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  • Aubrey Atwater's Premium Dulcimer Crossing Show

    This show was on May 5th, 2016 | 8 people watched
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    • May 6
      What was your favorite part of the performance? Aubrey is just a terrific and down-to-earth performer. Her voice, her clogging, dulcimer & banjo playing were all enjoyable.
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From Warren, Rhode Island, award-winning musician, vocalist, writer, and dancer, Aubrey Atwater presents captivating programs of folk music, dance, and spoken word. Aubrey is in great demand for performances and classes and has performed throughout the United States as well as England, Ireland, and Canada. She sings and plays the mountain dulcimer, old-time banjo, guitar, mandolin, and Irish... more

From Warren, Rhode Island, award-winning musician, vocalist, writer, and dancer, Aubrey Atwater presents captivating programs of folk music, dance, and spoken word. Aubrey is in great demand for performances and classes and has performed throughout the United States as well as England, Ireland, and Canada. She sings and plays the mountain dulcimer, old-time banjo, guitar, mandolin, and Irish tin whistle, and thrills audiences with her highly percussive clogging. In a scholarly, yet humorous way, Aubrey conveys the heritage behind traditional folk music and dance, showing a deep passion and understanding of folk history and its key players. Aubrey is particularly well-known as a mountain dulcimer player and teacher in the US. She teaches a wide variety of unique workshops and has used over twenty-five mountain dulcimer tunings over the years, playing styles that are both deeply traditional as well as modern and innovative. She counts long-time friend and mentor Jean Ritchie as a great influence in her musical and personal life. Part of the acclaimed duo Atwater-Donnelly, Aubrey and her husband Elwood Donnelly perform with up to eight other band members and have thirteen recordings and seven books to their credit.  To learn more about Aubrey and her collaborators and projects: www.atwater-donnelly.com

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