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Sep26

Tina Bergmann at the Southern California Dulcimer Heritage Festival

NOW ONLINE via ZOOM!! , ~, ~~

THIS FESTIVAL IS NOW BEING HELD ONLINE! All of the information you'll need is here-- https://scdh.org/SCDH/Welcome.html

ALL TIMES LISTED ARE PACIFIC TIME

This is a festival with workshops and performances for Hammered and Mountain dulcimers and other instruments. I will be teaching workshops for all levels Saturday from 9:30am-3:15 pm, and taking part in a performance that also includes mountain dulcimer great Neal Hellman on Saturday evening at 6. Bryan Thomas will join me on bass for the concert.

On Sunday from 10am-2pm you'll have the opportunity for a dulcimer intensive class entitled "O'Carolan Treasures" in which we learn and explore several lesser known tunes by the Irish harpist Turlough O'Carolan. The class is for Hammered Dulcimer and mixed instruments.

-The festival concert, 6-8pm Pacific Time will feature Bryan and myself, and Neal Hellman through https://onlineconcertthing.com and is $15 per household. You will need to go through the registration/payment system at https://onlineconcertthing.com to have access to the concert.

Sep27

Tina Bergmann at the Southern California Dulcimer Heritage Festival

NOW ONLINE via ZOOM!!

On Sunday from 10am-2pm you'll have the opportunity for a dulcimer intensive class entitled "O'Carolan Treasures" in which we learn and explore several lesser known tunes by the Irish harpist Turlough O'Carolan. The class is for Hammered Dulcimer and mixed instruments.

REGISTRATION AND MORE INFORMATION HERE--https://scdh.org/SCDH/Welcome.html

RESILIENCE: Music for Troubled Times. with Apollo's Fire

The Bath Church, UCC, 3980 W Bath Rd, Akron, OH 44333

London, 1665: A year-long plague held the city in its grip, but haunting folk ballads and laments of Dowland and Purcell wafted from the windows of empty streets. Two centuries later, outbreaks of cholera and dysentery could not prevent Americans from raising their voices in joyous harmony at the end of the Civil War. In this new program from Jeannette Sorrell, nine musicians conjure up these two historic pandemics through music, diaries and poems as we celebrate the resilience of the human spirit. WE SHALL OVERCOME.

NOTE: For your health and safety, Apollo’s Fire will implement Ohio’s health guidelines at the time of each concert. This may include social distancing, facial masks, capacity limits, and quick temperature checks at the door (using non-contact digital forehead scanners).

Tickets and more information at www.apollosfire.org.

RESILIENCE: Music for Troubled Times with Apollo's Fire

Cleveland Art Museum, Recital Hall, 11150 East Blvd, Cleveland

London, 1665: A year-long plague held the city in its grip, but haunting folk ballads and laments of Dowland and Purcell wafted from the windows of empty streets. Two centuries later, outbreaks of cholera and dysentery could not prevent Americans from raising their voices in joyous harmony at the end of the Civil War. In this new program from Jeannette Sorrell, nine musicians conjure up these two historic pandemics through music, diaries and poems as we celebrate the resilience of the human spirit. WE SHALL OVERCOME.

NOTE: For your health and safety, Apollo’s Fire will implement Ohio’s health guidelines at the time of each concert. This may include social distancing, facial masks, capacity limits, and quick temperature checks at the door (using non-contact digital forehead scanners).

More information and ticket sales at www.apollosfire.org

RESILIENCE: Music for Troubled Times with Apollo's Fire

First Baptist Church, Shaker Heights, 3630 Fairmount Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44118

London, 1665: A year-long plague held the city in its grip, but haunting folk ballads and laments of Dowland and Purcell wafted from the windows of empty streets. Two centuries later, outbreaks of cholera and dysentery could not prevent Americans from raising their voices in joyous harmony at the end of the Civil War. In this new program from Jeannette Sorrell, nine musicians conjure up these two historic pandemics through music, diaries and poems as we celebrate the resilience of the human spirit. WE SHALL OVERCOME.

NOTE: For your health and safety, Apollo’s Fire will implement Ohio’s health guidelines at the time of each concert. This may include social distancing, facial masks, capacity limits, and quick temperature checks at the door (using non-contact digital forehead scanners).

More information and tickets at www.apollosfire.org