New Player Classes are for those who are just starting on the mountain dulcimer. Instructor Judson Stieinback takes a basic and practical approach to learning the rudiments of the instrument including proper technique, tuning and learning basic tunes.
Beginner classes are for students who've mastered the basics of the instrument and who have previous experience playing. This is a round robin style workshop, so you'll have a different instructor for your level, each day.
Intermediate classes are for veteran players who are looking to fine tune and master basic technique and skills. Intermediate classes are also good for players who have taken beginner classes but want to challenge themselves in new areas.This is a round robin style workshop, so you'll have a different instructor for your level, each day.
Advanced classes tackle specialized techniques, songs and skills.This is a round robin style workshop, so you'll have a different instructor for your level, each day.
Tull's classes are geared specifically for intermediate players and are located at the Bois D' Arc building at the Ozark Folk Center. See a complete description for this offering on our website.
Aubrey's classes are a look and study in to the style and techniques that have made her one of today's more notable players and performers. Classes are geared for intermediate and advanced players.
Instructor Joe Jewell covers the basics of the hammered dulcimer for those who are new to the instrument.
Save over $40.00 off regular admission prices----This discounted pass is for spouses, friends and family members of workshop attendees who want to take advantage of all the Ozark Folk Center State Park has to offer and are not attending the workshops. This pass allows admission-- for one person-- to the both the Craft village and all nightly music shows, Thursday-Saturday during the Dulcimer Jamboree.