BASC Board of Directors:
BASC BOARD of DIRECTORS
Join the BASC family! All interested persons are invited to attend BASC Board meetings. For information on joining us at a board meeting, please contact Harley Tarlitz
BASC Advisory Council:
Harley Tarlitz and Judy Hersh Working the booth
BASC History and Goals:
The very first meeting of BASC was held at the home of Margo and Ken Tennesen. Elaine and Clark Weissman of CTMS fame lent their expertise in how to establish a non-profit (501c3) educational organization. And so, from a small charter membership of about 40 bluegrass music lovers, BASC has grown to a membership of over 300, including many sponsors supporting BASC to promote bluegrass music right here in Southern California. inTUNE News, is produced cooperatively with our sister organization, the San Diego Bluegrass Society. BASC goals include:
Places we’ve been: To further its goals of educating and promoting bluegrass, our presence continues at local festivals, the Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest, Supergrass in Bakersfield and the Granada Hills Street Faire as well as a concert series of 2-4 concerts annually. Anyone interested in performing at a BASC concert should contact email@example.com
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The John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, Summer Nights at the Ford: The highlight of our concert series since 1997, and continues to this day. Bluegrass at the Ford continues to introduce new listeners and established fans to this truly unique American Music, in an outdoor setting second to none. We encourage all to come and enjoy this unique event in the intimate setting of the John Anson Ford Theater.
Monthly Bluegrass Night 3rd Tuesdays: Opening with the Laurel Canyon Ramblers on June 20, 1995, we continue to present a free bluegrass concert on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. After more than 15 years we continue to introduce bluegrass music to folks in our community with local, talented musicians. Join us every month and enjoy an evening you won't forget. Click here for more info.
Monthy Bluegrass Jam in the Park - 4th Sunday: We hold a monthly jam at the West Valley Music Center in West Hills. Open to all levels. Click here for more info.
Also a free e-mail newsletter to members informs you of bluegrass happenings in your community so you don't miss any event
Let BASC be part of your musical journey and help us support bluegrass music in Southern California . Our music community is wonderful, supportive and energetic. Have the pleasure of meeting folks who will play a part in your life and who you’ll listen and play with. It just doesn’t get any better than that. Click Here to join the Bluegrass Association of Southern California, and join us in supporting and growing the love and playing of Bluegrass music in Southern California.