Violin & Mandolin
Along with his signature bow tie, Aaron Weinstein has worn many hats at Django in June over the years. Donning his mando-cap he has shared the secrets behind his exquisite chord-melody arrangements of classic jazz standards. Aaron is author of, “Mandolin Chord Melody System” from Mel Bay Publications and an excellent teacher, as you can see here:
On other occasions Aaron has swapped his plectrum for a bow and worked with violinists. That’s the plan this year, but take note—he’ll only be here on Tuesday, to offer one of our pre-camp Special Offerings. Registration for that all-day workshop will be limited to 12 people. We suggest you be one of them.
You can check out Aaron’s full bio right here for the long list of the artists he’s worked with as a performer, arranger and recording artist. Here he is with one such artist who knows his way around America’s own “hot jazz” guitar style, Matt Munisteri.
(PS. Matt will be with us for all of Django Camp this year.)