Performers in Atlantia - draft roster
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Performer's SCA namereal nameStepped up as group's POC?SCA home groupEmailposition/job titleURL?preferred activitiesteaching anything?
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Akiyama Kazuhiko, LordSarah PrescottSacred Stonesatal.derihannsu@gmail.comBaronial poetry championskprescott.weebly.com
poetry, dramatics, comedy, storytelling, literature, voice heraldry, being loud
Japanese theatre, tea
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Albree de Greene, LadyMelanie Loftis
Nottinghill Coil and a member of Gyrfalcon's Keep
co-champion. Nottinghill Coill
YouTube video-someone recorded at Yule Toy 2015. https://youtu.be/KDKkC34FHQA
singing
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Allasondrea de Fano, Mistress OL, OPSusan Lee
recorders (usually tenor and bass), vielle, rebec, shawm, crumhorn, bass viola da gamba, and harp, and sing
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Alys d'Avignon, LadyJaime GravesBlack Diamondalysdavignon@gmail.comExchequer
I enjoy singing, especially period pieces. I love when others play or sing with me. I also like dancing, specifically belly dancing though I enjoy other period forms also.
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Angeline of the GroveLinda StuartYShire of Spiaggia Levantinaferreter@comcast.netMOAS
not actually a performer but stepped up to be POC
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Arianna Morgan, Mistress
Christine Reichart Stuermer
chrissings@juno.comLaydes Fayre Director
14th Century Italian Secular Vocal Music
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Azza al Shirazi, Mistress, OLZoe Kuhn Williams
Canton of Salesberie Glen, Barony of Sacred Stone, Statesville NC
azzazazo@yahoo.com
I play hammered dulcimer, recorders, and mandolin for European and Middle Eastern dancers.
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Caterina di PauloShannon MullensWindmasters Hillavaszu@gmail.com
I like singing, and storytelling, and playing music BUT - I don't know any SCA songs (closest to knowing any is uh.. The Dream (This Dream? - whichever one Lucia, sister to Sophia, wrote!), which I only kind of sort of know) and I haven't played a medieval instrument before. Closest I have was clarinet, and I'm a pianist. So it's something I'd like to explore as I get involved in the SCA, but I haven't made it very far yet. I am also VERY happy to host at my place, and even before I can play and participate, I want to do things to help support the performing arts because they're AWESOME and every one of you is AMAZING.
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Ciniod mac DrestBrett McCoyShire of Roxbury Millidragosani@gmail.com
https://www.brettwmccoy.com (not very current in terms of news)
voice, theater, hand percussion, various plucked strings (also do composing and songwriting)
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Clark L Chapin ?Asheville, NCtraditional ballad singer
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Con O'Quyrke, LordBill CanuetteThe Crown lands of Atlantiawcanuette AT gmail DOT comsongs, Tanka,
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Corun MacAnndra, Baron, Master OP, CGD, CP
Craig Allen
Original founder of the Performing Arts Guild!
Lutes, Shakespeare, theater
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Derek le GuardDerek MulderBarony of Lochmerederek.d.mulder@gmail.com
Commedia player - member of Vagando Stolti
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Edward BedevereGary HelminkElvegast/Windmasters' Hillgaryhelmink@yahoo.comMember of i Firenzi
I have a lifetime of semi-skilled modern guitar. I am aspiring to take up the LUTE (I must convert one of my guitars until then). All things Elizabethan, the Earl of Oxford (Shake-Spear) and I must learn John Dowland! Stand-In on stage.
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Efenwealt WystleScott VaughanBarony of Windmasters' Hillvaughanscottf@gmail.com
Interim Second Assistant Undersecretary to the Acting Emergency Deputy Minister of the Department of All That Which is Fun and/or Silly (and occasionally Tacos) for Windmasters' Hill
https://camelot-treasures.com/efenwealt/
singing, guitar, recording. I like to be worshipped as a god at a bardic circle or on stage. I'm a singer/songwriter and play guitar, recorders, krumhorn, bodhran, and some other stuff. I've dabbled in theatre, choir, madrigal singing, puppetry, dance, and some other stuff. I dream of one day heading up an SCA/medieval folk rock band.
Adapting medieval material, “bardic” coaching, recording workshops. early music appreciation, bardic 101/102, troubadors & trouveres, Anglo-norman history/culture/costuming, early music show & tell
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Elizabeth of Hadley Hall
songwriter, singer, harpist, and player of other instruments (violin and recorder
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Fevronia Murometsa, Baroness OLKathleen SobanskyBarony of Storvikowlharp@juno.comRoyal Player, troublemaker
March 19th is Storvik's annual Performers' Revel. In the SCA as an individual performer, I sing and accompany myself on the Celtic harp. I sing both period music and lots of other folk-type music. I am a shameless harmony slut who likes to sing with other people, any time, anywhere. I compose songs for both individual and group performance. I like to play instrumental music with any other musicians in pickup groups, either for dance music or just jamming.
