1026 Speers Road Oakville, ON L6L 2X4 905.845.1227

Welcometo the Oakville Celtic Fiddle Orchestra

A Proud Academy of Music Program Since 2006!
The Oakville Celtic Fiddle Orchestra is a proud program of the Academy of Music in Oakville Ontario! Since 1994 the Academy of Music has taught music lessons to thousands of students of all ages on piano, guitar, voice, ukulele, saxophone, clarinet, flute, and of course the violin/fiddle. Learn more at www.academymusic.org or call 905.845.1227.

Since 2006 the OCFO has provided a fun and encouraging atmosphere to fiddlers, violinists, guitarist, flautists, and bodhran players (the Celtic drum) to learn and perform Celtic music from Scotland, Ireland, and Cape Breton Island. The OCFO is open Musicians and music students age 12 and up.  Beginners welcome!


 
 
 

SoundLike Fun?

Join us on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at St. Cuthbert’s Anglican Church (1541 Oakhill Dr Oakville). The orchestra is open to anyone that has been playing the violin/fiddle, acoustic guitar, or flute, for a year or more and is 12 years or older. You do not have to be an Academy of Music student to participate.

For more info give us a call at 905.845.1227.


 
 
  • Congratulations, to you and all your fellow OCFO players – another stellar concert and entirely enjoyable evening of music! My sister and I really appreciated hearing the music that reminds us so much of our mom who came from Edinburgh – especially as it’s Mother’s Day weekend. It was all we could do not to lose it the minute we heard the piper (it’s a Scottish thing 😀 ). I can remember my mom teaching me the ‘highland fling’ in the kitchen when I was a ‘wee bairn’ 🙂 Sorry we couldn’t join you folks at the pub but thanks for the invite. Again – great concert!
    Jacqui
  • Great group of musicians and Great group of people!
    Jack
  • There is no other Oakville Celtic Fiddle Orchestra than this one, and James is the Region's best teacher. Check out his Oakville Academy, or visit him teaching seniors' +50 year old students at the Sir John Colborne Centre, they also can learn guitar and ukulele there too!
    Mike
 

HelpingOur Community

The money raised at the annual concerts is donated to Food 4 Kids Halton.   Food 4 Kids provides packages of healthy food for kids aged 5-14 years with limited or no access to food each weekend.

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