1st Annual Mountain Acoustics Luthier Invitational

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1st Annual Mountain Acoustics Luthier Invitational

Postby Charlie Schultz » Sat Jan 26, 2019 8:38 pm

In Burnsville, North Carolina, on May 24-26 is the 1st Annual Mountain Acoustics Luthier Invitational. The inaugural Invitational showcases the art of hand building fine, stringed instruments and celebrates the skill and art of lutherie. This event gathers some of the most talented luthiers in the southeast. Come enjoy this unique three-day event which includes a concert, exhibits, workshops and more. Jay Lichty of Tryon, NC, is the Host Luthier..

Festivities kick off Friday evening with a free luthier jam at Homeplace Beer Co. The public is invited to explore exhibits and workshops throughout the day Saturday and Sunday. Saturday night, guitar virtuoso Kaki King performs a concert at Parkway Playhouse. INFO on times and ticket prices: http://www.mountainacoustics.com, 706-424-2700.
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Re: 1st Annual Mountain Acoustics Luthier Invitational

Postby Gordon Bellerose » Sun Jan 27, 2019 1:17 am

Sounds like fun!
A VERY long way from home for me.
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Re: 1st Annual Mountain Acoustics Luthier Invitational

Postby Bob Francis » Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:49 am

Thanks for this early "head's up" Charlie. it sounds like a great time.
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Re: 1st Annual Mountain Acoustics Luthier Invitational

Postby Mark Langner » Fri Mar 15, 2019 10:28 pm

Burnsville has been my home for more than 12 years. I will be teaching a workshop at the festival ("Making Your Guitar Swing"), and a few of my archtops will be on display. I will also be a volunteer for the event. Homeplace has good brews, and the show is in the upstairs of the same building. Hope to see you there!
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