Folk Music At

Weatherbury Farm

Folk Music on the Farm
 

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        Folk Music Jam:     Saturday October 18 2014 


" Indeed, they've nailed some top-name instructors... But regardless of the teacher or the instrument, the student is likely to come away with expectations exceeded, as was the case with me ....And don't be afraid to get up close and personal.  For me, petting the goats and sheep was a novel experience and added immeasurably to the overall allure of the surroundings."
Rick M of Maryland, as posted on cyberpluckers
 

 

Take a moment to imagine yourself and your favorite instrument away from the cares of daily life. You and a few other people get to spend hours a day with a caring instructor for a week or for a weekend. You donít have to be concerned about taking care of all of the everyday concerns of life. You can spend the time really concentrating on the things you want to learn. It may sound too good to be true, but this is the vision for the folk music workshops at Weatherbury Farm.

A super slate of nationally renowned instructors participated in Weatherbury Farm's series of Folk Music on the Farm workshops. Workshops have been offered in autoharp, mountain dulcimer, hammered dulcimer, recorder and guitar at the beginning and intermediate level.  If you really want the chance to concentrate on the music, consider an escape to the tranquility of a folk music workshop at Weatherbury Farm.

Weatherbury Farm has "Escape to Tranquility" as a slogan. These peaceful farm surroundings are an excellent match for the peacefulness of the music that our featured musicians offer. There are comfortable rooms and no need to leave the farm, but for those who want to take an afternoon or evening trip, there are many local attractions nearby.

Beyond all of that is the final key, a chance to spend quality time with an instructor and fellow students without all of the distractions that happen at many of the week long workshops. Many people love all of those extra things, but many people really want the chance to concentrate on the learning they have come to do, and a great way to do that is to escape to the tranquility at Weatherbury Farm.

For much more information about the venue, check http://weatherburyfarm.com for all kinds of information.

 


 

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            Folk Music Jam:  Saturday October 20 2012   &   Saturday June 8 2013      




Weatherbury Farm Vacation
1061 Sugar Run Road
Avella, Pennsylvania 15312

Autoharp, Mountain Dulcimer, Hammered Dulcimer, Clawhammer Banjo, Bowed Psaltry  Workshops and Concerts. 
Mountain Dulcimer is also known as an Appalachian dulcimer, lap dulcimer or fretted dulcimer.
Some folks call Hammered Dulcimers Hammer Dulcimers
(724) 587-3763 (Dale or Marcy Tudor; location questions)
(330) 332-4420 (Bill Schilling, music questions)


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