Music has always been an important part of my life, although it is only in the last few years that I’ve discovered folk music and that is as a result of a trip to America to see the solar eclipse in 2017. I played a viola for many years and enjoyed playing in amateur orchestras but in 2017 I came back from America with my first Mountain Dulcimer!
In my working life I was a small animal veterinary surgeon with a special interest in cardiology – it is not unusual for “medics” to also play musical instruments! Now that I am retired I have much more time to follow my musical interests and to improve my dulcimer playing. I enjoy arranging pieces for the mountain dulcimer but still have a lot to learn.
The committee is the group that runs the club day to day, reporting to the trustees.
To receive and process all membership applications and renewals, maintain the membership records, facilitate the distribution of the Nonsuch newsletter and other important information and act as contact point to provide club details to potential members.