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Wednesday, 21 May 2014 00:00

Liar’s Bench says farewell with Lough

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art liarsbenchThe Liar’s Bench will hold its final performance of Appalachian storytelling and music at 7 p.m. May 29 in the Mountain Heritage Center at Western Carolina University.

Anne Lough is a nationally known traditional musician, highly acclaimed for her skill as a performer and educator. She has a music education degree from Murray State University and a Master of Music Education degree from WCU. 

Dedicated to the preservation of traditional music, stories and folklore, she now devotes her time to festivals, road scholar classes, workshops, performances and school residencies. Her artistic interpretation, sensitive playing style, versatility, creative arranging and skill as an instructor have given her opportunities to share the music and inspire students in major venues of the dulcimer community.

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