Canberra Scottish Fiddlers
The Canberra Scottish Fiddlers is a group of Scottish fiddle music enthusiasts who meet regularly to learn, teach and rehearse their favourite Scottish fiddle tunes.
Formed in 1999 in Canberra, Australia's national capital, the group includes fiddlers of all ages and experience. The Fiddlers perform at folk clubs, festivals and community events. The Fiddlers’ repertoire reflects the global flowering of Scottish music, with some members teaching tunes to the group after attending fiddle camps and schools in Australia, New Zealand, Scotland, England, Sweden, Denmark, Spain and the US.
Informal rehearsals take place in convivial surroundings and are lots of fun. If you have a passion for Scottish fiddle music, this may be the small music group for you. Interested fiddlers are always welcome. Private lessons for beginners or more experienced players are available.
The Canberra Scottish Fiddlers usually meet every month, on a Sunday, from 3 – 6 pm.
Contact: Phil Green ph (02) 6258 5221 or (mob) 0428 334248.
2016 National Folk Festival Fiddle Rally in Canberra
Members of the Canberra Scottish Fiddlers performed as part of the Festival Fiddle Rally at the 2016 National Folk Festival in Canberra at Easter. The Fiddle Rally was conducted by Trish Barker from the Sydney Scottish Fiddlers.
The sheet music for the rally is available here.
Canberra Scottish Fiddlers perform at the National Arboretum
The Canberra Scottish Fiddlers performed a pop-up concert at the National Arboretum in Canberra on Saturday 6 February 2016.
Lachlan Green returns to Europe
Canberra Scottish Fiddlers' Lachlan Green returned to Europe in July 2012. He now lives in Glasgow. He has attended music camps in Scotland, Shetland, Denmark and Germany, including the Shetland Fiddle Frenzy 2013 and Harald Haugaard's International Fiddle School 2012 at Bredstedt in Germany.
Our next meeting date will be advised by email to our emailing list. For further details contact Phil Green.