Dulcimer Crossing Workshop
Finding the "form"ula in your music
Lorinda is available to provide solo performances on Celtic harp and mountain dulcimer. Solo performances are great for small and large audiences and can be tailored to suit the needs of your event.
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Lorinda is the harpist for traditional Irish music trio na Skylark. Enjoy the ancient sounds of the pipes and harp, Irish flute and tin whistle, fiddle, voice, and the American mountain dulcimer.
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Lorinda is the director for this community harp ensemble. The ensemble has performed at special events throughout the community. The Heartland Harps are accompanied by flute, psaltery, bowed dulcimer, accordion, Irish whistle, and vocals. This large ensemble provides a beautiful experience for large and small venues.
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Lorinda is the artistic director and a founding member of the Heartland Dulcimer Club. The Club adds a lot of fun and great music to any event. You can learn more about the Heartland Dulcimer Club at heartlanddulcimerclub.org
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Lorinda Jones and friends provide a "Musical Journey of Kentucky" through songs, stories, instrument demonstrations, history, and LOTS of participation. This action-packed 45-60 minute program engages the students from the first notes of the native American Indian flute to the toe tapping jigs of early America. The show is enhanced by a slideshow that encourages the students to be engaged with the history of America's folk roots music in the mountains of Kentucky. With special emphasis on the mountain dulcimer, which is the state instrument of Kentucky, students get an understanding of its role in the development of folk music and the blending of the cultures that brought it to America.
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$95 early bird discount through May. $115 after June 1, 2022
Class Dates/Times: 1:30 PM Eastern June 14, 28; July 12, 26; August 9, 23
To help keep you making music, I am offering private & group lessons via Zoom.
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To sign up for a group or private lesson, contact Lorinda here.