The Louis Jay Meyers Music Camp (named for its late founder, Louis Jay Meyers) is celebrating seven years offering the finest musical instruction. It is a camp like no other, where pros study with legends and dedicated hobbyists learn from the best in the field.
The Louis Jay Meyers Music Camp takes place during the annual Folk Alliance International Conference, located this year in New Orleans, Louisiana. 18 classes are offered over three days for all conference attendees, covering topics such as songwriting, harmony singing, on-stage sound, instrument-specific skills, and much more. 2020 classes and instructors will be announced in October. Join us to sharpen your skills with knowledge from some of the best in the industry!
About Louis Jay Meyers
Louis Jay Meyers was the Executive Director of Folk Alliance International (FAI) from 2005 – 2014. A native of Austin, Texas, and one of the founders of SXSW (South by Southwest), Louis was an avid banjo and pedal steel player and was a tireless champion for musicians. His creation of FAI’s music camp is perhaps the most significant example of his vision for community building and his passion for great music. Louis’ vision for the camp was clear: a community built around learning and playing music, where the focus is on the exchange of knowledge and sharing of traditions, where world-class musicians serve as instructors to students of all ages and levels. Louis’ original vision is the foundation for the music camp, and his legacy of community inclusion and passion for music continues today.