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GaelanHighland Fordenew bardic champion?
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Gawain de Barri, LordColin Bulla
Canton of Salesberie Glen within the Barony of the Sacred Stone
seneschal *at* salesberieglen.atlantia.sca.org
Seneschal of Salesberie Glen, Protégé of Sir Axel of Tavastia
I'm a classically trained cellist with a love of Renaissance and Baroque music. I've got a preference to play with one or more musicians, not because of performance anxiety but truly appreciate the fuller sound of a group playing. Does this mean I won't play solo? No.. but if put on the spot I'll likely make something up based on scale practice I do. I've received some feedback that my 6 & 12 string guitar playing is acceptable for most humans to appreciate as is my voice, but I don't go out of my way to get a turn at bardic circles... in fact I prefer to not participate in those at all except as support singing/playing or audience. What other instruments? If I can figure out a scale on it I can work with just about anything. I'm comfortable with hand percussion instruments, particularly african and mid-east sounds and rhythm.
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Gideon ap Stephan, LordSteve ShellHawkwoodgidonethebrutal@gmail.com
Kingdom Bard 2016/Apprentice to Rosalind Jehanne and Dunstan LeHerryngmonger
Inactive from 2007 - 2014, returned for a year prior to getting kingdom Bard in January 2016
I teach classes in poetry, stage presence and writing.
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Giovan Donado, LordTom HudsonWindmasters' Hilltom.hudson.phd@gmail.com
lute, shawm, viols, recorders, voice; dance; military and processional music, and would like to explore the 15th/16th century Italian improvisational poetic traditions
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Hákon ErfikvaethiskaldMilton WeatherheadBarony of Ponte Alto
milton.weatherhead@yahoo.com
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Hagar the Black, Baron, OLRich ColemanBarony of Nottinghill Coillhagartheblack@gmail.comBardic Champion [2018]Stprytelling
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Harper An Cu
Marenka Ralowicz, call me Harper.
I wander between Bright Hills and Highland Foorde
harperancu@gmail.com
Apprentice to Ruaidhri An Cu
Singing, harping, storytelling, mostly.
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Ii Katsumori
stories and singing songs, and I've been known to dance as well; kyogen (Noh sketch comedy)
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Jaume de Monçó, LordCraig DanielWindmasters
Performing Arts Champion of Windmasters Hill 2015
magic, storytelling, poetry, singing
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Jeane Kilmeny, LadyDominica CampbellCaer Mearthe.kilmeny@gmail.combardic, Euro & ME dance, recorder, poetry
Variety of intro level bardic, classes on various cultures & festivals per request
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Johann von SolothurnJohn Surber, Jr.Black Diamond
johann_von_solothurn@yahoo.com
https://johannthebard.combardic, instrumental music (guitar, guitarra)
bardic 101/102, performance anxiety, history of the guitar in the SCA period, ren guitar/lute/vihuela notation, and stuff
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Lanea verch KerriganAmy Ripton
Roxbury Mill/ Preachain and Anglesey
crazylanea@gmail.com
Head of Anglesey's Bardic College, Bard of Preachain
http://www.crazylanea.com
Singing, spoken word performance, writing, translating Old Irish and Middle Welsh, research/composition for elevations and scrolls for Early Period folks, lots of Shakespeare performances back in the day
Ancient poetic forms, research techniques, fiber arts stuff
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Machteld Cleine, Vrouwe Eva Bogaerts-Hauk
Canton of Cyddlan Downs, Barony of Nottinghill Coill
faerieeva@hotmail.com
I am only getting my feet wet in the SCA. I am an actress, I recite and tell stories and just now have started to open up a bit about public singing.
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Madog hirJustin EielrBarony of Sacred Stonejustin.w.eiler.0@gmail.comhttp://www.last.fm/music/Justin+Eiler
I used to play some guitar and penny whistle.
