Bill Lloyd

Mountain Dulcimer Teacher (USA/Online) One to One, Group Classes and online. Especially likes to teach beginner players and help them find their musical voice

Shirley Warbrick

Mountain Dulcimer teacher (Cambridge and online). Shirley is a Mountain Dulcimer player and retired teacher. In person or over Zoom, one-to-one or in groups, from complete beginners to intermediate level.

Deborah Lovatt

Mountain Dulcimer Teacher (Presteigne, Powys & Online).
Deborah offers In Person and Online lessons.
Deborah’s teaching focuses on showing learners how the MD works, how to play smoothly and how to start embellishing tunes. Her preferred styles of playing are finger style and flat picking and she loves to play folk, rock and the odd bit of blues and classical music.

Grahame Hood

Mountain Dulcimer Teacher and Performer (Dover, Kent).
Grhame offers In Person One to One and Group Classes.
Grahame has been playing mountain dulcimer since the late 1970s and has a great deal of teaching and playing experience.
He also plays and teaches guitar, mandolin and ukulele.

Tony Gillam

Tony Gillam

Mountain Dulcimer Teacher and Performer (Kidderminster, Worcestershire). In Person One to One and Group Classes.
Tony is particularly interested in helping people discover the possibilities of the dulcimer through playing by ear and developing skills in improvisation, whether that’s in groups or one to one.

Dan Evans

Mountain Dulcimer Teacher and Performer (Olney, Buckingshire).
Dan offers In Person One to One and Group Classes.
Dan’s website blog holds a growing number of technical articles for MD dulcimer players and musicians generally. He offers a dulcimer starter session as well as teaching on a range of musical topics.