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Nedra is a Hohner endorsed teacher for Harmonica
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An accomplished and award-winning multimedia artist and musician, Nedra Russ is a vessel of creative energy steeped in tradition. With subjects ranging from Italian vineyards to Janis Joplin and other contemporary musicians, to 3D paintings capturing the spiritual essence of nature’s warriors, dragonflies, wolves, and bumblebees, her work details the visual and auditory legacy of the human experience. Nedra’s paintings and songs can be seen and heard across the United States and as far as Europe, Asia, and Australia
Studied Art at Bavard College, Cocoa Florida, Sacramento City College Sacramento Ca.
Studied under Alice Frederick Fran McKenny and Lou Edwards. Owned and operated Nedra’s Fine art gallery in Amador City, CA,
Safeway Art Director, overseeing regional projects, #1 display artist, winning every prize and honor to be had, upon leaving Safeway, earned a degree in graphic communication electronic publishing.
Nedra Russ’s The Harmonica LadyTM line of jewelry features miniature, fully- playable harmonicas. Her designs earned her the distinction of being the very first HOHNER USA Juke Joint Representative accepted on the basis of artistic representation
of the instrument. Since its founding in Germany in 1857, HOHNER has been crafting high-quality harmonicas and other musical instruments, including accordions, guitars, and mandolins, to name a few.
Following an intensive course of study, Nedra is now certified by the renowned Berklee School of Music as a Modern Musician Specialist with emphasis on Songwriting, Musicianship and Music Production.
The Harmonica lady had a great time at SPAH 2017 sold lots of things made lots of new friends hooked up with lots of old friends just living on Tulsa time
Made the main stage Michael Rubins Variety Show
New Items for the 2018 shows and festivals New Rack New to my booth the rocket Harmonicas For show dates and time see events
While in Tulsa at SPAH we made the news News 6 Tulsa Ok
Grils night out
Shop till you drop
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20th Earth day
I will be vending and be performing at this event hope to see you for the day filled with fun
Because living in harmony with the Earth is a year-round commitment "What does it mean to be green?" strives to put together ideas and action items to further that end. categories
Come down and celebrate our 6th wedding anniversary enjoy the music and good food and fine wine.
The Harmonica Lady will have her booth with all the hand mad art and jewelry and Hohner products. Come on out after thanksgiving and get ready for Christmas with the most unique gifts
Details The Harmonica lady with be there with all the wears and Julio an Nedra will be teaching and jamming also The annual SPAH Convention is America's biggest harmonica party! And registration is now open! Held in a different city every year, the SPAH Convention is a five day event that features seminars, jams, and world-class performances by and for players of all types of harmonica and all genres of music! You can view the registration sheet here and either download it, or preferably register online. The 2017 convention will be held August 15-19 in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Hyatt Regency hotel. Hotel information is here. Performers this year will include; Johnny Long, Carolyn Dolan, Hendrick Meurkens, Koei Tanaka, the Ralph Viola & friends harmonica trio with Tony Sgro and Paul Davies, Tom Stryker and top performers playing arrangements of “Big Band” favorites (featuring: Chris Bauer, Winslow Yerxa, Steve Watne, Mike Runyan, George Miklas, Judy Simpson Smith and Al Smith). We'll have more information on performers as we get closer to the convention. Here is an outline of what a day at the SPAH Convention is like: To begin with, at pretty much all times, spontaneous hallway playing sessions, covering a variety of musical styles, are going on wherever a convenient spot is available. DAYTIME ACTIVITIES Starting as early as 8:30 a.m. and ending at 5 p.m., seminars on various topics—from harmonica history to music theory to harmonica maintenance—are presented addressing the needs of all levels of playing ability and the various types of harmonicas. The topics and presenters change every year, so you never know what you might be able to learn! There is also a vendor area with booths manned by the world's major harmonica manufacturers together with smaller makers of specialty items such as harmonica cases, microphones, custom-made parts, and more. CDs by the convention’s featured artists and others are also available, and usually at least one repair booth is open to fix harmonicas.Each afternoon the ballroom is given over to a teach-in, with about two dozen harmonica experts each anchoring a table, teaching small group classes on a topic of their choosing. You can walk around and sit in with whoever sounds interesting to you. The open mic, typically open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., offers a performing opportunity to anyone who wants to get up on stage and strut their stuff. There are daily concerts and shows, particularly on Thursday and Friday afternoons, showcasing certain harmonica styles or lesser known and up-and-coming harmonica talent. On Friday morning there's a teach-in specifically for children, who end by parading through the lobby playing a song they've learned. Some organized day trips to see local sights are offered during the week for spouses who may not be as deeply fascinated by the harmonica as their partners. Saturday morning also features a ladies' breakfast open to all women, and a President's breakfast for harmonica club leaders and manufacturer's representatives. EVENING ACTIVITIES Starting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday concerts are given in the ballroom. After-hours blues, bluegrass, country and jazz jams take place when the concert is over. Saturday evening is the gala banquet with awards, speeches, raffles, and a concert. Typically jams last through the night after the concert has ended.