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Grand Master Fiddler Championship

Grand Master Fiddler Championship
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Since 1972, the Grand Masters has been recognized as the premier competition of its kind in the United States. They remain loyal to their heritage and since 2004 have held IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit status. Their commitment to our mission statement, support from the community, and support from fans like you have secured this event for future generations to enjoy. Their primary goal is to engage a younger and more diverse audience in order to preserve fiddle music. For years, the average age of the Top 10 contestants was over 40 and mostly men. Today, it’s almost evenly split between men and women under the age of 22, and the girls have won the majority of the titles since 2005.

Their success will always be measured by our effectiveness to engage the next generation.

VIDEOS

  • Performance by Aynsley Porchak of Woodstock, Canada, during the Championship round of the Open division at the Grand Master Fiddler Championship fiddling contest held on September 27, 2015 in the Ford Theater at the Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum in Nashville, Tennessee. Songs performed by Aynsley include Done Gone, Our Waltz, and Tune For Andy.


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