Nokosee Fields
Classes & Workshops

Fiddle Workshop

with Nokosee Fields
February 09, 2022

This event occurred as part of the 21/22 Classes & Workshops season. This is an archived view.

A masterclass with one of North America's most skilled fiddle players.

21/22 Classes & Workshops

As the great nephew of celebrated Cherokee fiddler Sam O'Fields, Nokosee Fields honors a longstanding Cherokee fiddling tradition, carrying it into the present. Nokosee's prowess has earned him prestigious awards in contests across the United States and he frequently shares his craft at festivals and workshops. In this session, Nokosee shares examples of North American fiddle repertoire and his own loving and playful reimaginings with opportunities to play along and ask questions.

This class is ideal for intermediate and advanced-beginner level fiddle players, but all experience levels are welcome. Enthusiastic observers may also attend; advance registration is required.

This event is presented in partnership with the Upper Valley Music Center.

Nokosee Fields (Osage) was born and raised in Stillwater, Oklahoma, studying orchestral violin at a young age. After years of learning and performing classical music, Nokosee turned his attention to traditional American music, performing, teaching and touring professionally. As a bassist, he tours with the Country band Western Centuries, as well as the old time band Steam Machine. As a teacher, he has taught at the Augusta Heritage Center, tutored at Centrum's festival of American fiddle tunes, and was the artist in residence for the Portland old time gathering. He's placed in numerous fiddle contests and most notably took first place in the 2019 clifftop fiddle competition.
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