SCHEDULE OF PUBLIC APPEARANCES PREVIOUS YEARS

2013 Schedule

Southern Tour with Ken Perlman (banjo)

February 19 (Tuesday) – Owings Mills, MD Classroom appearances, McDonogh School, 8600 McDonogh Road. Contact:
John Wood,
jwood@mcdonogh.org.

February 19 (Tuesday) –
Owings Mills, MD. 7:30 p.m. concert, Tagart Memorial Chapel, McDonogh School, 8600 McDonogh
Road. Contact: John Wood,
jwood@mcdonogh.org.

February 20 (Wednesday) –
Easton, MD 7:30 p.m. concert, The Stoltz Listening Room, Avalon Theatre, 40 East Dover St.
Contact: 410-822-0345,
www.avalontheatre.com.

February 21 (Thursday) –
Dumfries, VA. 7:00 p.m. concert, Four Seasons at Historic Virginia, 16400 Four Seasons Drive.
Contact: Lisa Tarlecky, 703-878-2061,
ltarlecky@fourseasonsva.net.

February 22 (Friday) –
Newark, DE. 8:00 p.m. concert (with Ken Perlman, banjo), Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall, 420
Willa Road. Contact: Todd Denton, Brandywine Friends of Old Time Music,
toddenton@gmail.com.

February 23 (Saturday) –
Glen Allen, VA (north of Richmond). 8:00 p.m. concert, Shady Gove Coffee House, Unitarian-
Universalist Community Church, 11105 Cauthorne Rd. (aka Shady Grove Road). Contact: Scott Hammer,
skhammer55@verizon.net, www.shadygrovecoffeehouse.com.

February 24 (Sunday) –
Norfolk, VA. 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Fiddle workshop and banjo workshop. Colonial Place Music Studio.
Contact: Amy Ferebee,
amyferebee@hotmail.com, 757-434-5385.

February 24 (Sunday) –
Norfolk, VA. 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. concert. Colonial Place Music Studio. Contact: Amy Ferebee,
amyferebee@hotmail.com, 757-434-5385 (should the afternoon show fill up, a second show will be scheduled 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.
m.).

February 25 (Monday) –
Greensboro, NC. 7:30 p.m. concert, Organ Hall, School of Music, University of North Carolina,
Greensboro. Public Concert at Organ Hall, School of Music. Contact:
jrcarr2@uncg.edu.

February 26 (Tuesday) –
Greensboro, NC. Classroom presentations, School of Music, University of North Carolina,
Greensboro. Contact:
jrcarr2@uncg.edu.

February 27 (Wednesday) –
Swannanoa, NC. 7:00 p.m. concert, The Sage Café, Warren Wilson College. Contact: Phil
Jamison,
pjamison@warren-wilson.edu.

February 28 (Thursday) –
Oak Ridge, NC (north of Kernersville). 7:30 p.m. house concert. Contact: Carol Thompson,
carolthompson3@gmail.com, 336-272-3245 or 336-430-6972, to reserve seats and receive directions.

March 1 (Friday) –
Charleston, WV. Evening house concert at the home of David Mould and Stephanie Hysmith, 1568 Quarrier
St. Contact: Bill Kimmons, (304) 345-0924,
wild.billk@suddenlink.net.

March 2 (Saturday) –
Louisville, KY. 2:30-4:30 p.m. fiddle workshop and banjo workshop, School of Music, University of
Louisville. Contact: Jack Ashworth,
jack.s.ashworth@gmail.com.

March 2 (Saturday) –
Louisville, KY. 7:30 p.m. concert, Bird Recital Hall, School of Music, University of Louisville. Contact:
Jack Ashworth,
jack.s.ashworth@gmail.com.

March 3 (Sunday) –
Bowling Green, KY. 3:00 p.m. concert, Cabin Concert Series, Western Kentucky University. Contact:
Erika Brady,
erika.brady@wku.edu, 270-745-5902.

March 4 (Monday) –
Bowling Green, KY. Classroom presentations, Western Kentucky University. Contact: Michael Ann
Williams,
michael.williams@wku.edu, 270-745-5898.

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 End of Southern Tour with Ken Perlman

April 12 (Friday) – Cullowhee, NC. 4:00-5:00 p.m. lecture/PowerPoint slideshow by Alan and Karen Jabbour entitled “The
Balsam Highlands Cemetery Style: A Meditation on Regional Creativity.” Mountain Heritage Center, Western Carolina
University. Contact: Scott Philyaw, Director, Mountain Heritage Center, 828-227-7129,
philyaw@email.wcu.edu.

April 21 (Sunday) –
Moulton, AL. 2:00-3:00 p.m. lecture/PowerPoint slideshow by Alan and Karen Jabbour entitled “Decoration
Day and the Shaping of Rural Southern Cemeteries.” First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 14595 Market Street.
Contact: Peggy Goodlett, 256-974-7620,
prgoo@bellsouth.net.

May 14-18  --
Gazimağusa (Famagusta), North Cyprus. Keynote speaker (with fiddle illustration), Conference on “Performing
Island Identities: Music, Dance, Folk Theatre, Storytelling, and Performance Traditions.” Contact: Adam Grydehøj, convenor, at
agrydehoj@islanddynamics.org, www.islanddynamics.org/3idc.html

June 6-9 (Thursday-Sunday) – Olivet, MI. Fiddle instructor, Midwest Banjo Camp, Olivet College. Contact: Ken Perlman, (781)
646-3242,  
kenperlman@aol.com, www.midwestbanjocamp.com.

June 23-29 (Sunday-Saturday) –
Starksboro, VT. Fiddle instructor, Northeast Heritage Music Camp, Common Ground Center.
Contact: Ken Perlman, (781) 646-3242,
kenperlman@aol.com, www.northeastheritagemusiccamp.com.

July 23 (Tuesday) –
Pittsburgh, PA. Lecturer, “Voices across Time” NEH Summer Institute for Teachers, Center for American
Music, University of Pittsburgh. Contact: Mariana Whitmer, Program Director, Center for American Music, 412-624-3031,
samed@pitt.edu.

2012 Schedule

March 28 (Wednesday) – Boone, NC. Noon to 10:00 p.m. workshops and concert as part of “Black Banjo & Fiddle Workshops
and Concert,” Plemmons Student Union, Appalachian State University. Contact: Cece Conway, (919) 623-3372
conwayec@live.unc.edu.

March 29 (Thursday) –
Boone, NC. Afternoon workshops with JAM (Junior Appalachian Musicians), Jones House Community
Center. Contact: Mark Freed: Watauga Arts Council, 828-264-1789 or 828-719-1091,
mark@watauga-arts.org.

April 13-14 (Friday-Saturday) –
Boonville, MO. (With Ken Perlman, banjo) Featured artists at Big Muddy Folk Festival. Contact:
Dave Para,
dpara@iland.net, http://bigmuddy.org/.

April 15 (Sunday) –
Maplewood, MO (St. Louis). 2-4 p.m. fiddle workshop at the Folk School of St. Louis, 3155 Sutton
Blvd., Suite 101, Maplewood, MO. Contact: Kelly Wells, (314) 781-2244,
kelly@folk-school.org.

April 15 (Sunday) –
Maplewood, MO (St. Louis). 7:30 p.m. concert, The Focal Point, 2720 Sutton Blvd., Maplewood, MO.
Contact: Judy Stein, 314-781-4200,
http://www.thefocalpoint.org.

April 16-17 (Monday-Tuesday) –
Columbia, MO. (With Ken Perlman, Banjo, and Karen Singer Jabbour) classroom lectures and
concerts (Mon. and Tues. morning) and lunchtime brown-bag lecture-concert (Tues. noon-1:00 p.m.), University of Missouri,
Columbia. Contact: Prof. Berkley Hudson, Dept. of Journalism, U. of Missouri, (573) 882-4201,
hudsonb@missouri.edu.

