Rocky Mountain Fiddle Camp
July 29 – August 5, 2018
“It’s not just for Fiddlers!”
Location: Snow Mountain Ranch near Winter Park, Colorado
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Discounts for membership in most music clubs and/or attendance in any Suzuki Institute. Why do we offer this?
RMFC encourages your musical enjoyment and study to be year-round, in addition to your wonderful week at RMFC.
For more information, see Registration Information.
Founded in 1999 by Mark Luther, Director, and his kids, Christopher and Cosima, Rocky Mountain Fiddle Camp is entering its 20th year in 2018.
Set in the beautiful Colorado Rockies outside of Denver at Snow Mountain Ranch near Winter Park, Colorado, Rocky Mountain Fiddle Camp is staffed with world class musicians who are highly regarded for their superb playing as well as excellent teaching.
Old and young, beginners through professionals, everyone with an interest in music or dancing enjoys the camp and finds plenty of fun and learning opportunities!
Spend some time in the Rocky Mountains with new friends, old songs, good food and great people!
In addition to classes during the day, there are evening contra & square dances, jam sessions, concerts, camper talent night, campfire, and opportunities to hike and swim.
For details about travel and housing accommodations, please check out the Frequently Asked Questions page.
To learn more about RMFC, click any of the following:
Scholarships and How to Apply – The RMFC Scholarship Fund will again be offering scholarships for 2017. Contributions are 100% tax deductible.
Camp Site – How to get to Snow Mountain Ranch
Download a PDF of the 2017 RMFC Flyer (one page). Feel free to make as many copies as you like to take to jams, concerts, dances, and other events.
Cosima Luther uses her violin to inspire disadvantaged youth in Los Angeles – article in Pepperdine Magazine
Is Music the Key to Success? This is an interesting article from the New York Times about Music being the Key to success.
“One of the greatest and most transforming experiences I ever had.” – Prior Camper