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Upcoming in 2022

April 7-10 (online Thursday-Sunday): Eric and Autumn Rose Lester will lead a waltz jam as part of the fourth Fiddle Hell Online (which began during the pandemic, following 15 years of in-person Fiddle Hells every November).  Eric is also involved in organizing and leading, with his family, the Tech Staff that will help this fully online event run smoothly.  The upcoming Fiddle Hell Online includes more than 250+ sessions – a mix of workshops, jams, and concerts!  As with in-person Fiddle Hells, there will be sessions geared toward fiddlers as well as those who play guitar, mandolin, cello, old-time banjo, sing, and more!  The offerings are across a huge variety of styles, including New England, Irish, French-Canadian, jazz, swing, Latin, old-time, bluegrass, Cajun, Scottish, Cape Breton, and much more!  Please check out the Fiddle Hell website for the full schedule and information on staff, and to register.  There are discounts for seniors (65+), young adults (18-25), kids (17 and under), and additional household members.  There is also an early-bird registration discount.  Thanks to generous contributors to our scholarship fund (including many of the instructors and attendees), a limited number of scholarships (and partial scholarships) are available to those who can't afford the fees.


Keep an eye on this space for info on upcoming online -- and someday again, in-person -- events!




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You are hearing Fiddle Bottle Waltz, composed by Eric Eid-Reiner, and played by Eric and his father Dave Reiner on Eric's first CD, "Grand Tour: Traditional Music for Piano."

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