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2018 Hardanger Fiddle Music & Dance Workshop

July 19, 2018 - July 22, 2018

The 35th Annual Workshop will feature the traditional music and dance of the Hardangerfjord region of Norway

July 19-22, 2018
Folklore Village, Dodgeville, Wisconsin


The HFAA’s Annual Workshop offers a very special opportunity for getting to know Norwegian Hardanger fiddle music and dance traditions in depth. We are dedicated to both nurturing beginners and providing challenges for the more advanced. We invite you to come and join us in an environment that has been called “the warmest and most supportive in North America.”

The HFAA is proud to present, for the first time in the US, the outstanding dance and music traditions of the Hardangerfjord area of Norway. Additionally, we are extremely proud to present for the first time at HFAA the preeminent hardingfele master Knut Hamre, renowned both in Norway and abroad for his concerts and recordings and highly esteemed for his teaching.
For more information: http://www.hfaa.org/Home/2018-hardanger-fiddle-music-and-dance-workshop

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July 19, 2018
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July 22, 2018

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