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Letitia Berlin, recorder, douçaine; Frances Blaker, recorder, hammered dulcimer; Shira Kammen, vielle, harp, voice; Allison Zelles Lloyd, voice, harp with special guest Temmo Korisheli, voice.
One performance featured Field student Jayda Kasempornkun of Niles playing the hammer dulcimer, also known as a khim, alongside two classmates from the Thai Cultural and Fine Arts Institute of Chicago.
The first of two sessions begins at 1 p.m. with mountain dulcimer instruction, followed by hammered dulcimer instruction at 3 p.m. Instruments will be on hand for individuals who do not have their own.
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