Mixter Maxter Mixed Instrument Workshop
Mixter Maxter - a Scots expression meaning "topsy-turvey" or "all mixed up" - combines high quality music with an introduction to the joy of playing with other people. A day of mixed instrument workshops where the group learns some tunes and collaborates to arrange them in an interesting and attractive way. Suitable for most instruments, and most temperaments; everybody gets a lot out of it.
Watch this page to keep an eye out for the next scheduled Mixter Maxter, or send me an email and I'll let you know when plans are confirmed and booking opens.
Mixter Maxter moves around; we've been in North Fife, East Lothian, Peebles, Cardrona and just outside Glasgow. All that is required is a good hall and someone local for liaison. If you would like Mixter Maxter to come to your area, get in touch, and we can talk about it. Mixter Maxter 10 will be in November 2017 in Strachur, Argyll.
Music is always available beforehand in the shape of downloadable PDF documents and MP3 soundfiles. If you require notation in any particular format (e.g. whistle, tablature, cello, fiddle fingering, etc), that can be arranged if you let me know beforehand. I choose the music quite carefully with the needs of the participants in mind. To get an idea of the sort of music we do, have a look at some previous workshops (see links below).
A typical schedule would look something like this:
||Lunch (soup and sandwiches provided)
||Performance and recording
Click on the links below to access soundfiles, videos, photos and music from previous Mixter Maxters: