INTERNATIONAL ACOUSTIC GUITAR WORKSHOPS
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KRVAVCEM - SLOVENIA
Currently "on hiatus"
With 23 editions the
Beppe Gambetta International Guitar Workshop continue to
hold the ambitious reputation of being one of the leading European
educational events for acoustic guitar. The goal is to support a
community of music enthusiasts, to help the improvement of new
talents, to put in contact musicians with different culture and
background and to open new horizons to artistic creativity.
few years Beppe divides his life between New Jersey and his native
Genova. Good part of his artistic inspiration comes from the long
time on the road, the encounter with other artists and his
extensive researches about different forms of traditional guitar.
Following his vision he opened new ways to the Flatpicking World
with an approach open to music contamination. He experimented new
international repertoires, he composed new melodies, he brought
back to life the work of forgotten popular artists, he used the
aesthetic of acoustic music to give new life to songs that he
sings in different languages. Beppe toured the World solo and with
important partners (Dan Crary, Gene Parsons, David Grisman…) and
since 15 years he produces with his wife Federica the Genoese
Acoustic Nights, one of the biggest European shows dedicated to
the guitar. In his 30 years of activity he produced 12 CDs, one
DVD and a big amount of teaching material (books, DVDs, etc.).
Beppe likes to teach his approach and his passion to the new
generations and organizes and participates at workshops on both
sides of the Ocean. Recently he published the “Flatpicking
Guitar Treaty” in which he shows how Flatpicking can have a
“transversal” approach that touches different forms of Roots
guest teachers in the past:
Steve Kaufman (USA)
Tony McManus (Scotland)
Kathy Chiavola (USA)
Chris Newman (UK)
Jack Lawrence (USA)
Tim Williams (Canada - USA)
for Beppe’s Workshop, is a small mountain-hotel in Ambroz pod
Krvavcem, Slovenia, offering wonderful view of the Alps, the
Karawanks, and the cities of Kranj and Ljubljana. The rooms are
simple and they can accomodate 3 to 4 people.
accommodation with a higher quality can be the Hotel
minutes drive from the workshop site) offering Bed & Breakfast
in single, double or family room. People chosing this
accommodation will still have their meals at Hotel Slatnar (the
location is approximately 1080 m high, very close to the
International Slovenian Airport, about 30 km north of Ljubljana
and approximately 45 km south of Klagenfurt (Austria).
to and from the Airport can be arranged.
The workshop in
Slovenia is currently "on hiatus".