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Click to show errorError: Error validating access token: The session has been invalidated because the user changed their password or Facebook has changed the session for security reasons. Type: OAuthExceptionIsn't this beautiful? Shepherds Dene is such a peaceful location for our first Advanced Fiddle course back in person since restrictions eased. This will be a very small, intimate course, and there are just three places remaining.🎻 The material will include a couple of tunes to challenge your technique, tax your brain and torture your fingers as well as a whole batch of beautiful melodies where the emphasis will be stylistic interpretation. Evenings will offer an opportunity to play tunes together in a session, something which we have all sorely missed. 🎶 Fancy joining us? Message the page or send an email to request a booking form.Fri 10th Sept - Sun 12th Sept.fb.me/e/12oQTgLVG ... See MoreSee LessWe’re all reluctantly leaving our summer holidays behind but we’re excited to be starting our online classes again on 15th September. We also can’t wait to see some of you in person on the 23rd! If you’d like more info, or are ready to book your place, then take a look on our website.The burning question right now though is where is Melissa? Bonus points if you can give the Gaelic name. Also, Stewart is not hiding in this photo - or is he…?www.northeastfiddleschool.org.uk ... See MoreSee Less
1 month agoWe hope you are all having a lovely summer! We have been enjoying a few days break from our computer screens but we are back with a burning question...What is your favourite 3/2 hornpipe? And did I mention it can't be of the rusty, dusty or even reedy variety? Trying to think up an answer for that should keep you all occupied for a few days 😉 ... See MoreSee Less