Appalachian Traditions - Shared screen with speaker view
Joan Gilliland Robbinsville, NC
Cheryl from New Harbor, Maine
Linda Hunter from Gaithersburg, MD
Chris from Raleigh, NC
hello from Alpine Ca
Serena from Chapel Hill, NC
Hello from Angela in Memphis, TN.
Hi...Ellie from RI and big fan of Aubrey!
Hello from a music lover in Athens Georgia
Hi from Stuart and Gael Lange, Jonesboro, Ga
Hey from a singer/dancer in Durham NC
From Warren, Rhode Island, Aubrey Atwater is an award-winning musician, vocalist,writer, public radio commentator, and dancer, Aubrey Atwater presents captivating programs of folk music, dance, and spoken word.
Folk School blog post about Aubrey:https://blog.folkschool.org/2020/05/11/if-you-want-to-sing-out-sing-out-with-aubrey-atwater/
Upcoming Classes:https://classes.folkschool.org/Instructors.aspx?id=13173Continuing Clawhammer Banjo, October 18-23 Singing Folk Song, October 23-25
My husband was dancing in the kitchen.
Playing, Dancing and Singing Appalachian-Style was her class scheduled this week
These are her upcoming classes: https://classes.folkschool.org/Instructors.aspx?id=13173Continuing Clawhammer Banjo, October 18-23 Singing Folk Song, October 23-25
I believe Aubrey is teaching online. You can contact her via her website.
Beautiful, thank you.
If you change your setting in the chat to send messages to “All panelists and attendees” then everyone can see your messages
Are there standout Old Time archives or collections with online public access that you think are notable?
Jayson you might like the Southern Folklife collection, which has Olive Dame Campbell;s papers. https://library.unc.edu/wilson/sfc/
One of the most wonderful musical experiences I have had was listening to Jean Ritchie sing at the Folk School.
also Smithsonian Folkways Recordings https://folkways.si.edu/
Anyone vote to have Aubrey sing “Spanish Lady” tonight? Such a fabulous telling of the tale by Aubrey.
Fun. Thank you!
What a treat! Thank you Aubrey, Elwood, Darcy, and the entire John C Campbell Folk School.
Yes, Thank you for making these webinars available to us.
Yes thank you
This was so wonderful, thank you so much. Hope to see you all soon at the Folk School!
My husband made the ones we shared with school kids
Thank you for coming everyone!
I made 100 limberjacks in 1976 for the bicentennial. One of them is still dancing with me.
Register for out next webinar, 4 pm June 15thfeaturing Lyle Wheeler who will talk about Wooodworking and the classic Appalachian Ladderback chair.
Link to register:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8WvHgR54SUiHzT815TXj2g
Wonderful webinar! Thank you Aubrey, Elwood, Darcy, and John C. Campbell Folk School. - Julie S., Vermont
Thank you all for coming!
I hope there can be more music webinars — it is fun being able to participate!
I hope to see more music webinars too.
Thank you so much these are such a treat!
Wonderful program Aubrey and Elwood❤️
Thank you. This was wonderful!!!
I’m in heaven x 2! She’s playing it! Thank you!!
Thanks Aubrey, wonderful presentation.
Aubrey and Elwood…thank you for a informative and enjoyable webinar. We hope to see you in Kentucky again some day soon.
beautiful! thank you.
Will these be archived and available to view later?
Yes, we will send a follow-up email with the link
Thanks for conveying the spirit of an in-person music camp.
Thank you all for putting this together! I took Aubrey's class as a work study several years ago and it was amazing! I still play the songs I learned there. Thanks Aubrey!
Well done! Thanks!
Thank you everyone!!