Paul Anderson Scottish Fiddler

Monthly Archives: January 2013

Burns Night 2013

Well the Burns Supper season is well under way and I’ve therefore been busy. At lunchtime on Friday the 25th (Burns Day) I was a guest of Lumphanan Primary school where I played in and then addressed the haggis which is one of the essential elements of any Burns Supper. The bairns were all very […]

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The 1st Braemar Fiddle Week

This Summer will see the 1st Braemar fiddle week which will take place from Monday the 8th of July. Tutors for the week are Jonny Hardie of the Old Blind Dogs and myself, with the classes being h held in historic Braemar castle. After a welcome ceilidh on Sunday night, classes will start in earnest on Monday […]

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From the Borders to Braemar

On Friday the 4th of January I drove down to Wiston near Biggar in the Scottish Borders to teach at one of the regular “Fiddle Force” weekends. It’s the 15th time in the 19 years sinceit bagan that Fiddle Force  been held at Wiston Lodge and it’s easy to see why they return year after […]

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Happy New Year

All the best for 2013 folks, I hope it’s a happy and prosperous new year. We had a superb night at the Aberdeen Music Hall on Hogmanay with a great turn out and wonderful performances from the guest artists. On the bill were the legendary Lonach Men with their pipe band, John Bone on accordion, […]

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