The Handmade Music School offers unique learning experiences in music, history, and dance with master teachers. Events offer high quality instruction and performances from local and global master artists and are focused on preserving, sharing, and celebrating the musical traditions of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Events are held online, at The Floyd Country Store, and at local venues in Floyd, Virginia. Register today for a workshop, class, lecture, performance, or a multi-day camp!
The Handmade Music School is currently offering workshops through our Handmade at Home Virtual Workshop Series. Workshops are offered weekly with some of the best musicians, dancers, historians, songwriters and more. Stream live on CrowdCast platform or tune in any time after the event to watch the replay! Follow us on Crowdcast at crowdcast.io/handmademusic.
Please read our Workshop Refund and Cancellation Policies prior to check out.
If you need assistance in paying for a workshop or event, check out our Share the Music Scholarships.
The Handmade Music School Fall Student Performance & Fundraiser
November 30, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
The Handmade Music School presents the Fall Student Performance & Fundraiser on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 7:00pm EST. Find out what our student have been working on with their Handmade Music School teachers and mentors. We will livestream performances that are pre-recorded from students from all over Virginia and around the country. This will also serve as an opportunity to continue to support the Handmade Music School’s initiatives such as: Share the Music Scholarships, Music of our Mountains 2022 Launch, as well as general operating expenses.. Our goal is to raise $5,000 for our Share the Music Scholarship Program. This event is part of the Giving Tuesday Campaign.
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About the Share The Music Program
The Handmade Music School makes its home at the world famous Floyd Country Store and draws from the rich local traditions to connect students with master musicians and dancers. Similar to the Floyd Country Store’s “Pay It Forward” program that helps cover meal costs for those in need, the Handmade Music School has created “Share The Music”, a program that provides access to traditional music lessons, classes, workshops, and camps through a scholarship program.