April 19 (Thursday) –
Jonesboro, AR. (With Ken Perlman, banjo) 4:15 p.m. lecture-concert, “Fiddle and Banjo Tunes in
Traditional Culture: From Old-Time Roots to Modern Branches,” at Delta Symposium, Mockingbird Room, Reng Student Center,
Arkansas State University. Contact: Prof. Greg Hansen, Arkansas State University, 870/972-3043,
ghansen@astate.edu,  http:
//altweb.astate.edu/blues.

April 20 (Friday) –
Jonesboro, AR. (With Karen Singer Jabbour). 10:30 a.m. lecture/PowerPoint slide show, “Decoration Day
in the Mountains,” at Delta Symposium, Mockingbird Room, Reng Student Center, Arkansas State University. Contact: Prof.
Greg Hansen, Arkansas State University, 870/972-3043,
ghansen@astate.edu,  http://altweb.astate.edu/blues.

April 20 (Friday) –
Fayetteville, AR. 8:00 p.m. house concert at the home of Mike Shirkey, 229 N. Block St. Contact: Mike
Shirkey,
mshirkey@sbcglobal.net, 479-521-1812, www.goodfolk.org.

April 21 (Saturday) –
Kansas City, MO. (With Ken Perlman, banjo) evening concert, Rime Buddhist Center, 700 West Pennway
St. Contact: Doug Goodhart, Missouri Valley Folklife Society, 913-385-3668,
goodfeet@msn.com, or Rime Buddhist Center,
816-471-7073.

April 27-29 (Friday-Sunday) –
Atlanta, GA. Performer and discussant in workshops (Saturday afternoon) and, with Ken
Perlman, a lecture-concert (Sunday afternoon), Cannon Chapel, Emory University. Contact: James Flannery or Lora McDonald,
404-727-6180,
jflanne@emory.edu or lora.mcdonald@emory.edu.

May 11 (Friday) –
Sebastopol, CA. (With Ken Perlman, banjo) 8:00 p.m. house concert at the home of Jon Berger and Kalia
Kliban. For reservations and directions contact: Jon Berger,
jberger@sbcglobal.net.

May 12 (Saturday) –
Sebastopol, CA. Fiddle workshop by Alan Jabbour and banjo workshop by Ken Perlman at the home of
Jon Berger and Kalia Kliban. For reservations and directions contact: Jon Berger,
jberger@sbcglobal.net.

May 12 (Saturday) –
San Rafael, CA. (With Ken Perlman) 8:00 -11:00 p.m. contra dance at Marin Masonic Hall, 1010 Lootens
Place, between 4th and 5th Streets, sponsored by the North Bay Country Dance Society. Contact: Susan Amato,
skamato@hotmail.com, www.nbcds.org.

May 13 (Sunday
)Mountain View, CA. (With Ken Perlman) 7:00 p.m. house concert at the home of Daniel Steinberg.
Reservations required. For information/reservations, contact (email *preferred*)
Concerts@InstantHarmony.com or (650) 947-
9669.

May 15 (Tuesday) –
Elko, NV. (With Ken Perlman) Morning fiddle workshop and banjo workshop, evening concert, Western
Folklife Center, 501 Railroad St. #306. Contact: Tamara Kubacki,
tkubacki@westernfolklife.org.

May 16 (Wednesday
)Sparks, NV. (With Ken Perlman) 4:00 p.m. fiddle workshop and banjo workshop, 7:30 p.m. concert at
Sparks Heritage Museum. 814 Victorian Ave. Contact: Anthea Humphreys, 775-355-1144,
www.SparksMuseum.org.

May 17 (Thursday) –
Santa Barbara, CA. (With Ken Perlman) evening concert at Multi-Cultural Center, University of California-
Santa Barbara. Contact: Prof. Tim Cooley, Music Dept.,
cooley@music.ucsb.edu.

May 18 (Friday) –
Santa Barbara, CA. (With Ken Perlman) 10:00 a.m. presentation for world music class, UC-Santa Barbara.
2:00 p.m. musically illustrated public lecture on folk music.

May 19 (Saturday) –
Encino, CA. (With Ken Perlman) Afternoon fiddle workshop and banjo workshop, evening concert,
California Traditional Music Society, 16953 Ventura Blvd., Encino, CA 91316. Contact: Lisa Richardson,
lisar@ctmsfolkmusic.org, 818-817-7756, www.ctmsfolkmusic.org.

May 20 (Sunday) –
Agoura Hills, CA. 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 52nd Annual Topanga Banjo-Fiddle Contest & Folk Festival,
Paramount Ranch (National Park Service), 2903 Cornell Road. Contact: 818-382-4819,
http://www.topangabanjofiddle.org.

June 8-10 (Friday-Sunday) –
Glen Lyn, VA. Instructor for two-day (10 a.m.-noon) fiddle workshop during Henry Reed
Memorial Oldtime Fiddlers Convention. Contact: Chris Via, 540-726-3079,
adivia@wvva.net, or Alan Jabbour, 202-333-1089,
jabbour@myexcel.com.

October 24-27 (Wednesday-Saturday) –
New Orleans, LA. Annual meeting of American Folklore Society, Hotel Monteleone.
Participant in panel “Toward a Richer Sense of Place: Case Studies in Folklore and Historic Preservation II” (Thursday, Oct. 24,
10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.), and panel “Special Places: Folklorists’ Engagement in the Designation of Traditional Cultural
Properties” (Saturday, Oct. 27, 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.).

November 3 (Saturday) –
Birmingham, AL. 1:00 p.m. presentation (with Karen Singer Jabbour) ”Decoration Day and Rural
Southern Cemetery Features,” 11th Annual Cemetery Preservation Workshop, Alabama Cemetery Preservation Alliance,
Dwight M. Beeson Hall, Samford University. Contact: Kermit Dooley,
kedooley@bellsouth.net, or Ted Urquhart, ted.
urquhart@cox.net.


2011 Schedule

January 29 (Saturday) -- Tuscaloosa, AL. 9:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. fiddle workshop, Moody Music Building, University of Alabama
School of Music. Contact: Jo Moore, 205-339-2470,
jomoore@simplecom.net.

February 2 (Tuesday) --
Chapel Hill, NC. 3:30-4:45 p.m. presentation (with Karen Singer Jabbour) on Decoration Day in the
Mountains, for University of North Carolina material culture class taught by Danille Elise Christensen (access only by professor's
permission).

February 3 (Thursday) --
Raleigh, NC. Decoration Day presentation (with Karen Singer Jabbour), Daniels Auditorium, North
Carolina Museum of History, 5 East Edenton St. Contact: Kevin Donald, 919-715-5599,  
tedonald@gmail.com.

February 4 (Friday) --
Chapel Hill, NC. 5:00 p.m. reception, 5:45 p.m. presentation on Decoration Day in the Mountains (with
Karen Singer Jabbour), Pleasants Family Assembly Room, Wilson Special Collections Library, University of North Carolina -
Chapel Hill. Contact: Steve Weiss, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, (919) 962-3594,
smweiss@email.unc.edu.

February 24 (Thursday) --
Sykesville, MD. 7:30 p.m. house concert at the home of Judy Bush, 2801  Tally Ho Court (listed on
Google searches as 5861 Oakland Road). Contact: Judy Bush, 443-920-3266,
judybradybush@gmail.com.

February 25 (Friday) --
Upper Marlboro, MD. 8:00 p.m. house concert with Ken Perlman, banjo, at the home of Andy and
Sondra Wallace, 603 Largo Road. Contact: Andy Wallace, 301-324-7311,
andysondra@verizon.net.

February 26 (Saturday) --
Washington, VA. 8:00 p.m. concert with Ken Perlman, banjo, at The Theatre, 291 Gay St. Contact:
Wendy Weinberg, 540-547-3993,
TheatreVa@aol.com.

March 17-20 (Thursday-Sunday) --
High Springs, FL. Fiddle instructor at Suwannee Banjo Camp, O'Leno State Park.
Information:
www.suwanneebanjocamp.com, info@suwanneebanjocamp.com.

