Tull Glazener Mountain Dulcimer Performer Workshop Teacher Festival Folk Music
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Tull Glazener Mountain Dulcimer Performer Workshop Teacher Festival Folk Music
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2004 Schedule



January 24 - Pocono Dulcimer Club Winter Dulcimer Festival
(Guy George will also be participating) Stroudsburg, PA   Tull will be teachering the workshops: Repertoire for MD - Advanced; 
Click here for a Informational Webpage for the 2004 Pocono Club's 2nd Annual Winter Dulcimer Fest
Intro to Flatpicking - Novice;  and
Moving Bass line - Int/Adv
(contact: Norm Williams -
dulcinut@ptd.net

 

April 18-23, 2004   Spring Dulcimer Week - part of the Augusta Heritage Festival, Davis&Elkins College, Elkins, WV

April 30-May 2, 2004   Wyoming Dulcifest - Wyoming, Ohio
(now THAT's confusing!!!) - w/Guy George
Tull's workshops are:
Saturday:  9:00 AM, Playing in Other Keys, Advanced Beginner;  10:30 AM, Duets, Rounds and Ensemble Playing, Intermediate;  1:30 PM, Repertoire for Mtn Dulcimer, Intermediate

 

May 16 - Cumberland Arts Folk Traditions concert
                 Cumberland First Baptist Church
                 116 S Muessing Street - Indianapolis, IN
                 Concert starts at 4pm
Click here to go to the Grover Museum Website
                 (317)894-2645


May 22, 2004
- Blue River Dulcimer Festival
Shelbyville, IN 


This festival is being sponsored by the
Shelby County Historical Society. 
Contact Grover Museum for more information:  
grover@lightbound.com
Website is: 
www.grovermuseum.org 

(This will be updated soon.)   
Phone is:  317/392-4634



May 28-30, 2004

Dulci-More Festival 10 ♫☺♫
on Memorial Day Weekend
with Guy George
at BSA Camp McKinley,
37748 Furnace Road, Lisbon, Ohio.

Click on this web URL for more information
http://web.raex.com/~ssssbill/festival.htm

Click here for a .PDF flyer
 

June 5-6  (w/ Guy George) White River Folk Festival (Conner Prairie, Noblesville, IN) The festival website is http://whiteriverfolkfestival.org/index.html and yes, that is Tull and Jim Sperry . . .

June 28 - July 2 Kentucky Music Week (Bardstown, KY) For more information, you may click here

July 10-11 - Gebhard Woods Festival (Morris, Illinois) http://gwdf.org/
 

July 29 - July 31, 2004   SamFest -  Houston, TX (with Guy George) For more information you may go to http://sam-fest.com/details.htm

Saturday, August 7, 2004
Cincinnati Dulcimer Celebration!
Mountain and Hammered Dulcimer Workshops and Concert


We will be emphasizing the learning of new techniques, with a goal of helping students make those old tunes seem brand new again.  Once you've picked up these new tricks, you'll be able to apply them to all the tunes you know, and really give a boost to your playing.  Lofty goals?  Yup, but that's where we're aiming.

Our faculty includes Tull Glazener, Sam Stone, Tom and Missy Strothers, and John Sackenheim on the MD side, and Guy George, Molly Freibert, and Joyce Harrison on the HD team.

There will be twenty different workshops during the day, and you will always have a choice about which to attend, on either instrument.  We'll also have an evening concert and daytime open stage and jamming times.

If this project is successful (that is, if we don't go broke doing it), we'll go for it again and again.  For a first-time event, we are very excited and pleased that we've been able to bring together so many wonderful teacher/performers.  A website page will be available soon, but in the meantime, you can write to Cincinnati Dulcimer Celebration at PO Box 531111, Cincinnati OH 45253-1111, or email to dulcimerhouse@aol.com  for more information.  So far, the above info is about all we have, but we would love to hear from you, and what your interest might be in attending this event.

 
August 20-22 - Great River Road Festival (Pierre Marquette State Park (Grafton, Illinois).  More information is available here
 
 
September 19th - DULCIMER SOCIETY OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS (DSNI) in Wilmette, Illinois

September 19, 2004: Tull Glazener & Guy George—Tull and Guy’s extraordinary talents on mountain and hammer dulcimer, respectively, will be showcased in this double workshop event on Ensemble Playing. We’ll also hear their own ensemble playing, which runs the gamut from traditional to jazz and can combine dulcimers with steel drum, saxophone, flute and more.

We will begin with separate workshops for the mountain and hammer players, then come together to play as an ensemble and for the mini-concert. In order for us to have all this fun, please try to arrive early enough to be ready to start playing by 2 pm. This event will be held at our regular meeting site, St. Augustine's Church, 1140 Wilmette Avenue, Wilmette, IL. There is a map for this location on our website, www.everythingdulcimer.com/dsni/  There will be a fee for this event of $15 for members and $18 for non-members.

We open our meeting room at 1:30 p.m. for instrument set-up and tuning; playing begins at 2:00 p.m. Players of all acoustic instruments are welcome. Even though meetings are sometimes led by a musician who plays only the mountain or only the hammered dulcimer, we always have sheet music, chord designations and TAB available and meetings are designed to provide fun for all. For more info call 847-432-1701 or visit the club website at www.everythingdulcimer.com/dsni/ 

 
 
November 13-14 - Southeastern Ohio Dulcimer Festival (Stewart, Ohio)
November 18-21- North Georgia Foothills Dulcimer Association's annual festival held at Unicoi State Park in Helen, GA http://www.ngfda.org/
 
 
(317) 291-5414
6936 West 71st Street
Indianapolis, IN 46278-1609
tull3942@yahoo.com
Tull Glazener Mountain Dulcimer Performer Workshop Teacher Festival Folk Music
 
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