New tunes pages

The tunes pages have been given an upgrade in time for the Fiddle Festival of Wales 2019! You can now listen to each tune, as well as seeing the 'dots' (notation). Behind the scenes, it's also now far quicker and easier [...]

Welcome to the new official FFoW website

Welcome to the new Fiddle Festival of Wales website. The site documents the history of our fiddle competition and festival, and aims to keep everyone up-to-date with our plans to revive the event once again. Our old web [...]

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About the Fiddle Festival of Wales

The Fiddle Festival grew from the Welsh Celtic Fiddle Workshop Weekend, which began in 2005 as part of the Pembroke Festival, to accompany the Welsh Celtic Fiddle Competition. In 2006, the event began to be talked about as a festival, and in 2007 it [...]

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About the Welsh Celtic Fiddle Competition

The Welsh Celtic Fiddle Competition began in 2004 at Pembroke Castle. The organiser, David Hughes, had been inspired by the competitions held in Pembroke, Ontario, and wondered if a similar event could be successful in the Pembroke on this side of th[...]

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