April 7 (Thursday) --
Burlington, MA. 7:30 p.m. concert at the Real School of Music, 56 Middlesex Turnpike. Contact:
Tim Rowell,
Rowellt@mac.com.

April 8-10 (Friday-Sunday) --
Charlton, MA. Fiddle instructor at Fiddle Camp North (held in conjunction with Mandolin Camp
North). Contact: Mike Holmes, 781-245-5328 (cell),
mholmes@mugwumps.com, http://www.fiddlecampnorth.com/.

June 2-5 (Thursday-Sunday) --
Olivet, MI. Fiddle instructor at Midwest Banjo Camp. Contact: www.midwestbanjocamp.com,
info@midwestbanjocamp.com.

June 10-11 (Friday-Saturday) –
Glen Lyn, VA.  Instructor for two-day fiddle workshop (10 a.m.-12 noon each day) during Henry
Reed Memorial Oldtime Fiddlers Convention.  Contact: Chris Via, 540-726-3079,
adivia@wvva.net.

June 12-18 (Sunday-Saturday) –
Johnson, VT.  Fiddle instructor at Northeast Heritage Music Camp, Johnson State College.
Contact: Ken Perlman, 812-334-7992,
kenperlman@aol.com, www.northeastheritagemusiccamp.com.

August 1-5 (Monday-Friday) --
Goderich, Ontario. Teaching Appalachian fiddle at Celtic College, Goderich District Collegiate
Institute (GDCI). Contact: Celtic College, 519-524-8221,
http://www.celticfestival.ca/celtic-college.html.

August 5-7 (Friday-Sunday) --
Goderich, Ontario. Participant (with Ken Perlman, banjo) in Celtic Festival, 168 West Street.
Contact: Celtic Festival, 519-524-8221,
http://www.celticfestival.ca.

SOUTHEASTERN TOUR: ALAN JABBOUR AND PERLMAN, fiddle and banjo

November 4 (Friday) -- Cornelius, NC. 6:30 potluck and 8:00 p.m. house concert at the home of Mark Clemens and Elizabeth
Miescher Clemens. Contact: Elizabeth Miescher Clemens,
emiescher@bellsouth.com.

November 5 (Saturday) --
Cornelius, NC. 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. workshops (concurrent fiddle workshop and banjo workshop)
at the home of Mark Clemens and Elizabeth Miescher Clemens. Contact: Elizabeth Miescher Clemens,
emiescher@bellsouth.com.

November 5 (Saturday) --
Raleigh, NC. 8:00 p.m. house concert at the home of Wade and Ann Smith. For reservations and
directions, contact: Michael Southern, 919-832-7789,
msouthern@mindspring.com.

November 6 (Sunday) --
Raleigh, NC. 1:00-3:30 p.m. workshops (concurrent fiddle workshop and banjo workshop) at 417 S.
Dawson Street (architectural offices). Contact: Michael Southern, 919-832-7789,
msouthern@mindspring.com.

November 7 (Monday) -- Savannah, GA. 7:30 p.m. house concert at the home of Joe Nelson, 15 East Welwood Drive. Contact:
Joe Nelson, 912-927-1376,
JoeNelsonSav@aol.com.

November 8 (Tuesday) --
Tampa, FL. 8:00 p.m. house concert in the home of Gloria Holloway. For reservations and directions,
contact: Gloria Holloway, 813-837-6572,
gsholloway@email.com, www.gloriasmusic.blogspot.com.

November 9 (Wednesday) --
Boca Raton, FL. Evening house concert in the Boca Pointe community. Contact: Heidi Estrin,
(305) 791-0692,
heidiestrin@facebook.com.

November 10 (Thursday) --
North Miami, FL. 8:00 p.m. concert and jam, Luna Star Cafe, 775 NE 125th St. Contact: Luna Star
Cafe, 305·799·7123, or Matthew Sabatella, Ballad of America, 305-753-1850,
info@balladofamerica.com.

November 11 (Friday) --
Gainesville, FL. 8:00 p.m. house concert at Paul & Annie's home, 1804 SW 35 Place. Contact: Annie,
352-377-2637 (H),
annie@wildcotton.com.

November 12 (Saturday) --
Dowling Park, FL. 2:00 p.m. concert at the Christian Village Auditorium. Contact: Dick Grillo,
dgrillo@acvillage.net.

November 12 (Saturday) --
Tallahassee, FL. 7:00 p.m. concert, Unitarian Universalist Church, 2810 North Meridian Rd.
Contact: Howard Pardue, 850-386-1494,
hpardue@comcast.com.

November 13 (Sunday) --
Tallahassee, FL. 1:00-3:00 p.m. workshops (concurrent fiddle workshop and banjo workshop),
Unitarian Universalist Church, 2810 North Meridian Rd. Contact: Howard Pardue, 850-386-1494,
hpardue@comcast.com.

November 13 (Sunday) --
Tallahassee, FL. 7:00 pm. contradance sponsored by Tallahassee Community Friends of Old-Time
Dance, American Legion Hall, 229 Lake Ella Drive. Contact:
www.tallydancer.com.

November 14 (Monday) --
Winter Haven, FL. 7:30 p.m.house concert, Lakeside Music Room, 604 30th St., N.W. For
reservations and directions, contact: Sally Anderson, (863) 293-1510,
sandhd@verizon.net.

November 15 (Tuesday) --
Athens, GA. 7:00 p.m. concert, The Melting Point, 295 E. Dougherty St. (Opening act: Art
Rosenbaum). Contact:
www.MeltingPointAthens.com or (706) 254.6909.

November 16 (Wednesday) –
Asheville, NC. 7:30 p.m. house concert at the home of Marc Rudow. Contact:  Marc Rudow,
mrudow@roberts-stevens.com.

November 17 (Thursday) --
Johnson City, TN. 7:00 p.m. concert, The Down Home, 300 W. Main St. Contact: Ed Snodderly,
edsword10@aol.com, 423-929-9822, www.downhome.com.

November 18 (Friday) --
Johnson City, TN. Morning class appearance, afternoon fiddle workshop and banjo workshop at East
Tennessee State University. Contact: Roy Andrade,
royandrade@gmail.com.

November 19 (Saturday) --
Bryson City, NC. 7:00 p.m. concert preceding regional art exhibit opening, Swain County Center for
the Arts, Swain County High School. Contact: Jenny Johnson, 828-488-7843,
jjohnson@swainmail.org.

November 20 (Sunday) --
Durham, NC. Workshops at High Strung: 1:30-3:30 p.m. Old Time Fiddle Intensive, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Clawhammer Banjo Intensive. 1116 Broad St. Contact: Amy Campbell, 919-286-3801,
amy@highstrungdurham.com.

November 20 (Sunday) --
Mebane, NC. 7:30 p.m. house concert at the home of Stephen Stiebel. For reservations and
directions, contact: Stephen Stiebel, 919-304-4146,
stephens@restorationwoodworks.com.

November 21 (Monday) --
Norfolk, VA. 7:30 p.m. house concert at the home of Amy Ferebee. Contact: Amy Ferebee, 757-434-
5385,
amyferebee@hotmail.com.

2010 Schedule

January 10-16 (Sunday-Saturday) – Brasstown, NC.  Fiddle class, John C. Campbell Folk School.  Contact:  Bob Dalsemer,
828-389-0218, or John C. Campbell Folk School, 1-800-FOLK-SCH,
www.folkschool.org.

February 19 (Friday) --
Upper Marlboro, MD. 8:00 p.m. house concert at home of Andy and Sondra Wallace (with Ken
Perlman, banjo, and Jim Watson, guitar, mandolin, and vocal), 603 Largo Road. Contact: Andy Wallace, 301-324-7311,
andysondra@verizon.net.

February 20 (Saturday) --
Washington, VA. 8:00 p.m. concert (with Ken Perlman, banjo, and Jim Watson, guitar, mandolin, and
vocal), The Theatre, 291 Gay St. Contact: Wendy Weinberg, (540) 547-3993,
TheatreVa@aol.com.

