Homebound Fiddle Sessions

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From Solution to Program

In March 2020, when schools around the world shut down, FiddleQuest began the Homebound Fiddle Sessions.

What started as a temporary solution to dealing with the isolation and the loss of school routine quickly turned into a regular gathering of students from 6 - 80 years old, from Oregon to Poland. These online fiddle sessions for students and teachers are held weekdays 11-11:30 AM PDT. ​

Daily.

Structured.

Free.

Laurel is a music educator, professional musician, and music librarian in Los Angeles, CA. She has an MM in Violin Performance and a Clear California teaching credential from Cal State LA and has taught for 20 years.

Laurel Diskin

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Ross is a violin and viola teacher and performer with a Doctor of Musical Arts from University of Miami and 15 years of teaching experience.

Ross DeBardelaben

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The Teachers

Happy Mistakes Club

A group for students who are in the beginning and early-intermediate stages of learning.

Typically Level 5 and below

Fast Club

A group for fiddlers who are able to learn more complex tunes quickly.

Typically Level 6 and above.

Which One?

You can choose any group you want! If you're a slower player who wants to live life in the fast lane, no problem. Just remember that you'll probably only get some of the song.

How Much?

Homebound Fiddle Sessions are free! Just click the registration link below, and we'll set you up with a link and instructions on how to join the Zoom meeting.

The Groups