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    Default Re: Article: Master Educator Sharon Gilchrist Spreads her Wings

    Fantastic musician, I think. I'd like to meet her some time.
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    I took Sharon’s workshop at Walker Creek Music Camp some years ago. It was like drinking from a fire hose - an incredible amount of incredibly useful information, crammed into three short half-days. My daughter takes her Peghead Nation beginning mandolin class. Amazing musician - she just keeps growing and growing. Great interview, Tristan. You keep growing and stretching as well.

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    Excellent!

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    I Took the Melodic Embellishment course and am really looking forward to the melodic practice course. Have taken her beginner course and am now taking her intermediate course on Peghead Nation. Great teacher, and player!

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    Thanks for this! Sharon is such a good teacher. And I love her playing. So smooth and controlled. A lot like her colleague, John Reischman.

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    Outstanding interview! We’re so fortunate to have Tristan Scroggins and Daniel Patrick doing such deep dives for us.

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    Great interview! I was lucky to get to attend the Peghead mandolin camp that Sharon, Joe K, and John Reischman taught at a few years ago. She’s a really great teacher and player and I took away quite a bit of technique and theory homework from her.

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    Our congrats to Tristan who picked up the award for IBMA's Writer of the Year last evening.

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    Fun and excellent interview. I've enjoyed taking Sharon's mandolin classes at PegheadNation for about 2 yrs now. At times I will start back at the beginner course and work thru again and I'm constantly finding more and more tidbits I didn't notice first time around. There's a lot on content in her teaching, done in subtle ways. Very enjoyable process and way to learn.

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