JAMming Across the Blue Ridge - Black Mountain

The popular Junior Appalachian Musicians (JAM) after-school program provides students with the opportunity to learn the music of their region from master players.

Presented by the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area (BRNHA) on behalf of the N.C. Arts Council’s 50th Anniversary Celebration, the concerts series, JAMming Across the Blue Ridge, offers the public a unique opportunity to experience up-and-coming traditional musicians from the mountains of North Carolina.

JAM is part of the Arts Council’s Traditional Arts Program for Students (TAPS).  Students receive instruction in an art practice with deep cultural roots in their home communities taught by accomplished traditional artists. In addition to the JAM programs, which teach Appalachian string band music, TAPS offers instruction in traditional pottery, American Indian powwow and craft traditions, Korean traditional arts, and jazz and funk traditions.

Thanks to the Will & Deni McIntyre Foundation, which is supporting this showcase at the Black Mountain Center for the Arts. The Will & Deni McIntyre Foundation produces the series David Holt's State of Music for public television.

Where to Eat Sleep, Shop, and Stay

Asheville Covention and Visitors Bureau

Event Details

Location Black Mountain Center for the Arts
Black Mountain, NC
Cost Free
Music Styles Bluegrass
Event Type Concert / Performance
  • ✔ Family Friendly
  • ✔ Handicapped Accessible

Contact Info

Phone (828) 669-0930

Upcoming Dates:

Where to Eat Sleep, Shop, and Stay

Asheville Covention and Visitors Bureau