Meeting with other students online can help to you going with your fiddle practice. In the quarantine era, all social interactions are more limited. But limitations lead to creative solutions. How can we stay connected in this strange time?
Bernadette, Kay, and Deborah met through the FiddleHed forum. Now they meet on zoom each week to hang out and practice together. “Fiddle at Five” is a fun way for them to learn and support each other.
Here’s a video clip from one of their sessions. Big thanks to Bernadette for editing this. And thanks to all the gals for agreeing to share this…
I’ve been thinking of ways to give you support you on your learning journey using zoom. Some ideas:
- Group lessons with a fiddle tutor
- One-on-one lessons
- Student meetups
If you’re interested in this, then please take a two-minute survey. Knowing more about what you need and want will help me to know how to focus my energy. Thanks!