I first met Amy over three years ago through my involvement with the Lochgoilhead Fiddle Workshop (at Strachur). She had been a very popular and highly-respected tutor with the group and on the recommendation of several of the members I signed up for a Mixed Instrument Workshop the LFW had organised, with Amy as tutor. Read more
Amy was enthusiastically recommended to me by my nephew who at the time was also a pupil. As an adult learner and brand new to fiddle playing I was keen to find a teacher that would encourage and inspire me to learn from scratch. I got that and much more from Amy. She combines a Read more
Amy has worked with Licketyspit as a performer and teacher on our specialist show for 0-12 year olds Molly Whuppie over several productions. Molly Whuppie is entirely under-scored by live Harp and Fiddle music. I also know her as my daughter’s Fiddle teacher over ten years. Amy is a highly skilled and imaginative teacher.
I first became aware of Amy’s huge teaching talent and dedication when I was a member (and later Chair) of Glasgow Fiddle Workshop. When I moved to Lochgoilhead in Argyll Amy’s support was instrumental in getting the baby Workshop up and running. I was beyond words grateful when she volunteered to be our very first Read more
I have known Amy since 1998, when we met as bandmates in pioneering ensemble The Scottish Stepdance Company. Over the years since, we have frequently worked together, both performing and teaching. As a stepdancer, I prize Amy’s deep understanding of the relationship between music and dance, a level of expertise which few players in Scotland Read more
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