Author Archives: TimKaren
The registration for Grappelli-Django Camp 2016 has officially been opened. Your chance to meet gypsy jazz violinists, guitarists and bassists from all over the world, with a full programme of workshops, jamming, ensemble lessons and a concert! Besides our annual staff, … Continue reading
Can’t wait for next year’s camp? Good news! You can now subscribe for the Grappelli-Django Camp winter edition, 25-27 January 2016 in Cape Town. With Tim Kliphuis, Karin van Kooten, Bernard Kotze, and Sarah Blake. More info and sign up
Grappelli-Django Camp 2015 was a great success. Thank you all for attending! Do you have photos or videos? Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re currently working on next year’s camp. As soon as the new dates are known, you will … Continue reading
Grappelli-Django Camp’s first weekend has sold out! Due to large interest we are adding a second weekend on 27-30 AUGUST 2015. Location: centre of Holland, 60 minutes from Schiphol. Tim Kliphuis (Rosenberg Trio, Fapy Lafertin – violinist) and Reinier Voet … Continue reading
On Saturday, August 22, Grappelli-Django Camp will host its first public concert with special guests Tcha Limberger and Nous’che Rosenberg! Order tickets and more info
We have good news again: Tcha Limberger has been confirmed as clinician for violinists, guitarists and bass players! We’re very much looking forward to see him in August and I hope you will do too. Read more about Tcha here.
We are very proud to present our special guest for this year’s camp: Nous’che Rosenberg! We’ve officially opened applications so take your chance for a personal clinic with him and many other amazing teachers. Click here to sign up! Looking … Continue reading
The dates for next year’s first Grappelli-Django camp will be: 20-23 August, 2015 Sign-up will open January 15. Please get in touch (email@example.com) if you want to be on the email list.
After 5 years of rapid growth, we have decided to change the name to Grappelli-Django Camp, to show that we are there as much for guitarists as violinists and bassists. There are some exciting plans for 2015 including clinics with … Continue reading