Jim Hurst - "Theory of Musical Relativity" Guitar Workshops & Concert
Presented by Notlob Music at Loring-Greenough House
May 12 - May 15, 2010
Jim Hurst Two-time IBMA guitarist of the year, multi-award winning guitarist in Bluegrass, as well as country, and other acoustic music genres, Jim is known throughout the Nashville TN area as one of the best in the business. His talents of singing, multi-instrumentalist abilities and well-rounded stylings have garnered him support positions and recording sessions with some of the best artists in Country and Bluegrass music. Trisha Yearwood, Sara Evans, Holly Dunn, Claire Lynch, Travis Tritt, John Cowan, Mark Schatz, Tim O'Brien and more. “Jim is what I consider genius level as a player and a thinker.” ~ Claire Lynch Jim's website ~ http://www.jimhurst.com/ Jim's Facebook fan page ~ http://www.facebook.com/pages/Jim-Hurst-Fan-Page/118927888131479 ============ "Theory of Musical Relativity" guitar workshops in Lexington, Worcester and Jamaica Plain. "If you play guitar around the house, in weekend bands, or for a living, my guess is you have questions about something to do with being a better guitar player than you are currently. My workshop title should give you an indication of my thoughts about it, how we relate our musical likes and desires to the instrument(s) we play. How to become aware of the fretboard and our accomplishments to this point and make the best use of it all. I cover many facets of musical abilities, understandings, fundamentals, practice and performance tips, the importance of melody, right hand exercises and techniques for single and multi-string improvement, Left hand challenges and exercises, chord positions, and scale importance. I adapt the workshop to many accomplishment levels, and while it is a guitar workshop, it is not restricted to guitar. I also welcome and invite flatpicking and fingerstyle players. While some of the workshops I do tend to have a bluegrass music flavor, I welcome any acoustic players. "You are encouraged to bring audio recording devices (sorry, video not allowed) to record the workshop, but I must state that no sharing of the recordings are allowed. Note taking is always allowed and encouraged. I suggest attendees bring any questions to the workshop. *No tablature or notation is provided or used, but discussion of this is likely. "Come on out and let's learn something together." ========= "Theory of Musical Relativity" - Guitar Workshop, Lexington Wednesday, May 12, 7:00pm, in association with the Boston Bluegrass Union and the Music Emporium Location: Music Emporium Street: 165 Massachusetts Avenue City/Town: Lexington, MA View Map $45 BBU members / $50 non-members. More information / register at http://www.bbu.org, or send email to cameron.pforr (at) gmail (dot) com Facebook event - http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=117646604921813 ================= "Theory of Musical Relativity" - Guitar Workshop, Worcester Thursday, May 13, 8:00pm Location: Printers' Building Street: 50 Portland Street City/Town: Worcester, MA View Map $50 regular, $45 members of WCUW or WICN, $40 students/seniors, $30 college students enrolled in music programs. More information / register by email to notlobreservations @gmail.com PARKING: Do NOT park in the Portland Street lot, it belongs to the Bancroft Apartments, and they tow. Park in the Printer's Building own lot on the Myrtle Street side of the building. If full, park at a meter on Portland Street or or in the public lot next to the library off Salem Street. The entrance is accessible from the building's lot, to the left of the dock. There will be a a sign on the door. Facebook event - http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=117433784955135 ====================== "Theory of Musical Relativity" - Guitar Workshop, Jamaica Plain Saturday, May 15, 1:00pm Location: Temple Sound & Stage Street: 670 Centre St., Suite 9 City/Town: Jamaica Plain, MA View Map Workshop only: $50 regular, $45 people who reserve through email@example.com, $40 students/seniors, $30 Berklee/NEC/Emerson consortium college students enrolled in music programs. ....and that same evening Jim will be giving a solo acoustic concert at the nearby Loring Greenough House. Workshop & evening concert combo - The workshop price above + $10. Concert only: Suggested donation $20- at the door; $15- if reservation is made at least 24 hours in advance and Tuesday Club members; $12- for students and seniors; $50 - max on families. Addition of a $1/person “preservation fee” that goes to the LG House. More information / register by email to notlobreservations @gmail.com RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. PARKING: Recommend the large public lot behind Blanchard's Liquors. Also available on the street (meters). CHAIRS: Bring your own armless chair or stool. Facebook event - http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=117043834995272 ====================== Parlour concert at the Loring Greenough House, JP Date: Saturday, May 15, 2010 Time: 7:30pm - 10:30pm Location: Loring Greenough House Street: 12 South Street City/Town: Jamaica Plain, MA View Map Suggested donation $20- at the door; $15- if reservation is made at least 24 hours in advance and Tuesday Club members; $12- for students and seniors; $50 - max immediate families. Addition of a $1/person “preservation fee” that goes to the LG House. See above if interested in combining the workshop and concert. Seating limited to 40, reservations suggested ~ notlobreservations @gmail.com Facebook event - http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=115890011783159 notloB Folk Concerts (Somerville, Newton and Somerville) are volunteer run and not for profit. For more information go to the website ~ http://sites.google.com/site/notlobmusic Mailing list ~ http://groups.google.com/group/notlobmusic Facebook ~ http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=38565709718 Check Jim's website for other New England concerts, workshops and radio appearances. Over the two week tour he has a couple of open dates, consider hosting a house concert or private/group lesson.