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Recent efforts include the summer 2017 release on Smithsonian Folkways of his solo album, Sharon Arms is a writer, singer, and student musician who spent 40 years in the heart of South Louisiana’s Cajun culture, much of that involved in the French music scene. She knew many of the Cajun and Creole old-timers who kept the music alive before the 80s revival.With an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Southern Maine, she has written books and articles for children and adults based in the bayou and prairie culture (published under her former married name Doucet).Her books include the tall tale Matt Brown was introduced to old-time music by his banjo-playing father, Tim, who encouraged him from an early age to play the fiddle.The family attended banjo gatherings and old-time music festivals, and hosted old-time jams and various folk music concerts in their home and in nearby venues.By that process folk tradition has always operated. — Stephen Wade, Director, American Roots Music Program Musician and writer Stephen Wade has spent nearly his entire life in study of American folklife, uniting the twin strands of scholarship and the creative arts.
Through it all, we observe a theme articulated by one of our new teachers, Val Mindel, a long-time musician, singer, author, educator, and recording artist.
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He has been on staff at The Colorado Suzuki Institute, Rocky Mountain Fiddle Camp, Strings by the Sea, Old-Time Week at The Swannanoa Gathering, and Southern Week at Ashokan.
He has taught workshops at Berklee College of Music, Morehead State University, The School For Strings, Music for Youth, and the Music Institute of Chicago.
Early this fall, as we talked about her courses, Val proposed a program she called “Making an Old Song Yours”– a step-by-step journey.” She writes, “This class would involve taking an old song, identifying early recordings and sheet music and moving it through to our own realization of it as we might perform it today.” While Val had in mind such numbers as the 1870s song, “Twilight is Stealing,” she noted that other songs such as the Civil-War era “Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still” also figured in her thinking.