Peter Bursch visits Musicon Valley

From June 5th to June 10th, Germany’s most famous author of guitar lesson books will be traveling to Markneukirchen in order to teach a number of exciting guitar lessons to local guitar fans. All guitar players are welcome, no matter if they are beginners or experienced musicians. We will be combining Peter Bursch’s journey to Musicon Valley with a number of cultural activities, whose grand finale will be a closing concert held in the Framus Museum Markneukirchen on June 9th 2012.
Every day, there will be a guitar clinic held in the Framus Museum in Markneukirchen. Next to guitars used by musicians such as John Lennon, Keith Richards and other greats, the guitarists participating in the clinics will be given the opportunity to come up with new great riffs of their own.
The second half of all five days will be filled with cultural activities. Naturally, all of them will be all about instrument making, which Markneukirchen is famous for. There will be a guided tour of the Framus Museum and of the production facilities of the Framus company. Furthermore, there will be a round trip through the Upper Vogtland, a tour of the Markneukirchen musical instrument museum, as well as a typical Vogtland-style dinner in town.
Go here for more information: http://www.peter-bursch.de/Vogtland/

written on 2012-05-29

 
   
 

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