FAQ:

What is the schedule?

We will begin at 8:30am on Friday and 9am on Saturday. Family and friends are welcome to join us for the evening performances. Here is a PDF of our 2019 schedule. The 2020 schedule will be sent out about a week before the workshop. Students under the age of 18 must be checked in and out by a parent or designated adult. 

What is the plan for lunch?

You can either bring your own lunch or place an order at registration on Friday morning. Average cost is $10-15 per day. If you prefer to leave campus during lunch, there are a few options nearby. Participants under 18 will need to be checked out by a parent or designated adult. 

Where should I stay?

There are a number of local hotels that offer discounted rates for events happening at Shenandoah University. Click here for a list of options. https://www.su.edu/about-us/our-community/stay/

Am I ready to take the workshop? How advanced do I need to be?

Our summer workshop is for all ages, levels of experience, and skill. We have had participants from age 8-81, from beginner to professional. The Stokes Intensive has additional requirements. Click here for more information. 

What will I need to bring:

Bass, bow, stool (if used), music stand, rock stop, rosin, and cash for raffle tickets and concessions. If you need to borrow a bass, please contact us. 

Is there a chance to take a private lesson during the workshop?

Private lessons are available for $75. You can reserve one when you register. We do our best to accommodate teacher requests.