Heidi will return again to teach 10 classes at the second year of this VIRTUAL dulcimer festival! Classes are scheduled from Thursday to Saturday, Nov. 18-20 and bring in students from around the world. Heidi and Bob will also perform in the online concert. For registration, workshop info, and schedule, please visit: https://www.ngfda.com/events
Heidi will teach 6 classes on Friday-Saturday, Oct. 8-9 at this wonderful worldwide mountain and hammered dulcimer festival! Please visit www.virtualdulcimerfest.com to see the list of instructors, workshops, schedule, and registration information. Cost is only $10 per class, limited to 30 students. With 70 instructors, there will also be concerts on four days for one ticket price. This is the largest online dulcimer event in the world!
Heidi’s college roommate and singing partner from back in the ’70’s is coming to visit. Gail Finnie is a well known folksinger and songwriter from the Boston area who plays guitar, uke, mountain dulcimer. They’re putting together a small concert in Wallowa County, by invitation only. For more information, please email Heidi from the home page.
Our 10th Annual Dulcimer Week in the Wallowas could not happen in 2020 as planned, but is hoping to gather July 4-10, 2021 if possible. Our event will present classes in learning to play the Appalachian mountain dulcimer. Nationally-known instructors Susan Trump, Dave Haas, Jeff Furman, and Bob Webb will teach classes for all skill levels, from beginners on up to advanced. People without a dulcimer may rent one. Evening activities include jams and special programs, including an open mic and staff concert.
For complete information and registration, please visit www.wallowadulcimer.com. While we’re keeping an eye on the latest pandemic news, we’ve delayed opening till registration March 12, 2021. We hope to better understand if we can move forward then.
Heidi will return for her 15th year to teach a week-long BEGINNING CLASS in mountain dulcimer, at the Cedar Lakes Conference Center in Ripley, WV. This is a Road Scholar-sponsored program, and registration is available at www.roadscholar.org. Costs include lodging in the very nice, motel-style Holt Lodge onsite, and meals all week provided by the conference center.
Students should bring their own dulcimers. If anyone wants to learn but doesn’t have one, please contact the instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further info, please go to www.roadscholar.org.