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Upcoming Workshops

These are an ongoing benefit for Workshop and Mentor subscribers of DulcimerCrossing but you can purchase a ticket for a single workshop below

Patti Amelotte

Thurs, July 21st, 5 pm MDT

What's in a name? That which we call a jig
By any other name would sound as sweet

This borrowed Shakespearean reference is used to state that the names of things do not affect what they really are. Whatever you call them, jigs are wonderful tunes but the descriptions single jig, slide, jig, double jig and slip jig, while sharing some things in common, are very different in feel. We will explore these different kinds of jigs, we will learn a couple and talk about strumming patterns for mountain dulcimer and hammering patterns for hammered dulcimer.

A hammered dulcimer-focused workshop

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Grant Olson

Thurs, Aug 11, 5 pm MDT




A mountain dulcimer-focused workshop

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Thurs, in Sept , at 5 pm MDT



A hammered dulcimer-focused workshop

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The Dulcimer Crossing Teachers

Our teachers have decades of experience, they span multiple generations and instruments and come from all over the country (and Germany!).  They bring a wide range of dulcimer expertise to the community in order to enrich and equip our playing of the sweet music.

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It all started with a dream…

In 2007, my husband and I were living in St. Thomas, preparing to move back to the states.
We planned to settle in Franklin, TN, 30 miles south of Nashville, and open a dulcimer store at “The Factory,” a historic building that was once a stove factory but...

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