Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, and Pat Mastelotto Announce Second Annual Three of a Perfect Pair Music Camp

April 12, 2012
Guitarist Adrian Belew, bassist Tony Levin, and drummer Pat Mastelotto return to Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, NY from August 13-17 for the second annual Three of a Perfect Pair Music Camp. This 5-day vacation experience offers attendees the chance to get to know these three musical luminaries and see them at work amidst the idyllic backdrop of the Catskills and Full Moon Resort.
Together as the musical backbone of progressive rock linchpins King Crimson – and separately through countless other bands, projects and collaborations – Belew, Levin, and Mastelotto have helped forge the history of modern rock music over careers spanning five decades.
At the Three Of Perfect Pair Music Camp, Adrian, Tony and Pat will share meals, tales from the road, and maybe 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.
Adrian, Tony and Pat will not only interact directly with campers, but will also follow an itinerary shaped in part by those campers. Upon registration, all attendees will fill out a questionnaire about their ideas and hopes for the camp experience. That feedback will help set the agenda for the Three Of A Perfect Pair’s open curriculum.
Adrian and Pat comment on last year’s camp experiences:
“What a blast we had last year! The resort is beautiful, the food is great, the staff is excellent. I'm looking forward to seeing ‘old friends’ from last year and making new friends again. Some personal highlights for me from last time include learning Crimson songs with Pat and Tony, teaching a group of 30 guitarists the parts to ‘Frame By Frame,’ and our monster 78-person jam!

We have so much fun, impart so much information, give out so much free stuff, and tell just about every funny story that's ever happened to the three of us. The nightly bonfires and jams sessions over beers are more icing on the cake. I'm certain this year's event will be even better and I can't wait!”--Adrian Belew
"The camp was much more a family affair than I imagined. We all interacted so casually and with a friendly feeling of mutual enjoyment. I brought my wife and watching her interact with the campers was fun for me. She enjoyed it so much she wants the camp to become an annual family vacation." --Pat Mastelotto
Attendees at Three Of A Perfect Pair will have access to all workshops, seminars, gourmet meals, performances, and camp activities. Three Of A Perfect Pair Music Camp offers a variety of pricing options, based on the variety of available accommodations. All camp activities will be held at Full Moon Resort, which features an eclectic array of comfortable, rustic country-inn accommodations including simple B&B style guest rooms with shared hallway baths, guest rooms with private baths, country cottages with living rooms and kitchens, and even “luxury camping” in a yurt. “Primitive” campsites are also available. All accommodations are just steps away from daily camp activities. The grounds offer one hundred acres of meadows, forests and streams providing a natural backdrop for an unforgettable, enriching experience. Visitors will also enjoy the spring-fed swimming pool, onsite access to the Esopus Creek, and exploring the splendors of the Catskills on the nearby network of hiking trails. The 5-day vacation will be free of interruptions as there is no cell phone reception at Full Moon Resort or elsewhere in Big Indian, NY.
2012 marks the second annual Three Of A Perfect Pair retreat at the pastoral Full Moon Resort. The camp is part of the successful Music Masters Camp Series ( held at Full Moon Resort. For more information about this year’s Three Of A Perfect Pair Music Camp – and to see a recap of last year’s camp – go to A video review of the 2011 camp is online at
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