Gail and Heidi are excited to perform one of their long-awaited reunion concerts, performing songs both solo and together on guitar and Appalachian dulcimer. They played years ago as a duo in the Boston area but went on to become solo performers, each on their own coast! This is a Matinee from about 3:00 – 5:00 pm. It will also stream worldwide on Concertwindow.com so you can see it from anywhere!
Cambridge, MA – Club Passim Matinee Concert with Gail Finnie
Saturday, Sept. 26, 3:00 – 5:00 (Matinee)
Tickets: $15 in advance, $18 at the door
Buy online at: http://www.passim.org/calendar (click on our Sept. 26 listing)
*Concert can also be viewed online on ConcertWindow.com – check out this great way to see concerts streaming in real time from all over the country!
Artist info: www.gailfinnie.com / www.heidimuller.com
Heidi will be giving a solo house concert hosted by Don Moore in Bloomfield, CT on Monday, Sept. 21 from 7:30 – 9:00 pm. Admission is by donation of $10-15 at the door. For reservations and directions, please call Don at 860-242-3003. Seating is limited so please reserve your spot early. Potluck at 6:00 pm.
Heidi Muller will teach two Mountain Dulcimer workshops and give a 45-minute concert on Sunday, September 20, 2015, at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 15 Ridge Place, in Latham, NY. Workshops will run 1:30 to 2:45 and 3:00 to 4:15, and the concert is planned for 4:45 to 5:30. The event is sponsored by DAA (Dulcimer Association of Albany).
Workshops: $25 for one or $45 for both (includes concert)
Concert admission only: $5.00
To sign up for workshops, please email CarolLynn Langley at email@example.com
Artist Info: www.heidimuller.com
1:30 – 2:45 West Virginia Fiddle Tunes (Novice to Intermediate)
Learn some toe-tapping, old-time music from West Virginia’s fiddle tradition in the keys of D, G and A. We’ll play tunes from Sherman Hammons, Melvin Wine and others, using strumming and slides. Please bring capo.
3:00 – 4:15 Playing Together in Parts (Novice to Intermediate)
We’ll play some fun and beautiful pieces together in two and three parts, including a round, waltzes, and more. Parts will range from easy to more challenging, including strumming, fingerpicking and flatpicking.
Heidi will teach “Learn to Play the Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer” for her 8th consecutive year at the Cedar Lakes Crafts Center in Ripley, WV. This is a Road Scholar program offered alongside other classes in quilting, woodworking, stained glass and more. We gather on Sunday, September 13 and have daily classes for Beginners from Monday through Friday morning. You will play simple songs on the first day in this joyful, small class setting. Students are expected to bring their own dulcimer, but if you don’t have your own, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by August 15.
To register, visit www.roadscholar.org.
Tumbleweed Music Festival, Howard Amon Park in downtown Richland, WA
On Sunday, Sept. 6, Bob & Heidi will perform the last set of the festival at 5:30 on the North Stage. Prior to that, they will participate in the Songs of Eastern Washington onstage panel, with Heidi performing her original songs Cassiopeia, Palouse Lullaby, Anatone and 32 Pairs of Shoes, along with Hank Cramer, Aiice Winship, Tom Rawson, and Micki Perry.
The Tumbleweed Festival is an event hosted by the Three Rivers Folklife Society – one of the best little folk festivals in the Northwest!