May 19-25, 2019
Dulcimer Celebration Workshops
Anne Lough, Janita Baker, Madeline MacNeil, & Sam Rizzetta
John C. Campbell Folk School
Brasstown, NC 28902

June 2-7, 2019
Continuing Hammered Dulcimer
Easy intermediate workshop with Sam Rizzetta; for players just beyond beginners.
John C. Campbell Folk School
Brasstown, NC 28902

June 22, 2019, Saturday 6 to 9 PM
“Music In The Gardens”
Sam Rizzetta with Charlie Casabona and Jeff Hornbeck
(hammer dulcimer, fiddle, and mandolin)
Surreybrooke Gardens is just west of Frederick, MD.
Admission $10. Advance tickets only; tickets will not be available at the gate.

Sept 6-8, 2019, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM
Mountain Craft Days
Traditional hammer dulcimer music in an outdoor setting.
Historical and Genealogical Society of Somerset County
10649 Somerset Pike
Somerset, PA 15501

Oct 19, 2019, Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM
West Virginia Instrument Makers Gathering
To be held in Timms Lounge in the Madden Center
Davis & Elkins College
Elkins, WV 26241

Dec 16, 2019, Monday 7 PM (This date is tentative & may change.)
Christmas Concert – Sam Rizzetta & Madeline MacNeil
With special guest Lee Jones, organ
Grace Episcopal Church
Corner of Grace & East Streets
Middleway, WV
Admission – adults $10.
$2 of each admission goes to benefit Hospice of the Panhandle.

Dec 15, 2019, Sunday 5 PM
Annual Christmas Concert – Sam Rizzetta & Madeline Mac Neil
For 27 years Sam has played a December concert at historic St. Paul’s Church. In recent years Madeline Mac Neil has joined Sam to make for an enchanting seasonal program of hammer dulcimers and singing.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
1914 Ballenger Creek Pike
Point of Rocks, MD
St. Paul’s Church
Free, but a goodwill offering is taken to benefit hospice. Please join us for a delightful musical celebration for Christmas that also helps support good works in the local community. St. Paul’s is a small, historic, pre Civil War church near the Potomac River. Concert will be about one hour long and without intermission.
St. Paul’s Church

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