Friday, January 5, 2018

CTO ... Marya Katz set to Teach Workshop in Winston Salem

Check This Out... Marya Katz has made a tradition of offering a hammered dulcimer workshop on MLK Monday these past several years. If you haven't met Marya yet, she's a great teacher... really knows how to make it fun! If you have the day off, and are in the mood for a little day trip, check it out!

MARYA KATZ  will teach a hammered dulcimer WORKSHOP
Monday, January 15, 2018
9:00am – 3:30pm
College Park Baptist Church
1701 Polo Road, Winson Salem
All levels welcome
Cost: $60, includes all handouts and lunch; make payment that day
Contact: BOTH Marya Katz AND Terry Lefler to reserve your spot

See additional details from Marya below:

We are ON for the annual MLK day hammered dulcimer workshop on January 15th, at College Park Baptist Church. Our theme this year will be "Red, White, and Blue" - we'll do some chord exploration and ornamentation/embellishments to provide "color" in a melody.  

The building will be open by 8:30 am for everyone to meet, greet, and tune (if you didn't arrive in tune, but of course that wouldn't happen...right?).  Coffee, tea, water,  and a few goodies will probably be available at that time.  The first session begins at 9:00, and we will break for lunch around noon.  The second session begins around 1:00 pm, going until 3:30.  $60 will cover the cost of the workshop, all handouts, AND lunch.  I'll also have a few of my books and CDs available for purchase in case your library is in need of more music!

Terry Lefler will be in charge of taking lunch orders within the next week, so if you would - please send your affirmative response to this notice to both of us ( AND ( so that he'll know to contact you with the lunch choices, and I'll know to bring enough handouts, etc.

I've already heard from several of you, so I know we'll be having a great time playing music together.  Just in case you've forgotten, our theme this year will be "Red, White, and Blue" - we are going to do some more chord exploration and ornamentation/embellishments (to provide "color" in a melody).  

Looking forward to seeing you - and of course, invite anyone else you can think of to come along (just forward this email to anyone not in the "To" list above so they'll get this message).  I try to gear my workshops for all levels of hammered dulcimer playing so everyone should feel comfortable that day.

Smiles to all,

 p.s.  A little extra gift to anyone who actually wears red, white, and blue!

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