Thursday with Dona Benkert
80 minutes · Once a week for 8 weeks · $206 ($186 members)
For beginning mountain dulcimer players and those who want to study the basics that will help make you a better player.
Two Kinds of Dulcimer: Mountain and Hammered
The Old Town School offers both mountain and hammered dulcimer.
The mountain dulcimer is a versatile instrument that's fun and easy to play due to the comfortable position and layout of the fret board.
The hammered dulcimer, the forerunner to the piano, is lots of fun to play and has a beautiful sound that will captivate you. Hammered dulcimer and mountain dulcimer players can join the Dulcimer Ensemble.
Private lessons are available for beginning mountain and hammered dulcimer students.
Monday with Dona Benkert
80 minutes · Once a week for 8 weeks · $210 ($190 members)
For all dulcimer enthusiasts - hammered and mountain - have a great time expanding your musical knowledge and experiencing the joy of making music. Guitarists and fiddlers are welcome, too!
Our private lessons like our group classes run in 8-week sessions, however, you can begin private lessons during any week in the session. Please call our customer service folks at 773.728.6000 to register as private lesson availability is based upon individual teacher schedules.
Lessons are scheduled weekly, for 30, 45 or 60 minutes, and are available every day of the week at our Lincoln Square and Lincoln Park locations. Our experienced and professional faculty will work with you to develop an individualized program that helps you achieve your musical goals.
Stop in at either location or call the front desk at 773.728.6000 to register.
$288 for 30 minutes ($278 for members)
$416 for 45 minutes ($401 for members)
$536 for 60 minutes ($516 for members)
8-week lessons: 01/06/2020 – 03/01/2020
Monday 11/18/19: Re-registration for current students begins
Monday 12/02/19: Transfer registration
Wednesday 12/04/19: Open registration
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Dona Benkert »
Hammered Dulcimer, Appalachian Dulcimer, Autoharp, Bowed Psaltery, Mountain Dulcimer