Mon, Nov 4
Mon, Dec 9
Intermediate Mountain Dulcimer Ensemble w/DJ Hamouris
2020 Addison Street
Berkeley, CA, 94704
Intermediate Mountain Dulcimer Ensemble
We'll have fun learning to play in an ensemble with duets, trios, and possibly more. Genres will include classical, early music, and folk tunes. A good workout for the intermediate player!
You should feel comfortable reading tablature and practicing during the week. Some music may use a capo, and we will be employing ornaments, finger-picking and flat-picking, as needed. Music will be given before each class, so you can study your part at home. Those pre-registered will get a digital packet before the first class.
Deborah (DJ to her friends) is a performer, songwriter, teacher, recording artist, choral director, and community music organizer. She teaches mountain dulcimer classes at Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse; directs the singing group Women & Song; and teaches private voice, mountain dulcimer, and songwriting. Deborah founded the Berkeley Dulcimer Gathering at The Freight in 2013, continuing to it's 8th annual events in May, 2020. With Steve Eulberg, she co-founded the Berkeley Dulcimer Orchestra in 2014 , currently in it's 7th season. Musically versatile, she performs as both a jazz vocalist as well as a traditionally-influenced songsmith on her dulcimer.
DJ has seven recordings, the most recent being a collaboration with renowned guitarist, Mimi Fox -- “1 in 8,” songs written during her year as a breast cancer patient. This music accompanies their theatrical show of the same name, including personal stories from a patient’s perspective. A book of her music and original arrangements is planned for a 2019 release in celebration of her 40th year with the dulcimer.
DJ lives in her Oakland craftsman cottage with Buffalo. When time and the cat permit, she knits. Learn more about DJ at djhamouris.com
$130 Early Bird before 10/31/19 / $140 Regular
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