Taylor Books, Charleston, WV, Sat. Sept. 10 with Colleen Anderson

Heidi is back in Charleston briefly as a solo act (Bob is staying back in Oregon) and excited to play again at Taylor Books, especially because she’s teaming up with songwriter friend Colleen Anderson and guitarist George Castelle. They’ll all be doing some songs solo and some collaborations with harmony. It should be a wonderful night! Come early for good seats. Saturday, September 10 7:30 – 9:30. No cover but tips appreciated! (and CDs will be for sale)

Learn to Play Dulcimer, Road Scholar Week, Ripley WV

Friday, Sept. 9 to Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016 – Spend a week learning to play the Appalachian dulcimer with Heidi Muller at the Cedar Lakes Crafts Center in Ripley, WV. This will be Heidi’s 11th year teaching this Road Scholar program. The class is geared to complete beginners, and has gotten rave reviews from those who have never touched a dulcimer to those who have tried to start on their own or had a few lessons. By the end of the week you will have learned a variety of playing techniques, good practice habits, and have a repertoire of new tunes to take home with you. To sign up, go to www.roadscholar.org.

Great American Dulcimer Convention, Pineville, KY, Sept. 23-25, 2016

Heidi is excited to return as an instructor and solo performer! The Great American Dulcimer Convention is held at Pine Mountain State Park in Kentucky, starting Friday evening, Sept. 23. Heidi will teach an Advanced-Beginner to Intermediate class Saturday morning that includes some West Virginia fiddle tunes, and will give an Intermediate-Advanced class on Fingerpicked Dulcimer Duos on Saturday afternoon. There are also several performance slots scheduled throughout the weekend. For more information, please visit: www.americandulcimerconvention.com.

Wallowa Lake Lodge Christmas Program, Sat-Sun, Dec. 3-4, 2016

Bob and Heidi are honored to be asked to participate once again in this wonderful annual holiday program hosted by one of Wallowa County’s most popular residents, retired music teacher Gail Swart. A dozen or so performers will play both familiar and lesser-known holiday songs after dinner in the Lodge’s art deco-style dining room, plus there will be caroling and a bell choir, and piano music from Gail herself. Program starts at 5:00 pm on both Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 and 4. It always sells out, so call the lodge soon to make reservations: 541-432-9821.