Thursday May 11 – Around-the-World practice jam!

Hello fiddlers, friends of fiddlers, and the curious,

The last two Around-the-World practice jams are rapidly approaching.

Thursday May 11 – 7:00pm – 8:45pm – Leonard Cohen’s “Bird on a Wire“, Theme song “Persionada” and review other tunes. A great time to ask questions.

Sunday May 14 – 1:00pm – 3:30pm – Review the entire book. We play the Tune book from top to bottom! Yahoo! Will Tom Leighton grace us with his presence?

Everyone can sign up for world fiddle workshops now: Register here
Workshops run at 10 am and 11.30 am – Workshop info
Members workshops are included in membership fee.   Become a Member
Non-members can enjoy 2 workshops for $25

We’ve been given a  few more days to get tickets for the mid-east buffet dinner:
Buffet Tickets

We have a great lineup of artists for the evening concert. Membership includes a ticket to the concert, you’ll need tickets for family and friends you can purchase tickets here:

Applause to Sue Meggs and Manfred Becker for a beautiful World Fiddle Day Toronto 2016 video: YouTube link to video Vimeo: link to World Fiddle Day Toronto 2016
If you were playing you’ll find yourself in the video. 

Jam is held at Long&McQuade, 935 Bloor St. West, look for the Clinic door, go up the stairs. Thank you to Long&McQuade for sponsoring our access to their clinic space.

We appreciate your Pay-what-you-can donations for practices! World Fiddle Day Toronto is entirely run by volunteers on a shoestring budget. We gratefully appreciate the funding from the Ontario Arts Council, and the Toronto Arts Council, all of which goes towards paying the musicians.


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