Scotland comes to Everett May 1st, as the Northwest Scottish Fiddlers return for a repeat performance at the main Everett Public Library auditorium, downtown Everett. Music from Scotlalnd, Nova Scotia, and the Shetland Islands will be featured, on fiddles, guitar, piano and string bass, under the musical direction of Calum MacKinnon, long time Scottish fiddler, from Edmonds. There will something for everyone- including solos, family acts, dancing, and singing. The club has performed to standing room only crowds at Seattle’s Folklife and other venues, and looks forward to again sharing our music with Everett.”
Concert May, 2014 at the library.
Doors open at 1:30, show starts at 2:00
The show is free and open to the public. For more information go to: http://epls.org/calendar/main-library/4784
Serious plans are underway for our second performance at the Everett Library on May 1st.! The concert is slated to begin at 2 PM.
More details as they are available- but rest assured many of your favorites will be returning, and we are looking forward to it!
It’s hard to believe it’s already been a week since we were first gathered together to begin our Scottish musical journey with Alasdair and Natalie!
If you’re looking for a video to guide you through those great tunes you learned just a week ago, look no further! Many thanks to Jasmin Dickerson for your effort! Photos are coming in daily now, and we’ll do our best to share them, too. (Just click on “video” above!)
Happy practicing! and stayed tuned on news for next years’ workshop!!
Fiddle raid in progress, lead by the fearless Alasdair!
This schedule will give you a general idea of the activities planned. To print: http://www.nwscottishfiddlers.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/A8-daily-schedule.pdf Schedules will be posted in various locations for your quick reference. Remember, check the information board in the auditorium for any last minute changes!
The workshop is around the corner! Here’s a must have map if you’ve never attended before!
PRINT this map to help you navigate your way around.http://www.nwscottishfiddlers.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Screen-Shot-2015-12-16-at-4.52.20-PM.png PLEASE NOTE: there will be sandwich boards out on Engle Road to help you spot where to turn in. Registration occurs in Auditorium A. Parking is available on three of the four sides of the auditorium.
You read it right! The workshop is full!
YOU CAN STILL GET TICKETS for the concert though. Hurry! Go to Brown Paper Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2405699 Ticket sales will end shortly.
Tickets for the concert will also be available at the door, while available.
We will put you on a wait list if you email us:
* how many people you would like to sign up.
We thank you for your interest. We will contact you immediately if an opening should become available. You will be contacted in the order we receive requests.
We hope you join us in 2016!
Two good reasons to get your registration in for the upcoming Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas Scottish Fiddle workshop in January!
First, the registration deadline is December 15th- registrations received after this date will be put on a wait-list.
Second, we are filling up- and have limits as to how many folks we can accommodate in order to make sure everyone has a great learning experience.
Go to our registration tab under “Workshop” above to get started!
One might wonder why a piper is featured on the Fiddle Club website… Well, she’s no ordinary piper, and she’s the leader of the club’s youth band! In August, she competed as part of the Northwest Junior Pipe Band, in the World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
Overall, the band came in 6th, and they were featured on King 5 news- here’s the link so you can see them in action. Vienna will be the young lady in the front row: http://www.king5.com/story/news/local/2015/08/15/nw-junior-pipe-band-places-6th–world-championships/31783447/
WAY TO GO, VIENNA! and congratulations to the Northwest Junior Pipe Band!
It’s time! Make plans to join the fun!
Class begins- with enthusiastic
musicians ready to learn and play!
Yes! September 1st you can make your reservation for one of the best Scottish fiddle weekends on this side of the continent! January 15 – 17, 2016. Alasdair Frasier and Natalie Haas will once again join us on Whidbey Island. See the pull down tab “Workshop” then look for the Registration option on the tab- just one click and you are on your way!
Yes, the perfect rainbow and it leads to auditorium A! Come find the magic with us!
We will soon have our registration up and running for our 8th annual Scottish fiddle and cello workshop with Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas! September 1st is our goal!
Basic details for your planning convenience-
When: Friday, January 15 – Sunday, January 17th, 2016
Where: Camp Casey, in Coupeville, on lovely Whidbey Island
Registration fees and workshop fees (includes concert ticket for participant!):
Club members $150, non-members: $175.
(Want to join NW Scottish Fiddlers? Click on our “Join/Renew” tab for details.)
Lodging and meals:
All meals (6 total) and lodging for two nights: $160
Meals only (no lodging, and all meals): $100
Lunch and dinner only- no lodging: $85
Concert tickets: Child: $18, Senior: $20, and Adult: $23
Check back with us soon!
Be sure to reserve you spot under the rainbow!!