Level 1, 2 and 2.5
directed by Robert Fripp.
All courses will take place in Lebanon, approximately 35 miles west of Newark Airport in Newark, NJ.
Dates (for all courses):
Arrivals: Wednesday, March 16, early afternoon.
Inaugural Meeting: Wednesday, March 16, in the evening.
Final Meeting: Thursday, March 24, in the evening.
Departures: Friday, March 25, before noon.
L2.5: this Course is for those who have attended at least a L2 Course, have
worked with the principles presented and wish to take it further.
L2: this Course is open to those who have attended a L1 Course and have worked
with/applied the principles presented.
L1: this Course is open to those who have attended at least an Introduction To
GC and are known/recommended.
The Courses will be directed by Robert Fripp, assisted by a staff of
GC Instructors and Assistant Instructors, including Curt Golden, Shinkuro Matsuura, Fumihito Hatano, Luciano Pietrafesa.
Sandra Bain Cushman, assisted by Stephanie Kalka and Kim Cary, will present the Alexander Technique
and Luciano Pietrafesa Tai Chi for beginners.
A team of experienced crafties will run the kitchen and the house work.
Those who see themselves in that team please contact us soon, we’ll send you
the KT participation conditions.
In order to attend you’ll need to write an Application Letter (in
English), please focus on the following 3 questions:
1- Who are you?
2- Why do you wish to attend?
3- What is your Aim?
Please send your Application Letter a.s.a.p. to RF to the GC Seminars Registrar email address: gcregistrar at guitarcraft dot com
Fees: L1, 2 & 2.5 Courses: US$1250
Discount for those flying in from other continents: 26%.
Students from Latin America and Eastern Europe please ask for special terms.
Photo of the L2 Team from the GC L1/L2+ Course in Lebanon
GC Course Diaries by Robert Fripp: Level 1, 2 and 2.5 in Lebanon, US
Tuesday 15th. March, 2005; 09.04
Hotel Acceptable, Lebanon, NJ.
The hotel provided a modest feeding trough. New reading: John Mason’s ... Read More
John Graboski’s diary: Level 1, 2 and 2.5 in Lebanon, 2005
Photos: Level 1, 2 and 2.5 in Lebanon, 2005
Photos following completion, mostly taken inside Clayton Hall of common area and Level 1 team men room and some outside of ... Read More