Augusta Bluegrass & Old-Time Week

Augusta Bluegrass & Old-Time Week

Augusta 2020 Week 3 features Bluegrass and Old-Time music and art classes from Sunday July 19-Friday July 24th.

This week features a robust schedule of Bluegrass and West Virginian Old Time live events! Join us for Augusta’s Week 3 cultural sessions, panel discussions, music-making, and more. To see the full lineup of what the week has to offer, click here.

Participants will have access to over 150 video lessons! Have you ever wanted to take a class during two different theme weeks but never had the time? Do you ever find yourself wishing you could be in two courses at once? Now you can have it all! 75+ Augusta instructors will be contributing video lessons to this project and participants will have access to every lesson from every theme week. We will upload Week 1 classes on June 21, Week 2 classes on June 28, and Week 3 classes on July 5. You’ll have time to view and learn at your own pace before the interactive sessions with instructors in July (see below), and you’ll have access to all materials until October 1. That’s an incredible summer of learning!   

You’ll be able to interact directly with your favorite teachers! During the three weeks Augusta was scheduled to take place, we’ll be presenting live events daily, including cultural sessions, panel discussions and virtual music-making. From July 6-24, we’re putting together a comprehensive schedule of events allowing you the opportunity to interact in real-time with Augusta instructors and fellow students. Your registration gives you access to all events during this three-week window. Enjoy everything Augusta has to offer! 

Please understand that these links are for registered participants only. Your support enables us to keep bringing you quality programming even during these uncertain times. Should you know of anyone interested in accessing these lessons and events, kindly direct them to contribute at their comfortability level (suggested $100) to

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