Prices are going up, but we can hold these prices until January 17th! Totally Refundable until final payment is due in December! Join us for another fun music adventure on the "High Seas"! Even if you don't play, but want to 'getaway', these are great prices! Music workshops, jams, fellowship events will be available for a separate fee. Don't forget its Rivalry Week in College Football, we'll have a bevy of different games on the TV's so you can support your favorite team while you're on vacation. Stop by and see us! Jump to.
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Guy George is a multi-faceted musician with jazz influenced roots. His diverse playing style adds a different twist to the sounds of the hammered dulcimer, steel drum, pennywhistle, and saxophone, all of which he incorporates into his performances and teaching. A professional musician most of his life, Guy studied jazz performance, arranging and composition at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Mass. He travels throughout the United States and Canada performing and teaching at various types of venues and festivals. His teaching style is relaxed and fun, as he teaches tunes of many different genres and styles. In addition, he incorporates methods for more advanced practicing and playing techniques while simultaneously entertaining his students. Guy has authored 13 books arranged for hammered dulcimer, steel drum, pennywhistle, and other instruments. He also has one recording of his own, Dreamcastle. Guy and his wife, Sharrie now live in Daytona Beach, Fl.
Around this time each year, we open registration for The Florida Gulf Coast Dulcimer Retreat, sponsored by Folkcraft Instruments, and we're happy to be doing it again for our 9th year - February 25th - 28th, ! We're still eight months out, and we're remaining hopeful that the retreat will take place, safely, at The Florida Cracker Riverside Resort in Homosassa Springs. The coronavirus will no doubt still be a concern in the late winter, which is why we're going to be limiting the number of registrations available. We'll be conducting temperature checks at registration and social distancing precautions will be in place for workshops and the concert which will be closed to the public for the first time! We want everyone to have a fun, educational, relaxing and safe experience with us on the river! That said, if we decide to cancel the retreat, all registrations will be refundable so you can go ahead and plan with peace of mind.