The Kilve Annual Concertina Weekend is hosted by the West Country Concertina Players (www.wccp.co.uk) at Kilve Court, a former large country house now used by the Local Authority for residential courses.
The weekend normally comprises an exciting combination of workshops, sessions, a concert, a ceildh and lots more (details on the web site).
This weekend is primarily intended for post beginners, intermediate and advanced players. A weekend specifically for beginners is normally held in October (2007: 19-21 October).
Contact: Mal Derricott, 49 Medbourne Close, Blandford Forum, Dorset DT11 7JA, UK firstname.lastname@example.org (01 258 450927)
See Kilve 2005 pictures on David Nind’s web site (www.lomil.co.uk/)
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Northeast Concertina Workshop Saturday April 19th 2008 in Sunderland, Massachusetts USA
Please send in your event information for 2008 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Concertina Learning Opportunities in North America
Ken Coles of www.concertina.net maintains a list of schools, workshops, camps etc. in North America(updates usually once a year, last update 26 March 2005)
For full information on any aspect of the concertina, the following web sites should be your first stops:
||The Concertina Library: Digital Reference Collection for Concertinas: Documents for the study of English, Anglo, and Duet concertinas, including history, instruction books, sheet music, patents, technical papers, rare periodicals, and new research articles. A comprehensive free guide by fourteen leading concertina scholars, mostly ICA members. Developed by Robert Gaskins from his Maccann Duet web site.
||This is probably the most popular and comprehensive concertina site on the Net, including an online Discussion Forum. Built and maintained by Paul Schwartz.
||The home of the Concertina FAQ, maintained by ICA committee member Chris Timson – the second most popular concertina site on the Net! See below for direct links to the FAQ sections.
See the Links page for more web sites.