February 22 (Monday) --
Ellsworth, ME. 7:00 p.m. concert at home of Steve Peer, 430 Bayside. Contact: Steve Peer, 207-667-
4298,
speer@schoolunion93.org

February 23 (Tuesday) -- South Carthage, ME. 7:00 p.m. concert (with Ken Perlman, banjo), Skye Theatre, 2 Highland Drive
(off Winter Hill Rd.). Contact: Phill McIntyre, 207-562-4445 or 207-491-0273,
www.necelticarts.com, phill@necelticarts.com.

February 24 (Wednesday) --
New Bedford, MA. 6:00 p.m. potluck and 7:00 house concert at the home of Jack Radcliffe, 573
Rockdale Ave. Contact: Jack Radcliffe, 508-292-5632,

February 25 (Thursday) --
Amherst, MA. 8:00 p.m. concert (with Ken Perlman, banjo), Music Recital Hall, Music/Dance Building,
Hampshire College. Contact: Becky Miller,
rmiller@hampshire.edu.

February 26 (Friday) --
Montpelier, VT. 8:00 p.m. concert at Bethany Church, 115 Main St. Contact: Susan Reid, 802-229-
1403,
foodsing@sover.net, or Sarah Hotchkiss, 802-223-8945, woodburystrings@att.net.

February 27 (Saturday) --
Dublin, NH. Concert at DelRossi's Trattoria, 73 Brush Brook Rd. (Route 137N). Reservations: 603-
563-7195.

March 6-7 (Saturday-Sunday) –
Cedars of Lebanon State Park, TN.  Special guest at Breaking Up Winter (folk music
weekend).  Contact: Pat Gill,
oldtimegirl@charter.net,  http://www.nashvilleoldtime.org/BUW/index.shtml.

March 27 (Saturday) --
Asheville, NC. Keynote presentation with Karen Singer Jabbour, and special nomination of Helen
Vance and North Shore Historical Association for award, at annual meeting of North Carolina Folklore Society, University of
North Carolina-Asheville.

April 9 (Friday) --
Savannah, GA. Fiddle lecture, Music Dept., Armstrong Atlantic State University. Contact: Barbara Fertig,
Barbara.Fertig@armstrong.edu.

April 27 (Tuesday) --
Annapolis, MD. Fiddle lecture, Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibits Service (SITES) conference.

April 29 (Thursday) --
Cullowhee, NC. Book presentation with Karen Singer Jabbour launching Decoration Day in the
Mountains, at Mountain Heritage Center, Western Carolina University. Contact: Scott Philyaw, philyaw@email.wcu.edu.

May 1 (Saturday) --
Asheville, NC. Book presentation with Karen Singer Jabbour, Malaprop's Bookstore, 55 Haywood St.
Contact: Alsace Walentine, alsace@malaprops.com.

May 3 (Monday) --
Boone, NC. Book presentation with Karen Singer Jabbour, Appalachian State University. Contact: Katherine
Ledford, ledfordke@appstate.edu.

May 4 (Tuesday) --
Johnson City, TN. Book presentation with Karen Singer Jabbour, Watauga Genealogical Association,
Johnson City Public Library. Contact: Jan Loveday, JLoveday@milligan.edu.

May 6 (Thursday) --
Bakersville, NC. Book presentation with Karen Singer Jabbour, Old Mitchell County Courthouse. Contact:
Katherine Ledford, ledfordke@appstate.edu.

May 14-16 (Friday-Sunday) --
Groton, MA. Fiddle instructor, Banjo Camp North. Information: Mike Holmes, 774-207-0284,
mholmes@mugwumps.com, www.mugwumps.com.

May 30 (Sunday) --
Charleston, SC. Fiddle workshop, Hungry Monk Music. Contact: Rick Hamrick, olinhamrick@windstream.
net.

June 3-6 (Thursday-Sunday) --
Olivet, MI. Fiddle instructor, Midwest Banjo Camp. Information: www.midwestbanjocamp.com,
info@midwestbanjocamp.com.

June 11-12 (Friday-Saturday) –
Glen Lyn, VA.  Instructor for two-day fiddle workshop (10 a.m.-12 noon each day) during Henry
Reed Memorial Oldtime Fiddlers Convention.  Contact: Chris Via, 540-726-3079,
adivia@wvva.net.

June 13-19 (Sunday-Saturday) –
Johnson, VT.  Fiddle instructor at Northeast Heritage Music Camp, Johnson State College.  
Contact: Ken Perlman, 812-334-7992,
kenperlman@aol.com, www.northeastheritagemusiccamp.com.

August 2-6 (Monday-Friday) --
Goderich, Ontario. Teaching Appalachian fiddle at Celtic College, Goderich District Collegiate
Institute (GDCI). Contact: Celtic College, 519-524-8221,
http://www.celticfestival.ca/celtic-college.html.

August 6-8 (Friday-Sunday) --
Goderich, Ontario. Participant (with Ken Perlman, banjo) in Celtic Festival, 168 West Street.
Contact: Celtic Festival, 519-524-8221,
http://www.celticfestival.ca.

September 7 (Tuesday) --
Bryson City, NC. 5:30 p.m. book presentation and signing  by Alan and Karen Jabbour on
Decoration Day in the Mountains at the Marianna Black Library, 33 Fryemont St. Contact: Jeff Delfield, Marianna Black Library,
828-488-3030 ext. 28,  jdelfield@fontanalib.org.

September 10 (Friday) --
Brevard, NC. 5:30-7:30 p.m. book presentation by Alan and Karen Jabbour on Decoration Day in the
Mountains at the Transylvania Heritage Museum, 189 West Main St. Contact: Rebecca Suddeth, 828-884-2347,
rebecca@preservingourpast.org.

October 14 (Thursday) -- 8:00 p.m. lecture on "The Modern Oldtime Fiddle Revival," Phillips Barry Lecture, Music and Song
Section, American Folklore Society annual meeting,
Nashville, TN.

October 15 (Friday) -- (with Karen Singer Jabbour) 3:30 p.m. lecture on "Decoration Day in Western North Carolina" A Profile
and Interpretation."  Panel on "Decoration Day: The Tradition of Cemetery Decoration in the Upland South," American Folklore
Society annual meeting,
Nashville, TN.


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MIDSOUTH-MIDWEST TOUR, Alan Jabbour and Ken Perlman,

Oct. 21-Nov. 7

Thursday, Oct. 21 – Atlanta, GA. 8:00 p.m. show, Red Light Café, 553 Amsterdam Ave. Northeast. Contact: James McKinney,
james.mckinney@gmail.com.

Friday, Oct. 22 –
Chattanooga, TN. 8:00 p.m. concert, Barking Legs Theater, 1307 Dodds Avenue. Contact: Bryan Hamilton,
Hamilton Fiddles, HamiltonFiddles@aol.com; Christie Burns, The Folk School of Chattanooga,
music@chattanoogafolk.com;
Matt Evans,
Matthew-Evans@utc.edu.

Saturday, Oct. 23 –
Chattanooga, TN. 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. fiddle and banjo workshops, Folk School of Chattanooga, 250
Forest Ave. Contact: Christie Burns, 423-827-8906,
music@chattanoogafolk.com.

Saturday, Oct. 23 –
Huntsville, AL. 7:00 p.m. concert, Flying Monkey Arts, 2211 Seminole Drive Southwest. Contact: Jim
Holland,
jhol111964@sprintmail.com.

Sunday, Oct. 24 –
Evansville, IN. 5:00 p.m. house concert. Contact: Tim Piazza, timpiazza@mac.com.

Monday, Oct. 25 –
Louisville, KY. 7:00 p.m. concert, Bird Hall, School of Music, University of Louisville. Contact: Jack
Ashworth,
jack.s.ashworth@gmail.com.

Tuesday, Oct. 26 –
Goodlettsville, TN. 7:30 p.m. concert, Historic Mansker’s Station, 705 Caldwell Dr. Contact: Laura
Blankenship, 615-859-3678
www.manskersstation.org, lab972@gmail.com.

