad performance and compositional background in folk, jazz, classical, rock, soul, blues and musical theater, Mark offers his students a wide musical perspective while tailoring lessons to match student interests. He works with students on music of their choosing to improve technique, develop an understanding of music theory, and express their own musical ideas through improvisation and composition. For more information visit marksylvester.net.

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    Lap Dulcimer Workshops with Karen Buglass
    WHEN: Saturday November 14 -- times listed below
    WHERE: HMT's lessons studio
    FEE: $30 each, or $55 for both
    Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    Loaner dulcimers will be available to those who pre-register. (Please let us know if you need one when registering.)

    "String Side Up" for Beginners -- 12:00-1:30 pm
    An introduction to the dulcimer for new players. Learn to hold and tune the dulcimer. With right- and left-hand basics, enjoy playing simple tunes with others.

    Growing Left Hand Technique -- 2:00-3:30 pm
    It's time to get all your fingers into the act! Learn to finger efficiently. Explore basic chords and discover how to find them on the fret board. This workshop is for players with a little more experience, and for new players who have taken the String Side Up class.

    Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    KAREN BUGLASS is a life-long music lover who began exploring traditional stringed instruments during the last decade. Her love of the mountain dulcimer, autoharp and bowed psaltery evolved after a visit to the Fort New Salem Dulcimer Festival in West Virginia. Since then, Karen has studied both dulcimer and autoharp with several national champions. From American folk songs to international music, and from classical to modern, Karen makes her instruments sing with beautiful melodies and harmonies. She has performed as a soloist during the Shenandoah University Mountain Dulcimer Festival and as part of a trio during Dulcimer Week at Western Carolina University. Closer to home, appreciative audiences range from kindergarten students to independent living residents. In addition to her musical talents, Karen holds a Masters of Education degree and was the recipient of the Shirley J. Lowrie "Thank You for Teaching" award in 2011. More info: sweetstrings.biz

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    Introduction to Percussive Fingerstyle Guitar with Henry Nam
    WHEN: Saturday December 5 -- 2:00-4:00 pm
    WHERE: HMT's lessons studio
    FEE: $50
    Sorry, no proration for missed classes.
    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    The acoustic guitar has an entire drum set hidden within and is capable of harp-like sounds that are underutilized by songwriters. Join us to begin learning the secrets to creating a more dynamic and diverse performance that will set you apart from strummers and fingerpickers. The workshop is interactive and available to players of all levels (complete beginners to the guitar are welcome, but it might be helpful to know a few basic chords and techniques), so bring your guitar and get ready to tap your toes!

    Basic Curriculum:
    1. Getting in rhythm
    2. The guitar as a drum set
    3. Basic percussion
    4. Drumming & strumming
    5. Harmonics
    6. Play guitar with 1 hand!
    7. Putting it all together

    Space is limited! Contact HMT to register at workshops@hmtrad.com or 301-270-9090. Or you can download our registration form and either email, fax or mail back to us (contact info is on the form). If it is less than 3 days before the workshop, we recommend you call us at 301-270-9090 to register. (Register early -- workshops can often fill up!) We ask for payment information with your registration -- either a credit card number or check -- which is processed shortly before the workshop. This holds your space and helps us guarantee attendance to the instructor.

    More info on our workshop registration and cancellation policies

    HENRY NAM (Sheltered Turtle) grew up hating music. As a child, he was a nightmare classical piano student who frustrated teacher after teacher who eventually gave up on him. Then as a teenager living in Germany, he found the mentorship of a Russian teacher who showed him the expressive power of music. Nam came to realize that music was powerful because its capacity as a universal language is able to bridge social gaps between people and communities. This epiphany lead him to learn a wide variety of conventional and ethnic instruments in the hopes of better understanding this language and sharing it with any and all who are interested. He has taught workshops across the United States for festivals, music conferences, trade shows, house concerts, and private events.
    shelteredturtle.com

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    Ongoing Group Classes

    HMT hosts multi-session group classes on a regular basis with several local instructors. The best way to stay informed on the schedule of these classes is to join our e-mail list -- we will send out an announcement as soon as we schedule something. If you "Like" us on Facebook (houseofmusicaltraditions) you'll also get first notice. Costs and days/times listed below are based on past classes; these details are subject to change.

