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Allie Bennett Allie Bennett is a composer, fiddler, bass and guitar player, teacher and an ECMA winner.
Allison Momberquette Allison Momberquette, an up and coming fiddler who hails from Richmond County
Andrea Beaton Andrea Beaton is the daughter of Cape Breton Fiddler Kinnon Beaton and piano player Betty (MacMaster) Beaton.
Ashley MacIsaac Ashley MacIsaac has brought Cape Breton fiddle music to almost every corner of the world. Ashley is a fiddler, piano player, stepdancer...a performer.
Betty Lou Beaton Betty Lou Beaton has been a staple of Cape Breton music for years.
Brenda Stubbert Brenda Stubbert learned the music at the foot of her father, Robert.
Brent Aucoin Brent Aucoin's playing has been compared to that of the legendary Arthur Muise.
Buddy MacMaster Buddy MacMaster is known as the 'Master of the Cape Breton Fiddle'.
Carl MacKenzie Carl MacKenzie has written many tunes over the years and has several recordings to his name.
Chrissy Crowley Chrissy Crowley has been musically influenced by both sides of her family including her late Grandfather Archie Neil Chisholm who was a founding member of the Cape Breton Fiddler's Association.
Colin Grant Colin Grant started his musical career in Toronto and very early found the Cape Breton style of playing under the wing of noted fiddler Sandy MacIntyre.
Dave MacIsaac Dave MacIsaac is a musicians' musician. John Allan Cameron once said, if you put strings on a cod he could play it.
Dawn & Margie Beaton Dawn & Margie Beaton are a fiddling-stepdancing sister team from Mabou.
Doug MacPhee Doug MacPhee is one of the most respected piano players to ever grace a Cape Breton stage.
Douglas Cameron Douglas Cameron is proof that traditional Cape Breton fiddle music is in good hands.
Eddie Rogers Eddie Rogers has been guiding young and older fiddlers for a number of years.
Father Angus Morris Father Angus Morris is one of many Catholic Priests who have been involved with Cape Breton music over the years.
Father John Angus Rankin The Cape Breton Fiddler's Association hosted the first Festival of Cape Breton Fiddling in 1973.
Glenn Graham Glenn Graham is a Judique Fiddler who has benefitted from a rich blood line of music from both the Graham and Beaton sides of his family.
Howie MacDonald
Howie MacDonald is a fiddler who can easily fill a dance floor and a dance hall
Jennifer Roland Jennifer Roland is one of the many multi talented performers
Joe Peter MacLean Joe Peter MacLean from Boisdale Cape Breton is a Gaelic speaker and the music from his fiddle speaks Gaelic as well.
Joey Beaton Joey Beaton's heritage is closely linked with Cape Breton music.
Kimberley Fraser Kimberley Fraser has travelled to many parts of the world
Kinnon Beaton Kinnon Beaton comes from a long line of fiddlers from the Mabou area.
Lawrence Cameron Lawrence Cameron, like his mother is a noted piano player.
Leanne Aucoin Leanne Aucoin from Sydney Mines comes by the music honestly with music all around her.
Mac Morin Mac Morin, is in high demand as a piano player and accompanist.
Melody and Derrick Cameron Melody and Derrick Cameron make West Mabou their home.They are deeply involved in the music.
Natalie MacMaster Natalie MacMaster originally from Troy, Inverness County
Rachel Davis Rachel Davis is a young fiddler from Baddeck in Cape Breton.
Rodney MacDonald Rodney MacDonald is a Mabou fiddler whose family heritage is a great legacy for the music.
Shelly Campbell Shelly Campbell hails from West Bay Road, Cape Breton and has been playing music since a young age.
Stan Chapman Stan Chapman is credited with mentoring many of today's 'fiddle stars'
The Barra MacNeils The Sydney Mines six have been part of the Cape Breton cultural landscape
Theresa MacLellan Theresa MacLellan, often referred to as the 'First Lady of the Cape Breton Fiddle' comes from an admired family of musicians.
Tracy Dares MacNeil Tracy Dares MacNeil has been playing music for many years.
Troy MacGillivray Troy MacGillivray has become one of the most sought after performers of his generation.
Wendy MacIsaac Wendy MacIsaac hails from Creignish, Inverness County and is considered to be an excellent example of young performers who have kept the tradition of Cape Breton music alive.
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Saturday May 27 , 2017
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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events


It's a big year for the Cape Breton Fiddlers' Association as we celebrate Canada 150th and plan a trip to the Glengarry Highland Games. Check back here often to find information on dates of our practices, concerts, and fundraisers.


Sunday, May 14, 2017 ------ Afternoon Ceilidh at Governor's Pub 3pm-6pm. *This is a fundraiser for the trip to Glengarry. Featuring performers from the Fiddlers' Association. Admission is by donation.


Saturday, May 27, 2017 ------ Dance at West Mabou 9pm-12am. *This is a fundraiser for the trip to Glengarry. Featured performers include Dara MacDonald, Kolten MacDonell, Stephanie MacDonald, and Mckayla MacNeil.


Sunday, May 28, 2017 ------ Monthly practice 2:30pm at the Gaelic College.


Sunday, May 28, 2017 ------ Afternoon Ceilidh at Governor's Pub 3pm-6pm. *This is a fundraiser for the trip to Glengarry. Featuring performers include Mike Barron, Mckayla MacNeil, and Stephanie MacDonald. Admission is by donation.


Sunday, June 4, 2017 ------ Fundraiser Ceilidh with Cape Breton Fiddlers' Association and the Chaissons 2pm-5pm at the Old Triangle in Charlottetown, PEI. *This is a fundraiser for the trip to Glengarry. Featuring performers include Dara MacDonald, Adam Young, Stephanie MacDonald, John Pellerin, Kenny Chaisson, Kevin Chaisson, Brent Chaisson, and more!


Sunday, June 18, 2017 ------ Monthly practice 2:30pm at the Gaelic College.


Sunday, July 2, 2017 ----- Afternoon ceilidh at Frolic'n Folk Pub in Iona 2-5pm. *This is a fundraiser for the trip to Glengarry. Featured performers include Dara MacDonald, Mckayla MacNeil, Adam Young, Stephanie MacDonald, Mike Barron, and Susan MacLean. Admission is by donation.


Wednesday, July 5, 2017 ----- KitchenFest at Gaelic College 7-9pm.


Sunday, July 23, 2017 ----- Concert in Boisdale at the firehall from 2-4:30pm.

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