Chapman Stick new web image 2019.jpg Horizontal TabsDescription The 2021 Chapman Stick Workshop faculty line-up includes master performers and teachers of the Stick, Larry Tuttle and Greg Howard. Join us for this 4-day workshop and gain valuable skills, hone techniques and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow players! Wednesday, July 7, 2021 to Saturday, July 10, 2021 Registration Fee: $550Early Registration Fee: $525 *K-12 Educators: Earn 18 State of Michigan SCECH clock hours by attending this workshop. Register Here This year’s Chapman Stick Workshop will be the seventh biennial event at Interlochen beginning back in 2009. The workshop will include instruction and inspiration for players of the Stick, the two-handed tapping electric instrument created by Emmett Chapman and popularized in the 1970s and 1980s by Tony Levin, who performed alongside artists including Peter Gabriel and King Crimson. Master performers and teachers of the Stick, Larry Tuttle and Greg Howard will lead technique classes and will perform in concert on the first night. Hands-on sessions throughout the workshop will inspire and support beginners and intermediate to advanced players, while a closing session on the final day will offer all participants a chance to play together. Gain valuable skills and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow Stick players from around the country. See the schedule for details regarding each instructional session offered during the workshop. Participants must provide their own instrument. See Supplies tab below for details. Faculty Glenn Poorman Artistic Director, Chapman Stick Workshop, Interlochen College of Creative Arts Greg Howard Guest Clinician, Chapman Stick Workshop, Interlochen College of Creative Arts Larry Tuttle Guest Artist, 2021 Chapman Stick Workshop College of Creative Arts Schedule Supplies Please bring your Chapman Stick, amplifier, and cords to the workshop. If you have additional equipment questions or needs, please contact email@example.com. A notebook and writing utensil (or laptop or tablet) to take notes is also helpful.