Introduction to the Northern Alberta Fiddle Project

Since the 1990s, when Rod Olstad completed the Northern Alberta Fiddle Project, the Alberta fiddling scene has undergone many changes. The fiddlers featured in the NAFP are now ten years older, and, sadly, some have passed away. Fiddling has experienced growth in popularity in Northern Alberta. A new generation of young fiddlers, encouraged by teachers, fiddle associations, and fiddle camps, is beginning to emerge.
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Holly Christiani

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Rod discusses the current fiddling scene and fiddle camps.

Rod discusses the current fiddling scene and fiddle camps.