Camilla Ammirati

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Camilla Ammirati is the Director of Research and Programs at TAUNY (Traditional Arts of Upstate New York) and the lead researcher on the North Country Folk Instruments project. Camilla has been working on this project since 2014. She herself is a clawhammer banjo player and singer with local groups, and plays as well with bluegrass, oldtime, and folk music communities in Boston, MA and Charlottesville, VA.

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