Steve Eulberg teaches mountain and hammered dulcimers on our site, Steve is a 5-time national mountain dulcimer winner and 3-time national hammered dulcimer finalist. He earned a Master of Music Education degree from Boston University. A popular guitar instructor for JamPlay.com, Steve teaches dulcimers in his studio in Fort Collins and is in demand at festivals, weekend and week-long dulcimer workshops across the USA.
For the past 30 years Steve has been weaving old-timey music with blues and contemporary tunes adding original songs into a tapestry of “smile-inducing, toe-tapping folkgrass” that captivates and energizes audiences of all ages. His music has been featured on United Airlines’ Inflight Audio, PBS’s Roadtrip Nation and National Public Radio. An active touring musician, film and theater composer, he has had several songs in the Top 10 Independent Country Chart reported by The Music Review.
Steve has prepared a video for you, telling a bit more about himself.
Our hammered dulcimer teacher is Linda Ratcliff. Linda has been teaching all of her life. Her degree is in music education, and she taught piano for many years as well as working in elementary and middle school classrooms. Later, she moved into the arena of online teaching, and her first job was teaching English in Japan via the Internet for three years. She wrote a course called His Kids, eligible for CEU's for child care workers and providers in some states, now available online. Linda is also a certified trainer for "Time to Teach," and travels to present seminars on highly effective strategies for classroom management.
Linda has also prepared a video, telling more about herself.
"Angeline the Baker" is taught by guest instructor Erin Rogers, the youngest person to win the Mountain Dulcimer Contest - being only 17 in 2004 when she won. She is part of Scenic Roots, a duo with her sister, Amber, and has been a favorite teacher at the Colorado Dulcimer Festival for 3 different years.