The largest virtual dulcimer festival is back again! After two successful online events with hundreds of students in attendance, QuaranTune 3.0 will have 52 instructors offering hour-long classes in mountain and hammered dulcimer. Heidi is honored to be invited to be one of them. She will teach 8 classes over the two days.
Stay tuned for more details! Info will be posted soon at virtualdulcimerfest.com .
Our 10th Annual Dulcimer Week in the Wallowas will not happen in 2020 as planned, but is being moved to next year due to the coronavirus. Our event wil present classes in learning to play the Appalachian mountain dulcimer during the week of July 4-10, 2021. 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. Registration will reopen on February 1, 2021.
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 email@example.com. For further info, please go to www.roadscholar.org.