Lois Hornbostel and Ehukai Teves will perform a concert at 3p.m. on Feb. 12 at the Swain County Center for the Arts in Bryson City.
Their music will feature dulcimer, ukulele and the Chapman Stick guitar along with original songs and music styles from Appalachian roots to classical Celtic music to traditional Hawaiian. Immediately following the concert, there will be light refreshments and a meet and greet reception for the musicians in the lobby. The concert is free and open to the public.
Hornbostel, a Swain County resident since 1987, is a nationally known developer of playing techniques and colorful music styles for the Appalachian Mountain dulcimer. She is also the author of eight dulcimer books.
Teves, who hails from Hawaii, has been a professional musician for 45 years. He has more than 300 copyrighted songs and is known for playing “almost anything that makes a sound,” including lead and bass guitar, ukulele, Chapman Stick guitar, drums, keyboard and mountain dulcimer.
828.488.7843 or www.swain.k12.nc.us/cfta.