A multi-generational, lakeside, weekend (June) or week-long (June & August) music camp for all ages and levels of ability. Families welcome. Dance music in Scots-Irish, French Canadian, Canadian Maritime & Scandinavian traditions as they’ve evolved in Maine. Learn by ear, learn to play in an ensemble. Staff of scores of traditional musicians giving fiddle, piano, guitar, mandolin, banjo, cello, accordion, ukulele, flute and pennywhistle, mountain dulcimer, harmonica, bass and other classes and workshops with performances, jams, singing, dancing, and swimming. Read more…
(8/11/2018) Thank You Maine Fiddle Campers!
We have reached the gofundme goal for Beadle!
Many thanks from Doug Protsik and Ed Howe.
Community member Beadle was helping out on Saturday night before fiddle camp and was involved in a golfcart accident. An ambulance ride and 5 hrs later he was released with 38 stitches and a huge medical bill. Let's band together to help a wonderful member of our community with his medical expenses. Fiddle camp will even match dollar for dollar every donation towards this cause. Go Beadle! Here's to a swift recovery!
(7/16/2017) Fiddle campers Emeline Dehn-Reynolds, Peter Yarensky and Paul Fackler, have just completed a project to transcribe the tunes played by Maine fiddler, Simon St. Pierre. Check out this page to see a short biography of Simon and a discussion of his playing, as well as the detailed transcriptions of his three albums.
(1/14/2016) We are moving our newsletter emailing list to Mail Chimp and we need your help. Please click on this link: Newsletter Signup to subscribe to the new list. The process is pretty simple and will insure that you get our newsletters in the future. We send occasional newsletters to let you know about related events and activities both at camp and in the community.
(6/1/2015) Published on Jun 1, 2015
Maine Fiddle Camp Director Doug Protsik talks about this multi-generational tradition music camp and demonstrates the music on various instruments offered at the camp in an interview by Ann Page.