Fiddle Tunes 2022 Online Option

Fiddle Tune Online Audit and Updated Schedule

Enjoy learning traditional fiddle and banjo music from the comfort of your living room, as Centrum will broadcast two concurrent classes twice a day on July 5, 6, and 7. Each class will run for 75 minutes. We’ll also broadcast three Faculty Showcase Concerts on July 4, 5, and 7. Here’s the schedule (subject to change):

MONDAY
7:00pm – Faculty Showcase Concert in the Wheeler Theater

TUESDAY
10:45 – 1:00:  Liette Remon – Quebecois fiddle, or Eddie Bond – Virginia fiddle

1:15 – 2:30:  Erynn Marshall – Virginia fiddle, or Kevin Carr – fiddle for dancing

7:00:  Faculty Showcase Concert in the Wheeler Theater

WEDNESDAY
10:45 – 1:00: Danny Levin – Texas Swing fiddle, or Màiri Rankin – Cape Breton fiddle

1:15 – 2:30: Gina Forsyth – Cajun fiddle, or John Haywood – Kentucky banjo

THURSDAY
10:45 – 1:00:  Dale Russ – Irish fiddle, or Jackson Lynch, fiddle

1:15 – 2:30:  Jeanie McLerie – Tohono O’odham fiddle, or Jerron Paxton, banjo

7:00pm – Faculty Showcase Concert in the Wheeler Theater

 

 

You will find faculty biographies here:

https://centrum.org/festival-of-american-fiddle-tunes-artist-faculty/

The classes will be broadcast with a two-camera shoot. To be clear, this is an auditing option, so registrants will not have an opportunity to interact with the instructor. Recordings of the classes will be available until July 15, 2022, so you’ll be able to look at all of the classes that are offered. Recordings of the Faculty Showcase Concerts will not be available.

Cost for this option is $100.

 

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