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Riddell Fiddles is a music group based in Selkirk, Scottish Borders. The group’s main aim is the pursuit of musical fun and, to that end, the group ( now consisting of several bands of all ages and musical genres) have travelled the world including Scotland and performed at a myriad of functions and festivals. The fiddlers are supported by a strong ‘boy band’ of guitars/ double bass and percussion not to forget our lady on the keyboard and can lighten up every event.
Started in 2003 as a teaching group at a time when traditional musical opportunities were not so prevalent the group has persisted over the years and their website is know as a traditional music resource the world over.
Projects such as the Cranston Fiddle ( a sell out at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015) and various tours have raised the group’s profile.
The group was nominated in the Digital Innovations category of the Arts and Business Scotland Awards for their partnership with local business ‘ Spectrum Sound and Light’.
Check out their music page, and news and information from Selkirk.
Borders Fiddle Group
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Ian Oliver Photography & Framing
Photographer and picture framer.
Donald Knox Guitars
Guitar teacher, performer, guitar maker and of course guitarist to Riddell Fiddles.
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Rolling Hills Folk Club
Melrose’s Folk Club in the Kings Arms.
Denholm Folk Club
Held at the Auld Cross Keys Hotel, Denholm
Selkirk Pipe Band
Selkirk is a family based band with a friendly feel and is open to anyone to join regardless of previous experience. The band is committed to keeping alive the traditions of piping whilst also seeking to develop its repertoire and the role of pipe music within the community.