JAM provides Music Lessons to Kids of the High-Country

The junior Appalachian musicians program or JAM will be returning to offer music lessons through the fall to the youth of Boone.  

The goal of JAM is to initiate and promote traditional music education through small group instruction via instruments common to the high country region and doing so giving individuals, especially the youth a greater appreciation for their cultural heritage. Town of Boone Cultural Resources Coordinator and former teacher with the program Brandon Holder said the gyms help students of all ages not only learn to play traditional instrument but also to grow in confidence and develop a sense of community among like-minded musicians and to stay connected to our region regions reach musical heritage.  

The fall jam semester will take place over a 13 week. And consist of 45 minute lessons on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Jones house from 4:30 to 7:30 PM.  Tuition is $75 per student ages 8 to 17 and $125 students over the age of 18 rental instruments are provided for a cost of 50 bucks a semester but discounts are allowed for families with multiple children for more information about Boone jam and other musical programming call the Jones house at 828-268-6280 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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