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Israel Dulcimer Society  -  Jerusalem, Israel

Israel Dulcimer Society

Contacting the club

Contact person: Judi Ganchrow

Phone: 972-2-679-8448

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Meeting information

Meeting location:

Jerusalem, Israel

Meeting schedule: Weekly usually Wednesday nights. We are going to start to meet around the country so for the winter once monthly it is in Gedera or Rehovot on Friday mornings

Meeting directions: Provided personally by email or phone. Were pretty consistent about meeting every week but we dont always meet in the same place

Instruments welcomed: Mostly mountain dulcimers. sometimes guitar recorder viola or whatever wants to join us

Other club information

Special club events: Sde Boker Desert Dulcimer Retreat. Twice yearly. The next one is the first weekend in February barring the unforeseen

Other club comments: If you are traveling and want to join an evening let me know and we will try to arrange a loaner for the evening. We have one hammered dulcimer between us with not much expertise. Lots of mountain dulcimers and guitars. And voices. Usually 10-25% of a session includes some singing with the playing. We have actually never played along with a hammered dulcimer but are not against giving it a try!!