Wednesday, Oct. 27 –
Lexington, KY. Noon-1:00 p.m. concert, Niles Center for American Music Gallery, Lucille Little Fine Arts
Library, University of Kentucky. Contact: Ron Pen, 859-257-8183
ron.pen@uky.edu.

Thursday, Oct. 28 –
Ann Arbor, MI. 7:30 p.m. concert, Grotto Club, 2070 W. Stadium Boulevard. Contact: Bob Blackburn, 734-
913-8599.
robertblackburn_2000@yahoo.com.

Friday, Oct. 29 –
Kalamazoo, MI. 6:00 p.m. potluck, 7:30 p.m. house concert. Contact: Marilyn Branch, 269-343-5280.

Saturday, Oct. 30 –
Harbor Springs, MI. 7:30 p.m. house concert at the home of Maureen and Dale Scott, 3550 Five Mile
Creek Rd. Contact: Maureen Scott,
mscott@trueaccountingcorp.com, 231-357-7339, www.peacemealstringband.com.

Oct. 31 –
Lansing, MI. 8:00 p.m. house concert at the home of Laura Stein, 431 Gainsborough Dr. E. Contact: Laura Stein, 517-
337-7766
steinl@msu.edu.

Tuesday, Nov. 2 –
Champaign, IL. 7:00 p.m. concert, Techline, 24 East Green Street, Suite 8. Contact: Christine Breen,
cbreen@techline-cu.com.

Wednesday, Nov. 3 –
Noblesville, IN. 7:00-10:00 p.m. concert, Noble Coffee & Tea Company, 933 Logan Street. Contact:
Jason Hathaway,
hathawaj@gmail.com or Geoff Davis, gbd@bluestonefolkschool.org.

Thursday, Nov. 4 –
Milwaukee, WI. 8:30 p.m. show, Linneman’s, 1001 East Locust. Contact: Colin O’Brien,
colingobrien@isp.com.

Friday, Nov. 5 –
Dodgeville, WI. 7:30 p.m. concert, Folklore Village, 3210 County BB. Contact: Doug Miller,
doug@folklorevillage.org.

Saturday, Nov. 6 –
River Hills, WI. 7:30 p.m. concert, Good Hope Island, 1405 W. Good Hope Road. Contact: Peter Thornquist,
414-745-3843
peterthornquist@att.net.

Sunday, Nov. 7 --
Bloomington, IN. Concert, 7:30 p.m. Rachael's Cafe, 300 E 3rd St. Contact: John, 317-965-5043,
www.rachaelscafe.com, rachaelsbooking@gmail.com.



2009 Schedule

Winter Tour (with banjoist Ken Perlman) – January 16-25, 2009

January 16 (Friday) – Charlottesville, VA.  7:30 p.m. contra dance, Municipal Arts Center, 5th Street.  
Contact:  Paul Rosen,
http://www.paulrosen.net/, http://www.contracorners.com/Schedule_Cville.aspx.

January 17 (Saturday) –
Washington, VA.  8:00 p.m. concert at The Theatre, 291 Gay Street.  Contact:  Wendy Weinberg,
(540) 675-1253,
TheatreVa@aol.com, www.theatre-washington-va.com.

January 18 (Sunday) –
Norfolk, VA.  2:00-4:00 p.m. fiddle workshop, Park Place Baptist Church, 430 W. 31st Street at Colonial
Ave.  Contact:  Amy Ferebee, 757-456-1446,
amyferebee@hotmail.com.

January 18 (Sunday) –
Norfolk, VA.  7:30 p.m. concert, Park Place Baptist Church, 430 W. 31st Street at Colonial Ave.  
Contact:  Amy Ferebee, 757-456-1446,
amyferebee@hotmail.com.

January 19-20 –
Greensboro, NC.  Music classes, workshops, and programs, School of Music, University of North Carolina at
Greensboro.  Contact: Professor Revell Carr, School of Music, 336-334-5030,
JRCARR2@uncg.edu.

January 22 –
Oakton, VA (Washington DC area).  7:30 p.m. house concert, 10411 Hunter Ridge Drive, Oakton, VA 22124.  
Contact:  Howard Jones, 703-938-0490,
cjonesinva@msn.com.

January 23 (Friday) –
Newark, DE.  8:00 p.m. concert at Unitarian/Universalist Fellowship Hall, 420 Willa Road.  
Contact:  Todd Denton, 610-308-9446 (cell),
toddenton@gmail.com.

January 24 (Saturday) –
Glen Allen, VA (Richmond area).  8:00 p.m. concert at Shady Grove Coffeehouse, Unitarian
Universalist Community Church, 11105 Cauthorne Road. Contact:  Scott Hammer, 804-323-4288,
scott.k.hammer@verizon.net.

January 25 (Sunday) –
Glen Echo, MD.  7:30 p.m. dance, sponsored by Folklore Society of Greater Washington.  
Contact:  Robert Cox,
rcox.geo@yahoo.com, http://www.fsgw.org.

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March 1 (Sunday) –
Washington DC.  10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.  Fiddle workshop at the home of Ulrike Brauneis, Washington DC.  
Contact: Ulrike Brauneis, 202-462-2876,
ulrike@brauneis.us.

March 13 (Friday) –
Jonesboro, AR.  5:00-6:00 p.m. lecture-concert on “Fiddle Tunes of the Old Frontier.” Arkansas State
University. Contact: Prof. William Clements, 870-972-2226,
wclement@astate.edu.

March 15-20 –
Mountain View, AR.  Fiddle instructor at Ozark Folk School, Ozark Folk Center.  
Contact: Carl Adkins, Music Director, (870) 269-3851,
carl.adkins@arkansas.gov, http://www.ozarkfolkcenter.com.

March 22-24 –
Mountain View, AR.  Fiddle instructor at Ozark Folk School (Short Session), Ozark Folk Center.  
Contact: Carl Adkins, Music Director, (870) 269-3851,
carl.adkins@arkansas.gov, http://www.ozarkfolkcenter.com/folk_schools.

March 27 (Friday) –
Leesville, LA. Keynote lecture-concert for annual meeting of Louisiana Folklore Society.
Contact: Prof. Keagan LeJeune,
clejeune@mcneese.edu, or Prof. Susan Roach. msroach@latech.edu.

April 1 (Wednesday) –
Chestnut Hill, MA.  6:30-8:30 p.m. concert (with Ken Perlman, banjo).  Connolly House, Boston
College.  Contact:  Beth Sweeney, Director, Irish Music Center, John J. Burns Library, (617) 552-3956,
sweeneec@bc.edu,
http://www.bc.edu/centers/irish/gaelicroots.

April 2 (Thursday) –
Montague, MA.  Evening concert, Montague Grange Hall, 34 Main St.  Contact: David Kaynor,
dakaynor@gmail.com or davidkaynor@mac.com.

April 3 (Friday) –
Burlington, VT.  7:30 p.m. concert in Billings North Lounge, University of Vermont.  Contact: Mark Sustic,
mrksustc@together.net.

April 4 (Saturday) –
Burlington, VT.  9:30-11:30 a.m. fiddle workshop (Alan Jabbour) and a parallel banjo workshop (Ken
Perlman).  Contact: Mark Sustic,
mrksustc@together.net

April 4 (Saturday) – Saxtons River, VT.  8:00 p.m. concert, Main Street Arts.  Contact: Main Street Arts, 802-869-2960,
info@mainstreetarts.org.

April 5 (Sunday) –
Saxtons River, VT.  Noon-3:00 p.m. fiddle workshop (Alan Jabbour) and a parallel banjo workshop (Ken
Perlman), Main Street Arts.  Contact:  Main Street Arts, 802-869-2960,
info@mainstreetarts.org, or Jill Newton,
jnewton@vermontacademy.org.

April 5 (Sunday) –
Concord, NH.  7:30 p.m. house concert.  Contact: Ana Burtnett, 603-228-5535, adgburtnett@comcast.net.

