Heidi and John Cerrigione
live in Ellington, Connecticut and enjoy playing old time sentimental music. Instrumentation typically includes guitar, autoharp, banjo, mountain and hammered dulcimer. Their tunes are drawn from many traditional sources, including fiddle and dance music of early America, the British Isles and Switzerland.

John & Heidi have made four recordings as a duo and also record and perform with Neal & Coleen Walters (Doofus Music) and Atwater-Donnelly. They have performed and taught week-long classes and festival workshops for the past 15 years at various programs across the country, including the Augusta Heritage Program, Dulcimerville at Black Mountain, NC, the John C Campbell Folk School, the Cranberry Dulcimer Gathering, the Nutmeg Dulcimer Festival, August Dulcimer Daze, and the Ozarks Folk Festival. In 2012 Heidi won the Mountain Laurel Autoharp Championship. In 2014 Heidi completed the Music For Healing and Transition Program and is now a Certified Music Practitioner playing bedside therapeutic music. John and Heidi regularly perform for local venues including Farmers Markets, Heritage Days, Coffeehouses, and Senior Centers. They enjoy volunteering for the Eastern CT Health Network playing for Behavioral Health patients and other hospital events. For more information on-line, visit: http://doofusmusic.com/