• Judith Van Dijkhuizen

    Biography to follow.

  • Sandra Hudson

    Sandra Hudson

    I have had a life-long love for all kinds of music, but it was folk music that interested me most. My husband Ken ‘retired’ from teaching in 2001 and we moved to York where we ran a guest house for 10 years. It was during this time that we had the great pleasure of hosting the ...

  • John Shaw

    John Shaw

    I started playing mountain dulcimer in 1972 (just as a second instrument: I was mainly a bass guitarist at the time). About a decade later I got more serious about it and it became my main instrument. I’m a singer, of mainly English traditional songs, and I find the MD a glorious instrument for accompaniment. ...

  • Steve Herron-Thompson

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  • Sally Whytehead

    Sally Whytehead

    I recently retired and now my life is busier than ever! I have been playing the hammered dulcimer as an enthusiastic amateur since 1989, and have been a member of Nonsuch since its inception. Early on I developed an interest in all the wonderful versions of the dulcimer world-wide and have attended most of the ...

  • Hilary Davies

    Hilary Davies

    I have been playing the hammered dulcimer since 2005, and enjoy many types of music – especially early English dance music, but also Celtic, Appalachian, French and other styles. I enjoy arranging music for the dulcimer, and also the freedom of playing by ear. I qualified as a Certified Music Practitioner in 2013, and have played ...

  • Jan Cormie

    Biography to follow.

  • Will Applebee

    Biography to follow. Contact Will Appelbee