Bruce Molsky will be on campus (Monday-Tuesday September 26-27th) to give currently enrolled Berklee students the opportunity to take a free private lesson. To sign up for a lesson send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to join the Roots email list - lesson signup sheets are distributed via email.
These lessons are made possible by the Berklee American Roots Music Program, for more information visit https://www.berklee.edu/focused/roots
About Bruce Molsky
Bruce Molsky stands today as the premier old-time fiddler in the world, the defining virtuoso of Appalachia's timeless folk music traditions. That must feel odd for a former engineer from the Bronx, who didn't begin a music career until he was forty. But folded into those strange facts is the secret to his unique genius.
In addition to a prolific solo career, performing on fiddle, guitar, and banjo, Molsky frequently joins genre-busting supergroups, like the Grammy-nominated Fiddlers Four, and Mozaik, with Hungarian Nikola Parov, and Celtic giant Donal Lunny. He was on Nickel Creek's farewell tour, and performs in a trio with Scottish fiddler Aly Bain and Sweden's great Ale Moller.
For more information about Bruce visit http://www.brucemolsky.com