I am grateful for music that brings us together, comforts us, uplifts our spirits.
I'm grateful for the internet and being able to teach, perform and play for patients online.
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Karen has been recognized as a Master Artist with a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council. For the next year, Karen will have Chao Tian as an apprentice on the American hammered dulcimer. They will focus on the popular repertoire, as well as the history and development fo the instrument in America. Chao is a gifted artist with a Masters Degree in Yang Qin (the Chinese version of hammered dulcimer) from China Conservatory in Beijing. Since moving to the DC/Maryland area, she has engaged in numerous, prestigious collaborations. Visit Chao's WEBSITE to learn more. You can watch Karen's MSAC grant submission video HERE.
Thank you MSAC! To discover more about the Maryland State Arts Council and how they impact Maryland, visit msac.org.
Karen will be at the North-East Ohio Hammered Dulcimer Weekend November 5-7. It will be virtual this year. More details coming soon.
Just need a little music to relax with? Listen to Karen's FB Live from January 14th. The Music for Healing & Transitions Program hosts Thursdays with Therapeutic Music every week on their FB page at 8:00 pm Eastern Time. Videos are archived for viewing anytime.
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