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Alasdair Fraser's Sierra Fiddle Camp
Cherry Clark  1281 5th Ave 
San Francisco,  CA,  94122
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Sierra Fiddle Camp invites you to a week of intensive study, recreation, and good times with people who share an interest in the music and dance traditions of Scotland and beyond. In a beautiful setting near Nevada City, California and the Yuba River, on the San Juan Ridge, fiddlers and other musicians of all ages and levels of musical experience choose from daily workshops on Scottish and related fiddle styles. Additional classes are offered in guitar, cello, keyboard, dance, song, percussion as well as recreational opportunities such as ropes course, arts and crafts, swimming, hiking etc.
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