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Scottsdale Neighborhood Arts Place
4425 North Granite Reef Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Director: Carole Pellatt
Available Programs: Day
Camp Jam Day (ages 11 -17)
Tuition Fee Per Session: $595
Hours: Monday arrival 8:am Tuesday -Thursday 9am-4:30pm | Friday 9am with the concert at 6pm
Session Dates: June 16-20
SPECIAL CAMP JAM 2014 MASTERCLASS WITH KEITH WYATT
Camp Jam is proud to announce that blues master and teacher extraordinaire Keith Wyatt will be appearing at Camp Jam Phoenix. “Keith is one of the best guitar players on the planet and has been a favorite instructor at Musicians Institute in Hollywood for decades. Students came from all over the world to study with Keith, I am very honored to have him at Camp Jam Phoenix.” – Steve Freeman, Camp Jam
Click on the images below for examples of Keith’s playing and teaching
CAMP JAM ARIZONA DIRECTOR - CAROLE PELLATT
Carole Pellatt was born in Montreal, Canada. She started playing guitar when she was twelve, inspired by players like Bruce Cockburn and Paul Simon. She started gigging professionally at the age of fifteen playing acoustic guitar in coffee houses and by the age of eighteen she was playing acoustic and electric guitar in original rock bands. In the mid-eighties she left Montreal and moved to L.A. to attend Musicians Institute (GIT) in Hollywood and studied with bluesman Keith Wyatt, Jazz Legend Joe Diorio and the allstar faculty staff. Carole has worked as an intern at RCA records and as a technical musical consultant on films, including a project with guitar great Steve Cropper.
Carole has recorded two cds “Modern Day Condition” and “Songs From The Middle Of Nowhere” with Fred Duran Plan and currently free lances with several of her Duo, Trio, Quartet and Quintet projects she calls “Boneyard”. Carole still plays lead guitar with Valley Singer/Songwriter “Freddie Duran” in the band FREDDIE DURAN PLAN, as well as DESERT FIESTA. Carole has been Camp Jam’s AZ director for the past 3 years.
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