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Redwood Dulcimer Day, July 30

Purrgirl 10 Jun 11 - 03:49 PM
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Subject: Redwood Dulcimer Day, July 30
From: Purrgirl
Date: 10 Jun 11 - 03:49 PM

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR 11th ANNUAL REDWOOD DULCIMER DAY

WHO: Nationally recognized dulcimer stars Leo Kretzner, Peter Tommerup and Neal Hellman plus local dulcimer teacher Ron Beardslee.

WHAT: A full day of music instruction, jam sessions, socializing and outdoor relaxation with some of the finest and most inspiring instructors available anywhere. Instruction this year covers a wide variety of styles, including Italian, Scandinavian, early music, French waltzes, Celtic, and American blues.

WHEN: Saturday July 30, 2011. Doors Open At 9 AM.

WHERE: "Boomeria," an enchanting outdoor setting among the majestic redwood forest in the hills above Santa Cruz. Boomeria features a three story castle, catacombs, a swimming pool and a massive working pipe organ.

60 Verde Drive, Bonny Doon, California
Approximately 20 minutes from the city of Santa Cruz.

WHY: Now in its 11th year, Redwood Dulcimer Day provides ample opportunities to learn, play, listen, discuss the dulcimer and connect with kindred dulcimer spirits in a relaxing, stress-free environment.

Redwood Dulcimer Day workshops focus on playing and enjoying the mountain dulcimer, an instrument known both for its sweet tone and its ease of playing. As one of the easiest instruments to learn, beginners will be playing simple tunes by the end of the day. More experienced musicians have an opportunity to expand their musical horizons through this lovely instrument, limited only by their own interests and ambitions.

HOW: Registration $45 in Advance, $55 at the Door. Loaner instruments are available at no extra charge. Reservations and information at http://www.redwooddulcimerday.com

ADDITIONAL: A faculty concert will be held Friday, July 29 7:30 PM at the Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist, 125 Canterbury Drive, Aptos, California. Suggested donation $15 general; $12 student/senior.


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Subject: RE: Redwood Dulcimer Day, July 30
From: Purrgirl
Date: 10 Jun 11 - 03:53 PM

Dear Musical Friends,

Hi! I'm new to the list and Joe and Mick invited me to post the information about Redwood Dulcimer Day. I have attended this event for many years and have always had a hecka good time. If you're curious about the mountain dulcimer - or already love it - please think about coming to Santa Cruz on July 30. It's a very beautiful, very unusual location, a great group of folks, wonderful instructors and an all-around magical day in the redwood forest.

Yours in music,
Jayme Kelly Curtis (aka Purrgirl, aka Dulcimer Girl!)


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Subject: RE: Redwood Dulcimer Day, July 30
From: ClaireBear
Date: 10 Jun 11 - 05:25 PM

I can personally attest that Boomeria is indeed a strange and wondrous place.

I've never made it to Dulcimer Day, though ... this could be the year.

Claire


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Subject: RE: Redwood Dulcimer Day, July 30
From: Purrgirl
Date: 14 Jun 11 - 05:13 PM

I hope it is! You would be a wonderful addition to the camp, Claire! Such a lovely voice.


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