Celtic Fiddle Lessons
|Ability||Beginner Intermediate Advanced|
|Age||5yrs to 19yrs|
|Where||WHB Academy, Kimber Road SW18|
|Cost||£75 per 10 lesson term|
Celtic Fiddle lessons in Wandsworth
Celtic Fiddle lessons at The World Heart Beat Music Academy in Wandsworth, are easily accessible for anyone living in South West (SW) London. We're ideally located for Balham, Battersea, Clapham, Earlsfield, Merton, Putney, Southfields, Tooting, Vauxhall & Wimbledon. Find out how to get to us, by bus or train, on our Location & Direction page.
Top quality teaching
Enjoy learning the flute either online or face-to-face — all lessons will follow all the latest government COVID guidance, including social distancing, ventilation, hand sanitiser and thorough cleaning.
We teach a wide range of musical instruments, across many different genres of music. Our teachers are top class musicians who teach online, one-to-one or small group music lessons in a fun, welcoming, social environment.
All students are encouraged to strive for excellence, and this is evident in the outstanding music exam results, year after year.
Enjoy learning Celtic Fiddle
The fiddle tradition was born among rural populations in Ireland. Helped by the violin’s low-cost, easy maintenance, and musical accessibility, it is a tradition that has thrived across many generations.
Although the violin and fiddle are essentially the same instrument, Celtic musicians prefer the colloquial word ‘fiddle’ to differentiate their music and style of playing from other traditionally recognised violin music.
The sound is joyful and infectious, and at World Heart Beat we love our Celtic fiddle classes – they are very popular across all ages.
Outside of traditional Irish dance music, the fiddle can be heard in New England’s country dance, western swing and upbeat bluegrass music in the Southern State of the USA.
Musicians you should listen to…
- Duncan Chisholm
- Adam Sutherland
- Tom Anderson
- Aly Bain
- Willie Hunter
- MIchael Coleman
- Martin Hayes
- Julia Clifford
- Tommy Peoples
- Johnny Doherty