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QuaranTUNE Dulcimer Festival – Feb. 5 – 7, 2021 Joe Collins Online Christmas Workshops Virtual WorkshopsOnly a few slots are still open in Joe Collin’s virtual workshops this December. Class size is limited to 25. Please click on any of the titles below to find out more information, and sign up soon before the slots are gone! Wednesday, December 2 (4 – 5:15 pm Eastern) “A … Continue reading Online Opportunities
NOTE: With fall weather upon us, the times of gathering outdoors in pleasant temperatures is past! Until we are able to meet safely indoors, our jams are “on hold”. Updates to our schedule will be announced here and via email to club members. NEXT JAM – TBD October 17, 2020 – 2 – 4 pm at Shelter #2, Oakdale Park, Bridgewater. We had an outdoor … Continue reading Join Us At Our Next Jam
In Memory of TOM SCANLAN, DULCIMER MAN by Dinah Ansley on behalf of the Blue Ridge Mountain Dulcimer Players Club One day, about 15 years ago, two people took note of an instrument they heard played on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The moment changed mountain dulcimer history in Central Virginia and beyond. With extraordinary dedication and enthusiasm, Tom and Jan Scanlan became this area’s strongest … Continue reading In Memory of Tom Scanlan
We are saddened to hear of Madeline MacNeil’s passing. She is known as the “Mother of Modern Day Dulcimer” and shaped her career around playing dulcimer and accompanied by her lovely clear voice.Maddie was the founder and original publisher of DULCIMER PLAYER NEWS, a position she held for almost three decades. In the early years, the publication was assembled and mailed from her dining room … Continue reading Remembering Madeline MacNeil
The officers of the Blue Ridge Mountain Dulcimer Players Club extend our appreciation to Debbie Campbell for her service as Secretary of the Blue Ridge Mountain Dulcimer Player for slightly more than a year. Each month Debbie sent out jam reminders, as well as club announcements. With the increasing demand of caring for her family members, as well as her work requirements, Debbie feels she … Continue reading Thanks to our secretaries!