Looking for music that is unique and exceptional for your next special event or gathering? The sound of the hammered dulcimer can provide that experience for you.
With over 25+ years of experience, Tammy Martin has introduced many to the beautiful sound of the hammered dulcimer. Those experiencing the dulcimer for the first time walk away in wonder from the sight and sound of the instrument.
An ancient instrument with the sounds of piano and harp, the melodious tone of hammered dulcimer can evoke any mood from joyous & carefree to somber & soothing.
Providing background music or in concert, Tammy shares her music as a solo performer or with others and would be honored to provide the beauty of the hammered dulcimer for your next special event.
--Wedding Ceremonies and Pre/Post Wedding functions -- --See Wedding page for more information
--Worship services and other church events
--Gallery and Business openings
--Coffee house or small restaurant venues
--Special dinners or banquets
--Seasonal Events - Fall Festivals, Heritage Festivals, etc.
--School festivals, After-school groups, School Club Meetings
--Christmas events or home tours
For further booking information and to discuss the needs of your event:
"If you’re in the market for a rich and melodic blend of music for your event, look no further than Tammy Martin and her lovely hammered dulcimer. Ms. Martin is highly skilled at this difficult instrument, with a gorgeous repertoire of tunes for either background or center stage. Featuring traditional and Celtic tunes, she provides a pleasant mix and just the right touch for events both big and small. I cannot recommend her enough!" --Leslie Peterson
Write Away Editorial
"The music provided by Tammy Martin and her dulcimer has not only added significantly to the experience of our community and fund-raising events, but also has helped draw audience to these events. Tammy's musicality as well as her repertoire excite many within our community who appreciate quality music as part of the enjoyment and purpose of occasions that bring people together.” -- Dirk Moore
Emory and Henry College