I just looked at the web site and see they do a "Band Scramble". That
sounds like fun. Do any other festivals do something like that?
On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 09:26:27PM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi All! I have been off the list for awhile and I am not sure if anyone put an
> announcement up yet, but we are having the 11th annual Colorado Dulcimer
> festival this coming February 7 and 8th in Fort Collins Colorado-here is the
> press release and a link to the website-would love to see some new faces
> there-it is always a fun time and lots of great workshops and jamming!
> If anyone would like a copy of the poster to print out and hang up, if you
> in the surrounding western states-you can find it on the website--we would
> really appreciate the help getting the word out!
> Marta Dean
> 11^th Annual Colorado Dulcimer Festival
> Come and learn how to play, or improve your current technique on the
> We are an entertaining, educational festival (held at Shepherd of the Hillâs
> Lutheran Church in Fort Collins) with 2 days of workshops for hammered and
> mountain (lap) dulcimer, from absolute beginners to advanced players. There
> jam sessions throughout both days, and concerts on both evenings. We have
> "headliner" teachers who are nationally known dulcimer players from out of
> state to come and teach both instruments, as well as several wonderful local
> teachers who have been with us for 11 years. We have rental instruments
> available. All the instructors will also play in the concerts. Our headliner
> teachers this year are Rob Brereton (mountain dulcimer) and Andy Young
> (hammered dulcimer).
> Early bird discount registration is available until December 15th!
> We will have concert tickets available at the door both nights (concerts will
> be from 7-9:30 pm) for folks who aren't attending the workshops but want to
> hear the instruments played wonderfully.
> We encourage anyone who has ever had curiosity about or an interest in
> either of these wonderful instruments to attend the workshops, or at the very
> least, come to the concerts and see some of the best players in the country!
> Information and registration at http://coloradodulcimerfestival.com/
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