June 12-13 (Thursday-Friday) –
Glen Lyn, VA.  Instructor for two-day (10 a.m.-noon) fiddle workshop during Henry Reed
Memorial Oldtime Fiddlers Convention.  Contact: Chris Via, 540-726-3079,
adivia@wvva.net.

June 14-20 –
Johnson, VT.  Fiddle instructor at Northeast Heritage Music Camp, Johnson State College.  
Contact: Ken Perlman, 812-334-7992,
kenperlman@aol.com, www.northeastheritagemusiccamp.com.

June 20 (Saturday) –
Morrisville, VT.  Participant in Northeast Heritage Music Fest, River Arts Center, 74 Pleasant St.  
Contact: River Arts, 802-888-1261,
http://riverartsvt.org.

August 14-16 (Friday-Sunday) –
Montréal, Quebec.  Festival participant (with Ken Perlman) in La Grande Rencontre: La
Diversité du Patrimoine Vivant, Parc Lafontaine.  Contact: Gilles Garand, 514-273-0880,
garand.gilles@vl.videotron.ca,
http://granderencontre.com.  

September 12 (Saturday) –
Brooklyn, New York. Workshop and concert at all-day festival, 12th Annual Park Slope Bluegrass
and Old-Time Jamboree, Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, 53 Prospect Park West at 2nd Street, Park Slope.
Contact: Tina Aridas, Mountain Redbird Music, 718-965-8490 (office), 718-594-5561 (cell),
tina@jamesreams.com.


North Carolina Tour (with banjoist Ken Perlman) – October 3-6, 2009

October 3 (Saturday) – Asheville, NC. (Private event) Morning lecture presentation, evening musical program with Ken
Perlman, at annual meeting of  the National Association of Music Executives in State Universities, Grove Park Inn.

October 4 (Sunday) –
Black Mountain, NC. 2:00 p.m. concert (with Ken Perlman on banjo) at White Horse Black Mountain,
105C Montreat Road. Contact: 828-669-0816,
whitehorseblackmountain@gmail.com.

October 4 (Sunday) –
Tryon, NC. 7:00 p.m. house concert (with Ken Perlman on banjo) at the home of Bibi and Ron Freer.
Contact: Claude Graves, (828) 894-8091,
lilmtn@windstream.net.

October 5 (Monday) –
Mebane, NC. 7:30 p.m. house concert (with Ken Perlman on banjo). Contact: Stephen Siebel,
919-304-4146,
StephenS@restorationwoodworks.com.

October 6 (Tuesday) –
Greensboro, NC. (Private event) Teaching session with oldtime ensemble class, School of Music,
University of North Carolina-Greensboro.


October 25 (Sunday) –
Logan, Utah. Afternoon fiddle workshop, evening concert (with Hal Cannon).
Contact: Lisa Duskin-Goede, 435-752-9650 (home), 435-757-5420 (cell),
duskingoede@comcast.net.

October 30-November 1 (Saturday-Sunday) –
Fredonia, NY.  Special guest for Folk Music Weekend.  
Contact: Dick Gilman,
rgilman@netsync.net.

November 28 (Saturday) –
Jaffrey, NH. 1:00-4:00 p.m. fiddle workshop by Alan Jabbour, separate banjo workshop by Ken
Perlman. Silver Ranch Hall, 183 Turnpike Road. Contact: Rich Hamilton, 603-547-7435,
rham36@myfairpoint.net.

November 28 (Saturday) --
Jaffrey, NH. 7:30 p.m. concert by Alan Jabbour and Ken Perlman on fiddle and banjo, Silver Ranch
Hall, 183 Turnpike Road. Contact: Rich Hamilton, 603-547-7435,
rham36@myfairpoint.net.

November 29 (Sunday) –
Woods Hole, MA. 7:30 p.m. concert (with Ken Perlman on banjo), Woods Hole Folk Music Society,
Woods Hole Community Hall, 68 Water Street. Contact: Clyde Tyndale,
ctyndale@cape.com.

2008 Schedule

February 23 – Washington, DC.  Instructor for all-day fiddle workshop.  Contact:  Ulrike Brauneis, (202) 462 2876
or e-mail at
ulrike@brauneis.us.

March 16-21 –
Mountain View, AR.  Fiddle instructor at Ozark Folk School, Ozark Folk Center.  
Contact: Carl Adkins, Music Director, (870) 269-3851,
carl.adkins@arkansas.gov, http://www.ozarkfolkcenter.com.

April 3 –
Bloomington, IN.  8:00 p.m. concert on fiddle (with Ken Perlman on banjo, co-presenting with Brad Leftwich and Linda
Higginbotham).  Waldron Arts Center Auditorium, 4th and Walnut.  Contact:  Ken Perlman, (812) 334-7992,
kenperlman@aol.com, or rnagy32@hotmail.com.

April 4-6 –
Boonville, MO.  Performer on fiddle (with Ken Perlman on banjo), Big Muddy Folk Festival.  
Contact: Dave Para,
dpara@iland.net.

April 11 –
Hopewell, VA.  Lecture-concert on “Fiddle Tunes of the Old Frontier” for opening of exhibit New Harmonies:
American Roots Music.  Contact: Kenny Holly, Beacon Theatre, 804-458-6551,
kholly@beacontheatre.org

April 18 – Kensington, CA.  8:00 p.m. concert with the Backporch Pickers, in Arlington Community Church, 52 The Arlington.  
Contact:  
leslieshanti@yahoo.com, 510-843-7745.

April 21-June 11 –
Berea, KY.  In residence at Berea College for seven weeks on an Appalachian Music Fellowship, doing
research in the Special Collections and Archives, Hutchins Library, Berea College.

May 18 –
Bowling Green, KY.  2 p.m. Fiddle concert at the Pioneer Log Cabin, Western Kentucky University.  
Contact:  Erika Brady, (270) 745-5902 office, (270) 784-8659 cell,
erika.brady@wku.edu.

June 13-14 –
Glen Lyn, VA.  Instructor for two-morning fiddle workshop during Henry Reed Memorial Oldtime Fiddlers
Convention.  Contact:  Chris Via, 540-726-3079,
adivia@wvva.net.

June 15-21 –
Johnson, VT.  Fiddle instructor at Northeast Heritage Music Camp, Johnson State College.  
Contact: Ken Perlman, 812-334-7992,
kenperlman@aol.com.

July 6-12 –
Swannanoa, NC.  Fiddle instructor at Fiddle Week, Swannanoa Gathering, Warren Wilson College.  
Contact:  828-298-3434,
gathering@warren-wilson.edu, www.swangathering.com.

July 12 –
Tazewell, VA.  6:30 p.m.  Special fiddle presentation at Tazewell County Old Time and Bluegrass Fiddlers’
Convention, Tazewell Co. Fairgrounds.  Contact:  Charlotte Whitted, Historic Crab Orchard Museum,
Email:   
cwhitted@craborchardmuseum.com or info@craborchardmuseum.com,  Phone: 276-988-6755.
http://www.craborchardmuseum.com/Bluegrassinfo.htm

August 3-8 – St. John’s, Newfoundland, CANADA.  Keynote speaker for conference, fiddle performer (with Ken Perlman on
banjo), and fiddle instructor at North Atlantic Fiddle Convention 2008.  Contact:  Anna Kearney Guigne, Artistic Director, North
Atlantic Fiddle Convention 2008,
www.mun.ca/nafco2008, ak-guigne@nl.rogers.com.

Aug. 10-17 –
Deckers, CO.  Instructor at Rocky Mountain Fiddle Camp.  Contact:  Mark Luther, (303) 753-6870,
MFLuther@aol.com, www.rmfiddle.com.

October 25 (Saturday) –
Louisville, KY.  1:30-3:30 p.m. lecture on “The New Lost City Ramblers and the Instrumental Folk
Music Revival” during panel on “The New Lost City Ramblers at 50,” annual meeting of the American Folklore Society.Hyatt
Regency Louisville, 320 West Jefferson.

