Staff

  • Eleanor Buckland

    Eleanor Buckland is a songwriter, singer, and fiddler, but not always in that order. As a 4th generation performing musician, Eleanor has been singing melodies since before she could talk. So it seems only natural that she would eventually fall … Continue reading

  • Mike Burd

    Mike Burd is a professional musician who tours nationally playing bass with Maine’s own Dave Mallett. His (not so) secret passion, however, is playing ukulele and he is indeed the facilitator for the uke group The Merry Plinksters in Farmington. … Continue reading

  • Susie Burke

    Susie Burke has been singing and performing since the early 80s, as a soloist, and a member of several bands and duos, the longest running being with David Surette. Her musical tastes and influences are varied, encompassing contemporary and traditional … Continue reading

  • Isa Burke

    Isa Burke grew up in South Berwick, Maine, and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. On vocals, fiddle, electric and acoustic guitars, and clawhammer banjo, Isa makes music that balances a respect for tradition with a healthy disdain for the … Continue reading

  • Jim Burke

  • Joe Camper

    Joe Camper has been a regular Maine Fiddle Camper for over 15 years.  Joe is always ready to help out, sometimes peeling potatoes, sometimes helping another camper with a tricky spot in a tune, or just a quick joke to … Continue reading

  • Clayton Clemetson

    Clayton Clemetson was raised in the New England folk and contra dance traditions as both a dancer and a musician. After years of classical lessons he discovered a love for piano accompaniment at our very own Maine Fiddle Camp at … Continue reading

  • Baron Collins-Hill

    Baron grew up playing the mandolin in Maine and recently graduated from Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts with a degree in music performance and ethnomusicology. Versed in traditional fiddle music, bluegrass, and jazz, he is known for his rhythmic experimentation … Continue reading

  • Andrea Cooper

    A trained teacher, Andrea Cooper has taught everything from computers to clawhammer banjo. Andrea caught the Irish music bug while she was living in Toronto. Since then, her tin whistle teaching and playing has taken her to places as far … Continue reading

  • John Coté

    Guitarist John Coté has been performing for contra dances since he first fell in love with this pastime back in 1995. John did his music studies at the Berklee College of Music in Boston as well as the University of … Continue reading