    Mark H Rooney -- Taiko drumming classes (about Mark)
    Offered for beginning, intermediate and advanced students. Single day workshops as well as multi-week group classes are offered. Classes are held at the Dance Exchange, 7117 Maple Ave, Takoma Park MD.

    Marcy Marxer -- Ukulele & Guitar Classes (about Marcy)
    For intermediate & advanced players. Ukulele classes have focused on topics like Tin Pan Alley and Jazz tunes. Guitar classes have focused on Swing, Django-style, Bluegrass, Early Country and more. 6 weekly 1-hour sessions for $180.00; generally held on Thursday evenings.

    Maureen Andary -- Ukulele Classes
    Offered for complete beginners and advanced beginners. Maureen makes learning ukulele fun, using country classics, simple pop tunes and Beatles songs. You can even learn to improvise! Classes are usually offered as 4, 5, or 6-week sessions. Generally held on Saturday afternoons and/or Thursday evenings.

    Watch a video clip of one of Maureen's student recitals!

    Scott Morrison -- Bodhran, Tinwhistle, Bones & Spoons Classes (about Scott)
    Scott teaches several Celtic instruments, including bodhran (Irish drum), tinwhistle and bones/spoons (Irish percussion). Beginning and intermediate levels are offered depending on demand.

    Jaqui Macmillan -- Djembe Classes (about Jaqui)
    Jaqui offers regular group classes on djembe drumming, in addition to private lessons. 6 weekly 1-hour sessions are $120.00 and are currently held on Monday nights at the Electric Maid in Takoma DC. For the most current schedule and to register, contact Jaqui directly (jaqui@erols.com).

    Brian Weber -- Djembe Building Workshops (about Brian)
    The goal of this class is to broaden the student's knowledge and love of drumming by learning the history, technique and process of assembling a West African Djembe from the bare shell to a brand new, customized, hand-built drum. Each student will build, tighten, tune, play and learn to properly care for their own drum in a fun workshop setting. Price ranges according to materials provided; $75.00 for instruction only to $200.00 for instruction plus a complete set of supplies.

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    HMT Workshop Policies

    Registration

      We encourage advance signups for our workshops for a few reasons:
    • In many cases, space is limited (our studio accommodates about 10 people comfortably; workshops we hold at other venues may have a larger capacity).
    • We like to let the instructor know how many people they can expect.
    • We can keep advance registrants posted on any changes (especially due to inclement weather or other emergencies) and can make sure you have all the correct information about location and other logistics.
    • Especially when workshops are held off-site and/or after store hours, we want to have payment and signups squared away in advance.
    • Some instructors (especially those coming from afar) require a minimum number of attendees in order to offer the workshop.

    You may register in advance by calling us at 301-270-9090, or by downloading our workshop registration form. The completed form may be e-mailed, faxed or mailed back to HMT. We ask for a credit card number or a check as confirmation to hold your place. We do not process your payment until a few days before the workshop, and we destroy the credit card information after the workshop. Be assured that your card information is secure while at HMT.

    Cancellation and Refunds

    We understand that unforeseen circumstances pop up for everybody, and sometimes you may not be able to attend a workshop or one or more sessions of a group class you have registered for. However, we ask you to understand that our workshop instructors are professional musicians and teachers who rely on this income to make their living. And especially in the case of multi-session group classes, we cannot tailor payment and scheduling to each person's individual needs. Some multi-session classes also have a per-session or "drop-in" rate specified. If you are not sure whether you'll be able to attend all the sessions, we encourage you to register at the per-session rate if that is offered.

    If you cancel your registration 5 days or more before the workshop, you may do so without penalty. In most cases, we will not have processed your payment by then, but if we have, you will receive a full refund. Cancellations made 1-4 days in advance of the workshop will be refunded at a 50% rate. Day-of or later cancellations will not be refunded.

    For multi-session classes, we do not offer proration if you have to miss one or more sessions (unless there is an option to register at a per-session rate, in which case you can pay "at the door" for each session).

    If a workshop has to be canceled due to inclement weather, instructor emergency, insufficient registration or other situation that is out of our control, participants will get a full refund (or credit for a rescheduled workshop).

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