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We are all very saddened with the reality that we cannot attend the Lute Fest this year. This is just a temporary pause so we can all get through this pandemic and we will all see each other next summer.
In the meantime, some of the faculty we had lined up for this year have all very generously offered their time during the scheduled LSA 2020 Festival (June 21st-27th) to offer one-on-one online lessons at a very reasonable rate. This is well below what they would normally offer and we are very grateful for them to be able to do this.
Lessons will be scheduled online via Zoom and will be on a first come, first served basis. Some faculty are overseas and others have commitments during the week so there are more limitations to their availability than for others. The exact schedule will be arranged the week before the start of "Lute Fest - Lesson Week 2020!"
Register early to assure that you get your first choice.
Best wishes you all, and looking forward to seeing you next June!
Jason Priset, Lute Fest Director
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