Sue Malcolm has been a mainstay of the Vancouver folk and bluegrass scene since 1980 as a performer, instructor and organizer. She was a founder and four-term president of The Pacific Bluegrass and Heritage Society. Recognized for her ability to help beginners gain confidence and enjoy making music in a group setting, Sue developed the Slow Pitch Jam method of teaching bluegrass jamming. She has presented this popular workshop at festivals in BC, Alberta and Washington including Wintergrass, River City Bluegrass Festival, The Blueberry Bluegrass Festival, Coombs Bluegrass Festival, Sooke River Bluegrass Festival and the Vancouver Island MusicFest. Since 1996 Sue’s monthly Slow Pitch Jams at the ANZA Club in Vancouver have been drawing huge crowds and helping hundreds of people experience the joy of jamming.
Testimonial(s): “Sue is a great community builder. Would love to take her class again.”
“Fabulous class. Can’t wait to sign up for my next guitar class with Sue”
“Sue is excellent at adapting to class and practical application since she plays so much”