Midwest Tour (with banjoist Ken Perlman) – October 26-November 2

October 26 (Sunday) – Maplewood, MO (St. Louis).  2-5 p.m. fiddle workshop at the Folk School of St. Louis, 3155 Sutton
Blvd., Suite 101, Maplewood, MO.  Contact: Colleen M. Heine, 314-781-2244,
www.folk-school.com, colleen@folk-school.com

October 26 (Sunday) – Maplewood, MO (St. Louis).  8 p.m. concert, The Focal Point, 2720 Sutton Blvd., Maplewood, MO.  
Contact:  Judy Stein, 314-781-4200,
http://www.thefocalpoint.org.

October 28 (Tuesday) –
St. Louis, MO.  Morning school programs.  Contact:  Michelle Howard,
MHoward@lindberghschools.ws.

October 28 (Tuesday) –
Terre Haute, IN.  Concert and jam, The Coffee Grounds, 423 Wabash Avenue, Terre Haute, IN.  
Contact:  The Coffee Grounds, 812-238-9664,
info@thecoffeegrounds.biz.

October 29 (Wednesday) –
Chicago, IL.  Concert and workshops, Fiddle Club of the World, Old Town School of Folk Music.  
Contact:  Paul Tyler,
http://oldtownschool.org/connect/fiddleclub, ptyler@ameritech.net.

October 30 (Thursday) –
Batavia, IL.   7:30 p.m. house concert, sponsored by Fox Valley Folklore Society.  Contact:  Lynn
Garren, 630-761-0599,
garren@earthlink.net; or Juel Ulven, 630-897-3655, juelu@aol.com.

October 31 (Friday) –
Kalamazoo, MI.  Evening house concert.  Contact:  Marilyn Branch, mlbranch@yahoo.com.

November 1 (Saturday) –
Ann Arbor, MI.  Morning and afternoon fiddle workshops at Pittsfield Grange, 3337 Ann Arbor Saline
Road, Ann Arbor, sponsored by Ann Arbor Council for Traditional Music and Dance (AACTMAD).  10 a.m.-noon intermediate
fiddlers, 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Advanced fiddlers.  Contact:  Joan Hellmann,
hellmann@umich.edu, 734-769-1052,
http://aactmad.org/cal/frontpage.html.

November 1 (Saturday) –
Ann Arbor, MI.  8:00 p.m. contra dance at Pittsfield Grange, 3337 Ann Arbor Saline Road, Ann Arbor,
sponsored by Ann Arbor Council for Traditional Music and Dance (AACTMAD), with Glen Morningstar calling.  
Contact:  Joan Hellmann,
hellmann@umich.edu, 734-769-1052, http://aactmad.org/cal/frontpage.html.

November 2 (Sunday) --
Ann Arbor, MI.  3:00 p.m. concert at Pittsfield Grange, 3337 Ann Arbor Saline Road, Ann Arbor,
sponsored by Ann Arbor Council for Traditional Music and Dance (AACTMAD).  Contact:  Joan Hellmann,
hellmann@umich.edu, 734-769-1052, http://aactmad.org/cal/frontpage.html.

2007:

Feb. 9 – Arlington, VA.  7-9 p.m. house concert, with Ken Perlman on banjo, at home of Lew Stern.
Contact: Lew Stern, (703) 920-8511,
brooklynbanjoboy@comcast.net.

Feb. 10 –
Washington, VA. 8 p.m. concert at The Theatre at Washington, Virginia. Contact: Wendy Weinberg, (540) 547-3993
or 540-675-1253,
theatreva@aol.com, http://www.theatre-washington-va.com.

March 12 –
Williamsburg, VA.  Keynote lecture-concert for annual meeting of Virginia Association of Museums.  
Contact: Margo Carlock, Executive Director, Virginia Association of Museums, 804-788-5821,
mcarlock@vamuseums.org.

Mar. 16-18 –
High Springs, FL. Fiddle instructor at Suwannee Banjo Camp, O’Leno State Park.
Contact: Ken Perlman,
kenperlman@aol.com.

March 19-24 –
Mountain View, AR.  Fiddle instructor at Ozark Folk School, Ozark Folk Center.  
Contact: Carl Adkins, Music Director, (870) 269-3851,
carl.adkins@arkansas.gov, http://www.ozarkfolkcenter.com.

March 30-31 –
Dade City, FL.  Guest of honor at 25th Annual Florida Old Time Music Championship, Sertoma Youth Ranch,
Dade City.  Contact: Jim Strickland, (813) 991-4774,
http://www.fotmc.org, mrethnic@msn.com.

April 2 --
St. Leo, FL.  7:30 p.m. concert at St. Leo University.  Contact:  Jim Strickland, (813) 991-4774, mrethnic@msn.com.

June 16 –
Johnson, VT.  Concert of faculty for Northeast Heritage Music Camp (see next item).

June 17-23 –
Johnson, VT.  Fiddle teacher at Northeast Heritage Music Camp, Johnson State College.  
Contact:  Ken Perlman, (812) 334-7992,
kenperlman@aol.com.

July 15-21 –
Caldwell, ID.  New Harmonies: Exploring American Roots Music.  A summer institute for Idaho teachers,
sponsored by the Idaho Humanities Council.  Contact: Rick Ardinger, Executive Director, Idaho Humanities Council,
208-345-5346,
Rick@idahohumanities.org.

July 21 –
Boise, ID.  8:00 p.m. American Roots Music Concert.  Featuring Hal Cannon, Alan Jabbour, and Rosalie Sorrels.  
Esther Simplot Performing Arts Center, 9th and Myrtle.  Contact: Dave Daley, 208-344-3538,
daley2004@earthlink.net.

August 5-11 –
Swannanoa, NC.  Fiddle instructor during Fiddle Week of Swannanoa Gathering, Warren Wilson College.  
Contact: Jim Magill, Director, Swannanoa Gathering,
jmagill@warren-wilson.edu, (828) 273-2419.

Sept. 16 –
Takoma Park, MD.  Performer on fiddle (with John Schwab on guitar) at Takoma Park Folk Festival,
11:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Takoma Park Middle School, 7611 Piney Branch Road.  
Contact:  Fred Stollnitz,
fstollnitz@comcast.net,  (301) 681-5748.

October 13 –
Chestertown, MD.  Presenter at “Behind the Scenes: An Afternoon of American Music” at a benefit for
St. Martin’s Ministries at Chester River Yacht and Country Club.  
Contact: Jim Anderson, (410) 778-4165,
winandjim@hotmail.com.

October 17-21 –
Quebec City, Quebec.  Participating in the annual meeting of the American Folklore Society.

November 13 –
College Park, MD.  8:30-11:00 p.m.  Fiddler for Hot Squares square dance, Cherry Hill RV Park Conference
Center.  Contact:  Janine Smith,
janineandmatt@msn.com, http://home.comcast.net/~hotsquares/.


2006:

Jan. 7 – Washington DC, Fiddle workshop, home of Ulrike Brauneis, 2863 29th St. NW, Washington DC.
Info: 202-462-2876, ulrike@brauneis.us

Jan. 8 – Glen Echo, MD. Play (with John Schwab) at Folklore Society of Greater Washington dance, Spanish Ballroom,
Glen Echo Park, Glen Echo, MD.

Jan. 15-21 –
Brasstown, NC. John C. Campbell Folk School (Instructor) www.folkschool.org  

Jan. 21-Feb. 5 – SOUTHEASTERN TOUR (Alan Jabbour, fiddle, Ken Perlman, banjo)

Jan. 21 -- Sautee, GA.  Evening dance at Sautee Community Center. Info: Peter Bull, 706-476-6229

Jan. 22 –
Union Grove, NC. 3:00 PM concert, The Cook Shack. Info: Tom and Gail Watts, tomgwatts@adelphia.net
cookshackshows@adelphia.net
, 704-528-5060, uniongrovemusic.site.voila.fr

Jan. 23 -- Charlotte, NC.  7:00-10:00 PM. fiddle and banjo workshops, home of Tom Hanchett and Carol Sawyer, 1609 The
Plaza. Info: Jon Singleton, 704-536-4843,
fiddlejon@aol.com

Jan. 24 – Tryon, NC. 7:00 PM house concert, home of Claude Graves. Info: Claude Graves,
828-894-8091,
lilmtn@teleplex.net

Jan. 25 – Cullowhee, NC. 5:30 PM concert at the Mountain Heritage Center, Western Carolina University.  
Info: Suzanne  McDowell, Mt. Heritage Center, 828-227-7129,  
http://www.wcu.edu/mhc/calander.htm

January 26 – Boone, NC. Afternoon fiddle and banjo workshops at Jones House (Watauga County Arts Council),
Boone; 7:30 PM concert at Appalachian State University. Contact Mark Freed,
philburs@yahoo.com.

