FAQs

What happens if I miss my class?  Will there be a recording?  Yes, all classes will be recorded on Zoom and links will be sent out at the end of each day.

I’m not sure what level I should be in?  How do I know?  First be sure to read the class description for your preferred class, that should give you an idea.  Select a class as best you can and if it turns out you or your teacher feel you’re mismatched, you can be shifted to a different class at the end of the first day.

How should I communicate with my teacher during the week?  You’ll receive100_1569 your teacher’s email address on the first day and they’ll let you know the best ways to stay in touch with them.

How will the afternoon jams work?  There will only be one jam each day which with encompass all levels (as opposed to live CCMMS where we break up into jams by level).  There will be at least three musicians in each session so you can hear your part no matter what instrument you’re playing and jam leaders will start each jam with slower, easier tunes and then work up to harder tunes at the end.  This is the best way we could come up with to accommodate the difficulty of jamming on Zoom AND mixing the levels of students.

What about Kids on the Creek?  This year we don’t have a Kids on the Creek class for the 5 to 10 crowd, but during the virtual Cowan Creek Mountain Music School week, June 20-25, 2021 there will be daily online songs and activities for kids with Amanda Wells, videos and live reports from our Roving Storyteller, Randy Wilson and a live-streamed concert especially for kids on Wednesday June 23rd at 7:00pm. All kid’s events are free, but we do ask that you register HERE.  (Simply select the kid ticket option and enter the rest of your information.)  We are looking forward to a lively in-person Kids on the Creek class in 2022!

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