Music Workshops - Dulcimer Jamboree
What to know
Annual Dulcimer Jamboree returns to the Ozark Folk Center State Park April
Make your plans to visit Mountain View this spring for performances by the nation’s top mountain dulcimer and hammered dulcimer players during the evening on Friday and Saturday at the park’s 1,000-seat music venue, the Ozark Highlands Theater. Workshops will occur on Thursday, April 28th, Friday April 29th, and Saturday April 30th from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
workshops for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students will be offered on
April 28-30 during this special annual event. This year’s featured instructors
include Aubrey Atwater, Bing Futch, and Duane Porterfieldon mountain dulcimer and Janis Huff, Ben Haguewood, Joe Jewelland Rick Thum on hammered dulcimer. Performers are subject to change.
Click HERE to register or learn more about workshops during Dulcimer Jamboree.
IMPORTANT NOTES: Admission to both feature concerts and Craft Village are included with your dulcimer workshop registration. There will not be any contests this year.
To reserve your modern duplex cabin room at the Cabins at Dry Creek, located at the Ozark Folk Center, during the 2022 Dulcimer Jamboree Concerts and Workshops, click HERE.
Questions about planning your retreat to Mountain View? Call the Ozark Folk Center at 1-800-264-3655 or 870-269-3851 to learn more about The Skillet Restaurant, Ozark Highlands Theater, Craft Village, and Cabins at Dry Creek.
COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES ARE IN EFFECT FOR GUEST AND STAFF SAFETY. SPACE MAY BE LIMITED.
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