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Sunday, April 9th, 2017

The Monkey House

1 in 8 Preview Concert - 4pm

1638 University Ave.
Berkeley California
Price: $20.00; $30 includes a Snapshots

1 in 8
reflections on cancer treatment

Deborah Hamouris, singer/songwriter, mountain dulcimer
with Mimi Fox, guitar
Cindy Browne, bass
Beth Baugh, vocals


Cancer changes people. From diagnosis thru treatment my perspectives came through in songs: healing, loving, deep, encouraging, bewildering, funny. 

Our collaboration on these songs brings power to those emotions & perspectives. We are excited to bring the first performance of this theatrical music piece to the public.

This event will be the kickoff for our CD fundraising campaign. We welcome your support.

Sunday, April 16th, 2017

Freight & Salvage Coffee House

Mountain Dulcimer Tunes - 1-2pm

2020 Allston Street
Berkeley California US
Price: free

"Mountain Dulcimer Tunes" (other instruments welcome)
For those who play mountain dulcimer or want to play with us. We'll focus
on some traditional fiddle tunes in the Old Time tradition. Mostly in DAD
tuning, maybe a couple in DAC (Shady Grove comes to mind). I'll bring a
couple of loaner instruments in case you forgot yours.

Deborah "DJ" Hamouris has played mountain dulcimer since 1979 and has been
teaching music since 1970, both privately & in classes at the Freight.
Deborah currently directs two singing groups and plays in a folk duo, The
DulciMates, with husband Buffalo. In 2013 she created the Berkeley
Dulcimer Gathering, which is on June 10th at the Freight & Salvage this

Friday, June 9th, 2017

The Back Room

Berkeley Dulcimer Gathering Faculty Concert - 7:30-10pm

1984 Bonita Ave.
Berkeley California 94704
US (510) 381-1997
Price: $10 advance/$15 at the door

The 5th Annual Berkeley Dulcimer Gathering presents our Annual
Faculty Concert


Larry Conger

Steve Eulberg

Deborah "DJ Hamouris

Holly Tannen

Dusty Thorburn

Ticket link to come. Watch this space!

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