Bowed Psaltery

Westman Instruments,
a virtual event.   
December 11-12, 2020
Terry & Sharon
In the box below titled
“Friday Sessions”
you will see all the classes offered
in each session for Friday.
Greg and I would like to invite you to join us for our “Bowed Psaltery Christmas Gathering”, (BPCG).  This year we
will be gathering in a virtual setting using a system called Zoom..   More about that to follow..   All times listed are for
Eastern Standard Time Zone, (EST). The Gathering will start out on Friday, December 11th at 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.
m.,   as a visit time.  Come say hello, meet the instructors, see friends you haven’t seen this year, get help figuring out
what you are doing. Then we will have  3 one hour sessions, a dinner break and end the day with an “Open Mic”.
Saturday, December 12th will start at 10:00 a.m.  with 2 one hour sessions, lunch break then 3 more one hour
sessions. Then a dinner break and end the day with our Instructors Concert
Class Sign up work Sheet
In the box below titled
“Saturday Sessions”
you will see all the classes offered in each
session for Saturday.
You can only choose one class per session.
So the most you can take is 8 classes.
In the first box below titled  
you can click on the instructors name to see their bio
and all their class descriptions and the session.
Read through all the class descriptions to find the classes
you would like to take and use the worksheet.  

There is a maximum of 30 participants per class

so if your first choice is full you would use your second choice.
We will open the website for registering for your classes
on a specific date and time to be announced
Tee Shirts
coming soon
Zoom  sign up

There will be several classes offered per session and you will have to pick which ones you want to take.  There is a
worksheet below you can print to help you list your first and second choices
Speed test
Zoom Tutorial
Zoom Quick Reference Guide
How this will work:
    You must have either a laptop computer, a desktop computer or a mobile device. You need to have audio and
video capabilities to participate in these virtual events. Zoom is a video communications company that provides a
service to allow us to have virtual events and to be able to see and hear each other from all around the world.  This
is just amazing and so easy to use.  First thing you have to do is do a
“Speed test”.  This will tell you if you have
enough speed between your internet provider and your equipment.  Zoom suggests that you have at least 1.5 Mbps
or better
Now that you have the equipment and your speed up to what you need you will need to download Zoom.

   Zoom is free for the basic service and you do not need an account, but I have found it to be easier to
navigate in Zoom with an account.
Watch this video made by Donna Malus to teach you how to download
Zoom and to help you understand and navigate their site
Lets Go Zooming