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…
(12/19/2016) The 26th Annual MCDFW is now open for registration. Join Ellen Gawler, Kaity Newell and Greg Boardman on Saturday, February 4, 2017 in Hallowell for this great workshop. Only $20. Download the registration form HERE!
(11/12/2016) Hi everyone, Well it looks like “summer” is about over and it's time to hunker down for another Maine winter.. Of course, Maine Fiddle Camp is really only 7 months away (can that actually be true??). Once again the calendar favors us with the dates. Camp begins with the first June weekend on June 16, and the final August week starts August 13 and ends the 18th. Find the dates for all five sessions at the top of this web page. (more)
Note that the calendar has finally benefitted us by moving the start of Maine Fiddle Camp later in the month of June and, therefore, farther from the end of school! The August sessions are a couple days earlier as well, so (more)
(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.