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Saturday, October 3 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Choosing & Learning a Musical Instrument

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Guitars, banjos, and autoharps, oh my! How to pick a musical instrument to support your singing voice and/or expand your musical horizons.

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GregRobin Smith

Managing Director, Benjamin Franklin - LIVE!
GregRobin Smith is a polymath (or, in simpler terms, "He plays well with lots of toys"). A published poet, performer, musician, and educator, GregRobin (no typo) has been fundraising, translating into Elizabethan, creating classroom content, and bringing back the dead (especially Ben Franklin) for most of his almost 60 years. |  He works with The Washington Shakespeare Festival, The Interactive History Company, represents The Showcase of... Read More →

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Dara Korra'ti

Crime and the Forces of Evil
Being a supervillain means being able to do a bit of everything, because, gods know, you can't trust anyone _else_ to do it. So after learning propaganda in professional radio and publishing, creating new techniques in genetics manipulation, getting _pretty good_ at DIY electronics, and finishing off her supervillain post-grad work as a software developer for the Microsoft corporation, it was only natural for Dara Korra'ti to veer off into music... Read More →

Creede Lambard

Creede Lambard first encountered filk in 1981. He learned to play the banjo in 2003. He started combining the two in 2005 and things haven't been the same since.
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Claire McCague

Simon Fraser University
Claire McCague is a research scientist, musician and writer. She performs regularly with the Sybaritic String Band and her other worldly plays have been featured in festivals across Canada. Her humorous first contact novel, The Rosetta Man, published by EDGE, is her first novel.

Saturday October 3, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Steveston D

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