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.

Dulcimer Junction Issue 15

Hear contributions from Nonsuch members linking to a number of articles in the newsletter.
Among the variety of sounds in Dulcimer Junction No.15, you’ll hear players of both kinds of dulcimer – we say farewell to long-time Nonsuch member Lyndsay Porteous who died recently, and remember his contribution to the world of music – we hear about plans to bring mountain dulcimer workshops to northern Italy – there’s music from one of our Nonsuch members, performing on the hallowed stage at The Bridge Folk Club in Newcastle – we commemorate the 250th Anniversary of the song ‘Amazing Grace’- oh, and some tunes for you to listen to – and to play along with.

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Notice of Nonsuch AGM and Postal Votes

Members will have just received by email (or by post in the next couple of days), a notice of our AGM on 14th October 2023 at 4:30pm UK time, in person or via zoom.
You can vote online using our online voting form. Voting closes at 24:00 on 10th October 2023. The attachments are also available in this article.

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Dulcimer Junction Issue 14

Hear contributions from Nonsuch members linking to a number of articles in the newsletter.
Among the variety of sounds in Dulcimer Junction No. 14, you will hear some lovely music from experienced players and tutors for both kinds of dulcimer – Grace Bayliss (at the age of 6) continues the Woodley family tradition, playing the plucked dulcimer in the Birmingham traditional style – we hear about the Dedication of the Nonsuch Bench in memory of John Shaw during Halsway Dulcimer Week  –  and about  a musical visit to a local school – oh, and there are also some tunes for you to listen to – and to play along with.