I'm pretty sure Rust Library is the best library ever.Not only do they have an awesome youth room, host great events, and of course, have a really amazing book selection, but they are also hosting a music festival! As some of you know, I have a blog (musicandmoshing),and I'm a huge supporter in local music and helping bands in our area grow. So this teen music festival is incredibly awesome! I'm so excited. If you live in Loudoun County, you must come to this!
380 Old Waterford RD Leesburg VA
Experiment. Network. Perform.
Who will be there?
Kelly Wooten of Duke University
(Zine workshop and T-Shirt workshop)
Educator and Musician Joy Harrell
(GarageBand Studio and The Honest Voice: Singing)
Technology Educator Hunter Pendleton
Educator Christopher Hamner
(Slide Guitar Workshop)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22
10:00-11:00 Merch: T-Shirts with Kelly Wooten of Duke University
Learn to stencil unique designs on clothing. T-shirt and all supplies provided.
11:30-12:30 Promotion: Zines with Kelly Wooten of Duke University
Want to be a music journalist or critic? Just want get the word out about your band? Get the
basics on these DIY publications and craft your own mini-zine.
12:45-1:15 Networking Pizza Lunch
Meet other teen musicians in Loudoun County. Your next band could start right here.
1:30-4:30 Garage Band Studio with educators Hunter Pendleton and Joy Harrell
Learn to manipulate loops and record and edit your own sounds with the teen center’s Macs.
Bring your own (small) instrument if you like.
7:00-10:00 Battle of the Bands
To register your band, or for more information, call the teen center: 703-771-5998.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23
1:00-2:00 Slide Guitar Workshop with Educator Christopher Hamner
An introduction to the basic techniques of slide guitar, including wearing the slide, intonation,
vibrato, and some basic licks in open G tuning. For intermediate guitar players---those who
have been playing for 1-2 years and know basic chords but haven't tried slide.
1:00-2:30 The Honest Voice: Singing with Musician and Educator Joy Harrell
A crash course in effective vocal performance. All levels welcome.
3:00-5:00 Open Mic Coffee House
Teen acoustic musicians should call 703-771-5998 or stop by the teen center to register.
Sponsored by the A.V. Symington Gift Fund
For more information, visit library.loudoun.gov/teenmusicfestival or call 703-771-5998. If you require any type of reasonable accommodation, as a result of a physical, sensory, or mental disability, to participate in this program, please call 703-777-0368/Voice/TTY. Three days notice is requested.