Cape Conservatory Presents Masterclass with David Wax Museum

David Wax and Suz Slezak offer insight on how to kick your musical career into high gear
Suz Slezak and David Wax of David Wax Museum (Courtesy of the artists)

The Cape Conservatory invites budding artists to a songwriting and performance class with David Wax and Suz Slezak of the David Wax Museum. The class will feature live student performances, feedback from David and Suz, advice on booking gigs, organizing a tour, and building your musical brand. Students of all ages and ability levels will have the opportunity to talk shop and receive feedback from a pair of highly accomplished professional musicians, with a large national fan base. If you are interested in participating in this masterclass as a performer (limited to 4 musicians!), please email Mary George, the Conservatory’s Falmouth Campus Manager at [email protected] or phone 508.540.0611.

The David Wax Museum is a folk and roots rock band, who blend traditional Mexican music with Americana and other folk styles, in a genre that they've dubbed "Mexo-Americana." They have performed at many prominent venues and festivals in the US, including South by Southwest and the main stage at the Newport Folk Festival. Their most recent album, Guesthouse, was released in late 2015.

Masterclass with David Wax Museum
Monday, May 22  |  7:30-9pm
Cape Conservatory, Falmouth Campus
60 Highfield Drive, Falmouth
General Admission $10; Register at capeconservatory.org or call 508.540.0611
To participate as a performer, call Mary George 508.540.0611


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