is an award-winning mountain dulcimer player who is known for his smooth and expressive style. And his gentle, humorous, and effective teaching style has made him a popular instructor at numerous mountain dulcimer workshops across the country. Jeff, who lives in North Carolina, is a multi-instrumentalist who has been playing old-time music since 1980. Primarily a clawhammer banjo player for many years, he developed a rhythmic and melodic style which has heavily influenced his dulcimer playing.
34th Annual Mountain Dulcimer Music Fest
Calvary United Methodist Church
15 Ridge Place
Registration is now open! You can find the link to the registration form below, as well as links to all the other info you will need to register for this year’s festival. T-shirts and tote bags can be ordered directly from Custom Ink using the links that will be provided on the t-shirt page soon to be posted. Further information (if any) will be posted as it becomes available, and will also be sent to those on our email list. If you are not already on this list and would like to be added to the list, please contact Lori at Lark119@Citlink.net
We are requiring all festival participants, workshop leaders, concert attendees, staff, and volunteers to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. For the safety of the group we are not making any exceptions. We ask that you be prepared to show proof of vaccination when you arrrive at the festival.
2022 REGISTRATION FORM
for Saturday Box Lunches
DETAILS AND ARRANGEMENTS
TEE SHIRTS AND TOTE BAGS
CARDBOARD DULCIMER KITS
& THE KNITTING CIRCLE!
MAP AND DIRECTIONS
Neal and Coleen Walters
live in Greencastle, PA but grew up in Southern California. Singing and playing since the early ‘60’s, their music has been influenced by many different artists and styles of music. Their current repertoire includes songs from the 1700’s through Gordon Lightfoot, Doc Watson, the Carter Family,’40’s standards and even a couple of Beatles songs. Autoharp, dulcimer, and banjo are Neal’s instruments of choice and Coleen adds bass to the mix. You’ll hear lots of harmony singing as well as some instrumentals.