Jan. 27 –
Cookeville, TN. 7:00 PM house concert at home of Howie Acuff and Delnora Reed Acuff,
931-510-0483,
howie@frontiernet.net

Jan. 28 – Hermitage, TN. 2-5 PM fiddle and banjo workshops, 7-9 PM house concert, 9-11 PM jam at home of Ron and Diane
Ault,   309 Canberra, 615-884-8074
fiddletoon@bellsouth.net , www.rondiane.org

Jan. 29 – Birmingham, AL. 4:00 PM Concert at Bare Hands Gallery, 109 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. S.
Info: Wendy Jarvis, 205-324-2124  
wendyjarvis@barehandsgallery.com

Jan. 30 -- Dowling Park, FL. 7:00 PM  concert at Advent Christian Village. Info: 386-658-5400.
Also 10:00 AM program for seniors on Jan 31.

Jan. 31 --  
Tallahassee, FL. 7:00 PM house concert at home of Hank Taylor, 10210 Miccosukee Rd.,
850-877-6210,
maddyhank@aol.com.

Feb. 2 --
Tampa, FL. 7:30 PM concert at Unitarian Universalist Church of Tampa,11400 Morris Bridge Rd.
Info: Gloria Holloway, 813-837-6572,
gshello@tampabay.rr.com.

Feb. 3 –
Delray Beach, FL. Concert at home of Robert Wood, robertj7@bellsouth.net

Feb. 4 – Winter Haven, FL. Concert at Lakeside Music Room, 604 30th St., N.W.
(must call for reservations) Info: Sally Anderson, 863-293-1510,
sandhd@verizon.net

Feb. 5 – Gainesville, FL. Dance, Gainesville Oldtime Dance Society, Thelma Bolton Rec. Center, 516 NE 2nd Ave.,3-7 p.m.

End of Southeast Tour with Ken Perlman

March 16 -- Jacksonville, FL. Symposium on collecting folk music and oral history, followed by concert, University of North
Florida (Participant). Info: 978-534-6407,
kenperlman@aol.com, or Ron Kephart, UNF, rkephart@unf.edu

March 17-19 -- High Springs, FL. Suwannee Old Time Banjo Camp, O'Leno State Park (Instructor).
Info: 978-534-6407,
kenperlman@aol.com, www.suwanneebanjocamp.com.

March 30-April 2 –
Lexington, KY. Lecture-concert, John Jacob Niles Center for American Music, University of Kentucky.
Info: Ron Pen, 859-257-8183,
rapen01@uky.edu

April 2 – Bowling Green, KY. 2-5 PM, fiddle workshop, Western Kentucky University.  
Reservations and information: Erika Brady, Western Kentucky,
Erika.Brady@wku.edu, (270) 745-5902.

April 5 –
Bowling Green, KY. Evening lecture on “Cemetery Decoration in the Great Smoky Mountains.” Information: Michael
Ann Williams, Western Kentucky University,
Michael.Williams@wku.edu, (270) 745-5898.    

April 7 –
Greensboro, NC. Afternoon lecture during all-day symposium and master of ceremonies for evening concert, NC
MUSIC FEST: A Celebration of North Carolina String Band Traditions, University of North Carolina-Greensboro.  Information:
Prof. Gavin Douglas, University of North Carolina-Greensboro,
gddougla@uncg.edu.

May 4 -
Haifa, Israel.  Lecture at the The University of Haifa.  Subject:   Henry Reed and the Heisenberg Principle:  Adventures
of a Documentarian among Fiddlers.  The lecture will take place at University of Haifa in Eshkol Tower,
20th floor, room 2001.

May 19-21 –
Groton, MA. Fiddle instructor, Banjo Camp North.  Info: www.mugwumps.com

May 26-27- Union Grove, NC.  Performer (with Ken Perlman), Fiddler’s Grove festival.  Info:  Henry Van Hoy, (336) 751-2171,
hvh@mvhlaw.com.

June 2-4 --
Lansing, MI.  Fiddle instructor, Midwest Banjo Camp. Info: http://www.midwestbanjocamp.com,
info@midwestbanjocamp.com

June 9-10 -- Glen Lyn, VA. Two-day fiddle workshop,10 AM-12 noon each day, at Henry Reed Memorial Fiddlers Convention,
Glen Lyn Park. Information and registration: Alan Jabbour, 202-333-1089,
jabbour@myexcel.com

June 11-17 -- Johnson, VT. Northeast Heritage Music Camp (Instructor). Info: 978-534-6407
kenperlman@aol.com, www.northeastheritagemusiccamp.com.

June 19-21 –
Columbus, OH. Speaker at symposium on “Arab-American Family Immigration Sagas,” Ohio State University.
Info: Sabra Webber,
webber.1@osu.edu, 614-299-2569

June 23-25 --
Altamont, NY.  Guest performer (with Ken Perlman), Old Songs Festival of Traditional Music & Dance. Altamount
Fairgrounds, 100 Main St.  Info:
http://www.oldsongs.org/festival/index.html, 518-765-2815

July 26-30 --
Aberdeen, Scotland.  Speaker and performer at The North Atlantic Fiddle Convention 2006.  
Info: Dr. Ian Russell, Director, Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen, tel. 01224 272996,
elphinstone@abdn.ac.uk, http://www.abdn.ac.uk/elphinstone/events/nafco06/index.shtml

Aug. 6-12 -- Swannanoa, NC.  Instructor at Swannanoa Gathering (Fiddle Week), Warren Wilson College.
Info: 828-298-3434,
gathering@warren-wilson.edu, http://www.swangathering.org

Aug. 14-20 – Mountain View, AR. Weeklong fiddle workshop at Ozark Folk Center. Contact:   Elliott Hancock, Assistant
Manager, Ozark Folk Center,  870-269-3851,
Elliott.Hancock@arkansas.gov.

Sep. 10 –
Takoma Park, MD. Performance at Takoma Park Folk Festival.  Contact: Fred Stollnitz, 301-681-5748,
fstollnitz@comcast.net.

Sep. 24 –
Blue Ridge Music Center, Galax, VA.  1:00 p.m. lecture-concert, "Close Encounters with the Appalachian Fiddle:
Tunes and Stories Gathered from Stalking the Wild Fiddle Tune"; 3:00-6:00 p.m. fiddle workshop.  
Reservations:  276-236-5309  or contact Mindy DeCesar, Blue Ridge Parkway, 540-745-9680,
Mindy_DeCesar@nps.gov,   
http://www.blueridgemusiccenter.org.

Oct. 8 –
Roxbury, NY. Performance with Ken Perlman for annual festival, Fiddlers 13, sponsored by Roxbury Arts.  
Info: Ann Epner,
aepner@roxburyartsgroup.org, 607-326-7908

Oct. 13-15 --
Groton, MA.  Fiddle instructor at Old Time Music Camp North.  
Info: Mike Holmes, 781-209-1130,
mholmes@mugwumps.com, www.mugwumps.com/otm.html

Nov. 9-10 –
Tuscaloosa, AL.  Lecture and fiddle workshop, University of Alabama.  Contact: James Hall, Director, New School,
jhall2@nc.ua.edu.

Nov. 11 –
Tuscaloosa, AL. Lecture on Decoration Day traditions in the South, meeting of Alabama Folklife Association.
Contact: Jim Hall,  
jhall2@nc.ua.edu.