Adam Hurt

elegantly innovative clawhammer banjo

**Update 9/2019: Unfortunately, I have no current availability for new Skype students. Please watch this space for updates as my availability changes.**


I have been offering online banjo and fiddle instruction since 2008, and I now teach in this manner on a full-time basis. One-on-one lessons conducted via Skype can be an excellent solution for those who may not have access to a local instructor but are wanting to move forward in a structured way, as well as for those who are drawn to my own musical or pedagogical approach but who may not live within commuting range of me for in-person lessons. Relative newcomers all the way to those who are quite advanced and looking for a new musical direction can benefit from regular, occasional, or one-off Skype lessons.

If in-person instruction is of interest, I also offer intensive day-long or multi-day sessions for players of all levels, in your home or in mine, as well as group workshops in your home or gathering space. These scenarios can be negotiated on a case-by-case basis.

For further details, please contact me.

Selected Teaching Events

Banjo Camp North, Charlton, Massachusetts
Blue Ridge Old-Time Music Week, Mars Hill, North Carolina
Chestnut Creek School of the Arts, Galax, Virginia
Walker Creek Music Camp, Marshall, California
Nashville Clawhammer Camp, Ridgetop, Tennessee
Julian Family Fiddle Camp, Julian, California
Falcon Lake Fiddle Camp, Falcon Lake, Manitoba
Kenosee Lake Kitchen Party, Carlyle, Saskatchewan
Sore Fingers Summer Schools, Kingham, England
American Banjo Camp, Fort Flagler, Washington
Suwannee Banjo Camp, High Springs, Florida
Midwest Banjo Camp, Olivet, Michigan
Swannanoa Gathering, Asheville, North Carolina
Augusta Heritage Center, Elkins, West Virginia
Appalshop, Whitesburg, Kentucky