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Fiddle

  • Alden Robinson

    Alden Robinson learned to play the fiddle as a child growing up in coastal Maine. His earliest lessons came from Tamora Goltz, Katie Newell, and from the teachers at Maine Fiddle Camp. In college, he studied Irish fiddle in Ireland … Continue reading

  • Maggie Robinson

    Maggie Robinson has been teaching fiddle since 2003.  She began taking fiddle lessons the age of 10 and became concert mistress of her school orchestra during her senior year.   Many years later she discovered Contradancing and fell in love with … Continue reading

  • Don Roy

    Don learned how to play the fiddle from his Uncle, Lucien Mathieu when he was 15 years old, and soon after became influenced by his fiddling friends Ben Guillemette, Joe and Gerry Robichaud, and Graham Townsend. His personal style would … Continue reading

  • Lissa Schneckenburger

    A new England fiddler and folk singer, Lissa grew up in Maine as an active member of the folk music and dance community, where she cut her teeth as a musician at a very young age. She has continued to … Continue reading

  • Fiona Schubeck

    Fiona picked up the fiddle at age two, and learned her first fiddle tunes from her father Bill Schubeck when she was four. She grew up with classical Suzuki training and joined the family contradance band in high school, playing … Continue reading

  • Hank Washburn

    Hank Washburn has been fiddling at contra dances and Irish sessions for, like, ever.  His first exposure to Irish music was in the last century in Philadelphia, where he was graciously encouraged by Mick Moloney and many other musicians at … Continue reading

  • Pam Weeks

    Pam sings and plays several instruments in the folk trio, T-Acadie, is fiddler and singer for the Maine-based Cajun dance band, Jimmyjo & the Jumbol’Ayuhs, plays fiddle and mountain dulcimer in the contradance band, Scrod Pudding, and performs solo or … Continue reading