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  1. Teaching Anglo concertina lessons at home and on skype all over the globe has been a continuing pleasure. My students come to me for a variety of reasons and I try to figure out just what they need to get the most out of the customized lessons I offer. A recent example... Some friends of mine in the theater recommended me to Doug Shapiro. He asked me to teach him how to play a few concertina songs for a theater production, now in rehearsal. He described it as “an audience immersion Avant-Garde show” ... well alright! His theater company had bought him a pret
  2. Scandinavian Squeeze-In April 22-24, 2016 (last full weekend in April) This will be our 17th annual SSI. Once again in the main scout house at Gamlegård, in Torna Hällestad, Skåne (southern Sweden). All squeezers and would-be squeezers are invited. (In fact, non-squeezers and even non-musician accompanying persons are welcome if they don't mind our obsession.) Please see our web site -- http://www.nonce.dk/SSI/ -- for much more information. -------- In addition to here, I've posted the notice in the concertina.net Calendar (accessible through the menu at the top of this
  3. Scandinavian Squeeze-In April 22-24, 2016 (last full weekend in April) Like our inspiration, America's Northeast Squeeze-In (NESI), we have no pre-arranged instructors. Instead, we share our knowledge and experience, with participants among themselves matching up "I want to learn" with "I can teach", or even a "let's compare notes" (pun acknowledged) seminar format, to construct a workshop schedule. Something you've always wanted to learn but for which you haven't found a teacher or source, just ask. You could get lucky, as others have in the past. And now it's even possible to ask i
  4. Hi there, I've finally finished my youtube beginners concertina course. Hopefully it's of some use to someone :-) https://youtu.be/RD12aph3qh8?list=PLh4BjWEZtHM6xkYXvQ4mDpqbqOZPKTjsO
  5. Registration for the 2013 Northeast Concertina Workshop in Greenfield, MA, USA, is now open. You can check out the details, including this year's instructors and class topics, at http://www.buttonbox.com/NCW.html The date is Saturday, April 13, and we're once again at the Four Rivers Charter School for the workshop and All Souls Unitarian Church for the evening concert. Both venues have worked well, and we're very glad to be returning this year. Feel free to call or e-mail The Button Box if you have questions. We hope to see you in April!
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