Susquehanna String Theory
Despite little music background, Ann Fisher began playing the Appalachian dulcimer in the mid-1980s. Her husband, Warren began making autoharps in the late 1990s, and surprised her with No. 1; Ann knew she needed to learn how to play it! With the help of music festivals, workshops, and friends, she has been improving her repertoire along with learning how to play his additional gifts of a bowed psaltry (that he made) and a folk harp.
Ann plays with the Frosty Valley Dulcimer Friends and Grey Trey, in addition to Susquehanna String Theory. Ann retired as Professor of Environmental Economics from Penn State University. She and Warren live in Selinsgrove, PA.