Imagine an afternoon in the Tetons. A head full of new tunes, rubbing elbows with your musical heros, a community of new friends, outstanding views and great food. Free time to jam, rehearse or hike.

Jeremy Garrett Fiddle LessonSounds like the prescription for sanity in this crazy world. Sounds like the syllabus for the annual Targhee Music Camp!

  • Four days of high level instruction
  • Hearty meals and comfortable accommodations
  • Lots of jamming
  • Evening performances
  • World-class setting
  • Top-notch instructors

2015 Instructor Profile

  • Eric Thompson -  Guitar
    Eric Thompson – Guitar

    Eric Thompson took up the guitar as a teenager in Palo Alto, California in the early 1960’s, at a time when very few folk guitarists were playing more than basic rhythm guitar. Among his earliest bands were the Black Mountain Boys (with Jerry Garcia and David Nelson) and Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions. Eric is a knowledgeable and patient teacher, and we are excited to welcome him to our staff for the first time.

  • Tom Murphy - Mandolin
    Tom Murphy – Mandolin

    Tom Murphy picked up the guitar at age 11 in St. Louis, and didn’t put it down until he received a mandolin for high school graduation. Shortly thereafter, he heard the David Grisman Quintet’s first album, and the mandolin quickly took center stage in his life. His inventive mandolin solos, driving rhythm, and tight harmony vocals add color to a variety of bands in his present hometown of Bozeman, Montana. Current bands include: Two Bit Franks (Original/Bluegrass/Americana) Thermal Grass & Stormy Creek(Bluegrass/Newgrass/Jazz), The John Lowell Band (Bluegrass), Hooligans (Rock/Dylan/Dead), Lone Mountain Trio (Bluegrass/Americana), Little Jane and the Pistol Whips (Americana/Country), and singer-songwriters Jim Averitt, Chris Cunningham, and Connor Garvey.

  • Tim O'Brien - Mandolin/Songwriting
    Tim O’Brien – Mandolin/Songwriting

    In Tim O’Brien’s music, things come together. The uncanny intersection of traditional and contemporary elements in his songwriting, his tireless dedication to a vast and still-expanding array of instruments, and his ongoing commitment to place himself in as many unique and challenging musical scenarios as possible has made him a key figure in today’s thriving roots music scene – and well beyond it. O’Brien’s presence – be it as a bandleader, songwriter, mentor, instrumentalist, or vocalist – has been strongly felt not only in his own rich music, but in the many recordings of his songs by other artists.