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Saline Fiddlers to Perform with the Dexter Community Orchestra March 1st

FIDDLING WITH THE DCO – PRESS RELEASE (JANUARY 24, 2020)                Get ready for an afternoon of toe-tappin’, knee-slappin’ music! The popular Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic will join the Dexter Community Orchestra for its late-winter concert “Fiddling with the DCO” Sunday, March 1 at 4 pm,  at Dexter High School Center for the Performing Arts.                More…

Saline Fiddlers to Open for Bluegrass Legend Ricky Skaggs

Acoustic Routes Concerts has recently announced that Ricky Skaggs – a 15-time Grammy® winner and newly-inducted member of the Country Music Hall of Fame – will be live in concert at Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater on May 25, 2019 with special guests The Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic. “I’m looking forward to coming back to Ann Arbor More…

Fiddlers set to Celebrate 25-year Anniversary at Hometown Show on Feb 9, 2019 with Special Guest Jeremy Kittel & Co. …. and MORE!!

This year’s hometown show is going to be special!  For 25 years The Saline Fiddlers have been sharing the gift of uplifting fiddle music to audiences around the country, and even overseas. Through the years hundreds of SHS students have honed their musical talents and learned to practice, perform, and entertain as a group.  Many More…

Kevin Burke Fiddle Workshop April 15

This year’s Hometown Show Guest Performing Artist, Kevin Burke, will be hosting a fiddle workshop on Sunday, April 15, from 1:00 – 2:30 pm in the Saline High School Band Room.  The workshop is open to all levels and all instruments; High School students, Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic students, Middle School students, and the community.  The More…

Kevin Burke to Replace Jeremy Kittel & Co. at Hometown Show

We are sorry to hear acclaimed fiddler/composer Jeremy Kittel recently broke his arm and is no longer able to join us as our special guest artist at this year’s April 14 Hometown Show.  Jeremy is expected to recover fully and we hope to get him back to Saline in the near future. Of course, every More…