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Private and Group Lessons Now Available Online!
ONLINE GROUP LESSONS are now open for registration! Session begins April 6.
Private lessons are available online as well. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Doors 7:30 // Show 8:00 PM
$12 advance, $15 door
Beer // wine // non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase. No food.
Guitarist Ross Martin has performed in concert halls, honky-tonks, theaters, rock clubs, living rooms, on festival stages, television programs and everywhere in between. He grew up in the suburbs of Dallas, TX, with brief stints in East Tennessee, attended the University of North Texas, where he earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies, then headed west. After ten years in the front range area of Colorado, he relocated to the east coast and has lived in Brooklyn, NY for the past ten years.
His musical path has covered as much territory as his physical one. Reflecting his love of diverse genres like jazz, bluegrass, country, folk, experimental, and classical music, Ross has always felt at home with fellow musicians who seek to reconcile, through their music, the incredible wealth of styles available to listeners in this global and digital age. He has toured and performed with a wide range of artists including Matt Flinner, Darol Anger, Tony Furtado, Jacob Jolliff, Ron Miles, Mollie O’Brien, The Motet, Caroline Herring, Dwele, Sonya Kitchell, and many others.
Ross, along with bassist Eric Thorin, has been a member of the Matt Flinner Trio for the past eleven years. Known in acoustic circles for his groundbreaking mandolin work, Matt developed a unique concept for the group: All three band members write a tune each day while on tour and perform it that evening. After several tours, they picked twelve of their favorite tunes and recorded them. The result was “Music du Jour” which was released on Compass Records in April, 2009. Since then, the Trio has produced two more recordings of Music du Jour compositions: “Winter Harvest” (2012) and “Traveling Roots” (2016).
Music education plays an important role in Ross’ professional life. He maintains a private guitar studio and is a sought-after instructor at workshops and music camps. He’s been on the staff at Steve Kaufman’s Acoustic Camp, Rockygrass Academy, Montana Fiddle Camp, and Great Lakes Music Camp, among others, and regularly facilitates clinics at educational institutions across the United States.
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Ross Martin will be offering an Adventurous Flatpicking Guitar workshop earlier this day from 12:00 – 1:30 PM. More information and registration HERE.