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Maia BowenMichele ODonnellCanton of Attilliummike0@msn.comME Dance, Medieval Dance, playing zills
ME Dance, Medieval Dance, playing zills
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Manus MacDhaiScott DeanElvegast/Windmasters' Hillscott_dean@mindspring.com
Direttore tecnico (Technical Director) for I Firenzi commedia troupe
http://ifirenzi.comCommedia, singing, reciting stuff
Commedia 101, Engineering for a Mobile Theater Troupe
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Mar Yaakov HaMizrachistorytelling
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Morgan Wolfsinger, BaronessCathy DeMottBlack Diamondwolfsinger@digdat.comchampion of Black Diamond
I am Baroness Morgan Wolfsinger, mundanely known as Catherine DeMott. I dwell in the Barony of Black Diamond, right on the border with the Crown Lands, and am currently the Black Diamond Baronial bardic champion. I write and perform my owner music (singing and guitar, with a smidge of Anglo-Saxon lyre and mandolin). I also tell the occasional story or poem. I currently have 6 Cds of my work available from Moongate Designs, Camelot Treasures or directly from me. My email address is <wolfsinger@digdat.com>.
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Nicolosa d'IsenfirKendra SchmidShire of Isenfirknschmid@gmail.com
Dance mistress for Isenfir, Chancelier for Atlantian Dance Academie
Dance - ECD, Italian, French, everything!
Dance of all types and levels
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Prudence SparrowApril GoodmanBarony of Windmasters HillTapril@mac.comStill a noob
I dance, I would like to sing, I'm attempting to learn recorder and could be convinced to act
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Reyne Telarius ?Bright HillsPAGE contact
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Reynse KyferinMegan Fair SmithNottinghill Coillmeganfair.clarinet@gmail.com
co-champion. Nottinghill Coill
https://prussiansongbook.wordpress.com
Singing and recorder, but I can be convinced to tell a story or take part in a play. My main area of interest is period music notation and composition. My goal is to be able to do all that singing and recorder playing while reading the notation the music was originally written in.
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Rhiannon of Raven's CoveLauren Smith
Barony of Raven's Cove, though I am technically located in the Shire of Cathanar
Smithla08 AT gmail DOT com
I play a lot of (very close to) period flute, recorder, and mandolib, and I sing. I love to perform in ensembles and especially for dancers.
Beginning recorder, music history
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Richard Wyn, LordBright Hillschampion I think
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Rosalind Jehanne, Mistress OLJonna BernsteinBarony of the Sacred Stonewizardofros@triad.rr.com
Songwriting and singing. good verse and bad puns. Specifically, I write original songs, taught a recent class on Middle English songs, have a file of medieval Christmas carols, and am happy to critique others performance and songs in a positive way as a patroness of the bardic arts.
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Ruaidhri An Cu, Master OLruaidhriancu@gmail.comKingdom Bard 2016
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Sabaku no Kumo (Kumo San)Bright Hills
I am rebuilding my songbook, I am writing my stories again, and can always be found on Merchant row.
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Scholastica Joycors, LadyMylinda ButterworthLochmeretotallystories@gmail.com
Dean of Performing Arts - Pennsic 47-50
Telling stories, organizing bardic events, pushing performing arts
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Talorgen Hersir, Baron, Master OP, OGDRandy DeesBarony of the Sacred Stonetal@roanwoulfe.comSinging, organizing bardics
How to organize a bardic
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Teleri the Well-Prepared, LadyYStorviksca_bard@yahoo.comDeputy KMoAS, Writing
http://moeticae.typepad.com/mi_contra_fa/
performing song, poetry, and instrumental music (early harp, wire harp, Germanic lyre, random whistles). Solo. Poetry (compose, perform); song (compose, translate, perform); instruments (harp, lyre, improvisation); stories (perform, and only recently); teaching (it's a performance!). My main focus in on Anglo-Saxon England, and more broadly on (solo) period performance. My teaching increasingly focuses on 'meta' issues, like research, documentation, motivation.
My teaching increasingly focuses on 'meta' issues, like research, documentation, motivation.
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Tessa da VeronaAndrea NicholsShire of Isenfirtessadaverona@gmail.comSinging
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Tessa de SpinaJan HarrisWindmasters Hilltessadespina@gmail.comSing and Comedia
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Tessa de Spina, LadyJan HarrisWindmaster's Hilltessadespina@gmail.comComedia
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Volodya, Sir (Volodimir of Cambion) OL, OPRobert EstyStorviksirharper@aol.com
I play solo with harp and voice, and with my wife Sue. I also am happy to sing in groups.
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Ysabeau ferch GwalchafedJulia SparksYRoxbury Millsparksjlw@gmail.comMOAS
MOAS responding to request for all group contacts
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Ailleann O'MeighanMeghan SherrillPonte Altothedragonhand@gmail.comBaronial Bard
Sillyness, mostly in the form of storytelling, but can sing and play some instruments
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Daniel of the Red MountainDan GoldbergShire of Isenfirdan@madjic.netHey you!
Dance music, instrumental music, singing, kazoos, and rommelpots. I can tell a tale or two
Ensemble development, exploring lesser played peices
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