Adrian Belew, Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto return to Music Masters Camps at Full Moon Resort for their Three Of A Perfect Pair Music Camp. The weeklong getaway – starting Monday, August 10 to Friday, August 14 2015 – will feature performances, workshops, social and recreational activities, all set against the idyllic backdrop of the Catskill Mountains.  

At Three Of A Perfect Pair Music Camp, Adrian, Tony and Pat will share meals, tales from the road, and even the stage during after-hours jam sessions with campers. Whether campers play guitar, drums, bass -- or no instrument at all -- Three Of A Perfect Pair offers a rare opportunity to learn, to play, to make new friends, and to get up close and personal with this trio of renowned musicians.

 

Three of a Perfect Pair is like an open-minded exchange of ideas. The resort is fantastic. Huge barn, big roadhouse with stage and bar, big tent for tasty meals, lots of housing options with several price ranges. All of these features allow us to get pretty up close and personal with the campers.
— Pat Mastelotto
Full Moon Resort Music Masters Camps is a beautiful 100-acre facility on top of the world, where at night it looks like you are in a fishbowl full of stars. Fantastic, friendly people excited about music, an awesome staff and surprisingly good food, nightly drinks and a bonfire and rubbing elbows with a world class band willing to share knowledge and tell plenty of funny road stories... what’s not to love?
— Adrian Belew
The single-biggest thing bringing me back to Three of a Perfect Pair is the campers who attend. From all over the world, they’ve been a really special group of people, who have more than listened to what we have to say and to play – they’ve formed bonds, music groups, friendships among themselves, that I think will outlast the music camp. We get to see a lot of our new friends when we’re out on tour, and it’s heartwarming to have the campers show up together at a show, hang out with us a bit. It makes me realize that the most special gift of the camp is the connection – Adrian, Pat & myself with the campers, as well as campers with other campers.
— Tony Levin