STRANGE TIMES INDEED!

The world at large, and especially musicians, are having a rough time right now...looking at cancelled gigs for the foreseeable future, in addition to our entire livelihood being threatened as what we do (bringing people together) is no longer safe. If and when we overcome this and come out on top, it'll be time to rebuild and rethink -- on the positive side, we will ALWAYS need music. Hopefully by summer, and by that I mean FIDDLE CAMP TIME, we will be ready to gather again and celebrate being human together, with the aid of music and dance to help us process our emotions and rebuild our communities. 

Hope to see you then! Will keep the tour page updated as we reschedule this spring's concerts for fall and spring of next year. Also, be on the lookout for some news very soon about online learning opportunities from both of us! In the meantime, we're hunkering down in our respective homes working on our new album...coming soon!

Stay safe and healthy out there, Alasdair & Natalie

2 comments

  • Pierre Lacazotte
    Pierre Lacazotte Modesto, CA
    During these times, I am wanting to pick-up Cello, I'm working on Viola. I am a guitarist of 40 years and I can relate as a lover of languages: I've learned Spanish over the last 38 years, French since it was not spoken at home, Chinese (lots of tones!) and I am currently learning Assyrian which is my wife's native language, so again, I can relate. With the quarantine I am learning to clean-up my guitar work by slowing down my new-found love of viola practice and applying it to guitar. So since I can relate with what you are doing, I was wondering how to follow you and your husband on Youtube or lessons.

    During these times, I am wanting to pick-up Cello, I'm working on Viola. I am a guitarist of 40 years and I can relate as a lover of languages: I've learned Spanish over the last 38 years, French since it was not spoken at home, Chinese (lots of tones!) and I am currently learning Assyrian which is my wife's native language, so again, I can relate. With the quarantine I am learning to clean-up my guitar work by slowing down my new-found love of viola practice and applying it to guitar. So since I can relate with what you are doing, I was wondering how to follow you and your husband on Youtube or lessons.

  • Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
    Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
    @pierrelacazotte This is wonderful! If you are looking for online lessons, please check out www.stringmasters.com. All the best, Natalie & Alasdair

    @pierrelacazotte This is wonderful! If you are looking for online lessons, please check out www.stringmasters.com. All the best, Natalie & Alasdair

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