Victor Wooten is synonymous with the bass guitar. In fact, Rolling Stone named him one of the top 10 bass guitarists of all time. No argument here.
Victor’s from a musical family and is the youngest of five musician brothers. He learned his instrument because the family band needed a bass player. By the age of 8 he was so good he earned the name Bass Ace.
Now a five-time Grammy winner with a slew of acclaimed solo albums and the distinction of being a founding member of Bela Fleck and The Flecktones, he is sought out as a teacher. But he’s not just any teacher. His camps are intimate affairs in which he takes part every day and, because he’s a naturalist at heart, nature plays a big part in the camp experience. His book, “The Music Lesson: A Spiritual Search for Growth Through Music,” is taught in elite music schools including Berklee College of Music and at Stanford University. He’s a musician that leads with his heart. His playing will fill yours.