QUALITY FOLK DOJO by Kate Power & Steve Einhorn
A community celebration in music live online as we practice ways to make music beautiful collectively on the spot no matter who shows up and whether you know the song or not. The gift of the dojo teaches us how to listen and discover the sweet spot in music through folk songs with Kate Power & Steve Einhorn as guides.
Quality Folk Dojo is live at noon on Wednesdays. Subscribe to Kate & Steve News to receive your invitation to join the party. Get ready, tune up and tune in to Quality Folk Dojo with Kate & Steve.
MEET LEELA GRACE at ROSE CITY FOLK SCHOOL
Right next door to Quality Folk is Rose City Folk School with national folk artist and teacher, Leela Grace, who teaches students to become musicians with seasoned, compassionate teaching deeply rooted in the folk tradition, and now online. Experience the joy of clawhammer banjo, clogging, singing, harmonizing in community with Leela.
ROSE CITY FOLK SCHOOL ~ LEELA GRACE BARR
Harmony, Clawhammer Banjo, Clogging, Resist Sing!
Leelam, Sanskrit noun, loose translation ="play"
Just Starting Out? - OR - Ready For More? If you are a pilgrim wishing you could learn to harmonize, frail banjo, clog, or sing meaningful songs for justice and peace?. A seasoned and compassionate teacher, Leela opens the gate to folk music in-the-tradition and give you confidence to fill up and enjoy learning hands-on from wherever you begin. Rose City Folk School
Mike Upton was the first to lend us a hand by supplying us our fleet of Kala travel tenor ukes in support of our Ukalaliens Songbook and mission to show the uninitiated their first few chords and sing half a dozen songs on ukulele in less than an hour. We brought uke to cities and towns all over ever since the first public library workshop in The Dalles, Oregon in 2006. Uke has been making the rounds ever since and thousands of new players have popped up all around the world from the little gift that keeps on giving. Thank you, Mike, and all the good folks at Kala!