2017 Course - 9th to 14th October
Wire-strung Players’ Course
with Bill Taylor
Our annual wire-strung players’ course runs this year for five days. We welcome players at all levels - apart from beginners - with all sizes of wire-strung harps. Whether you have been coming regularly or are attending for the first time, the course is an oportunity to learn new tunes and develop your playing with an inspiring and supportive teacher. The focus will be on Scottish and Irish traditional and historical music, and the course will include learning ensemble skills and techniques for decoration.
We will be accommodated - full board - at Dunglass Farmhouse on Brahan Estate and Zan Dunn will again be cooking lunch and supper. The farmhouse overlooks the valley of the River Conon, famous for it fine salmon fishing, its fresh water pearls and as a landing place for Norsemen. The famous (or infamous) Brahan Seer is also associated with the area. While weather in October can be variable, this is a beautiful, quiet and evocative spot, an ideal place to learn new music.
The course begins with an evening meal on Monday evening 9th October and concludes at 4.00 pm on Saturday afternoon 14th October. A deposit of £130 is requested to reserve a place. Full cost £540.
Click here to download application form. Or if you prefer please send us your details by email.
If you would like more information or would like to chat about details please ring Zan or Bill on 01997 421260 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org