Class requests are honored in the order in which the registrations are received. Please note: any registrations submitted prior to 9:30 am PST on Saturday, January 20st will not be accepted. (This means you need to click on the link below and begin filling out your forms at 9:00 am or later).
NOTE: REGISTRATION WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ALL CLASSES ARE FILLED.
Total cost of the courses for 2024 is $800
Payment is required once registration is complete and classes are confirmed.
Registration is on a "first come first serve" basis. Early registration is advised since classes are small.
Do NOT send the payment until you have received confirmation that you are accepted in the classes for which you applied. Note: If Musicians and schedule change due to unforeseen circumstances, you will be contacted. For information on payment, please contact Holly Grieve at firstname.lastname@example.org
Email transfer payments are available upon registration with Holly Grieve or Please make cheques payable to the:
Hornby Island Blues Society
You can send payment to : Hornby Island Blues Society
3500 C Shingle Spit Rd
Hornby Island, BC
Canada V0R 1Z0
Once you have had your class choices confirmed, please send payment promptly
Payment entitles students to 1 major course each morning for 3 days (with the same instructor) and 1 minor course each afternoon for 3 days (with various instructors) . Also included are all concerts in the evenings; and lunch and dinner each day.
Note: Participants are responsible for their own accommodations and all instruments, cables, amps, etc. that they might require for their classes.
Anyone interested in registering for classes who is under 18 years old and has not been to the workshops before should contact us first at email@example.com
Hornby Island Blues desires to keep student/ instructor ratios small in order to enrich the teaching learning experience.
Note: The Hornby Island Workshop classes are not for someone with limited or no playing experience who just wants to learn to play songs. To benefit from our courses, you must have some playing experience and some fundamental knowledge of music. You should be able to understand and count rhythms, have some knowledge of basic scales, understand simple intervals and turnarounds, and at least have heard of 8-bar and 12-bar chord progressions. For guitarists understanding open/alternate tunings would also be an asset. Without such experience and knowledge, you may struggle in some courses and not take away the maximum benefits. Please read instructors’ course descriptions carefully.
Each student will choose one major class. Classes fill up quickly so know which major you want but have an alternative prepared in the event that your first choice class is already full. Minors should not be a problem in getting the choices you want.
Workshop descriptions are subject to change. We'll keep this website up to date as changes occur.
The registration form and other important information is here.