Where Toronto Fiddlers Gather
Alanna Jenish
March 19 2020
Toronto Fiddle Collective
Royal Canadian Legion Br. 266
3591 Dundas West, Toronto
Entire evening $35 - Workshop or Concert only $20
7pm Workshop 
8pm Concert
9pm Jam

All ages, levels and folk instruments welcome.

We are pleased to announce that Oshawa native, award winning fiddler ALANNA JENISH will be returning to host the Toronto Fiddle Collective on MARCH 19TH 2020. Starting with a workshop at 7pm, followed by her Toronto CD Release Show for her first album ’Reflections‘ at 8pm. We will also have an open jam session around 9pm. All ages, levels and folk instruments welcome. The address is 3591 Dundas St. W. Tickets are $35 cash at the door for the entire evening. We hope to see you all out

For advanced tickets, email fiddleshow@gmail.com. Cash only at the door. $35 for entire evening, $20 for workshop or concert only.


An award-winning fiddle player, and accomplished classical musician, Alanna grew up in an Irish-Canadian family of traditional music lovers. Her musical journey began at the age of 6 when she started classical piano lessons, and soon expanded to include the fiddle shortly thereafter. With a keen ear and natural feel for the music, Alanna won her first junior fiddle championship after only 9 months of playing, and has since accumulated numerous awards and championship titles.


Now in her early twenties, Alanna has over ten years of performing experience under her belt, and is widely sought after as both a lead and back up musician. She has toured professionally with groups such as the Scott Woods Band, The Great Canadian Fiddle Show, and the Fitzgeralds, and maintains a busy schedule freelancing for numerous bands and solo artists. This past fall, Alanna was honuored to be named Fiddler Player of the Year at the Central Canadian Bluegrass Awards for the second consecutive year.

In October 2018, Alanna tragically lost her older sister, Colleen Jenish to major depressive disorder. A highly acclaimed fiddle player, step dancer, and piano accompanist herself, Colleen’s loss was felt greatly by the Ontario Fiddle and Step Dance community. The two sisters had planned to record a debut album in 2019- after months of uncertainty, Alanna decided to complete the project herself as a means to promote mental health awareness, honour Colleen’s memory, and raise funds for the Canadian Mental Health Association. The album features both collaborative arrangements by Colleen and Alanna and newly composed music written by Alanna. Colleen’s beloved upright piano and fiddle are also featured on the album.

Royal Canadian Legion Br. 266
3591 Dundas West, Toronto (West of Jane)
Free parking available.

Third Thursday of the month 7pm start
Sept 10/19    Feb 20/20
Oct 17/19   March 19/20
Nov 21/19      April 16/20
Dec 19/19       May 21/20
Jan 16/20      June 18/20

The Toronto Fiddle Collective (TFC) is a community gathering run by local fiddler and teacher Celina Marie. She started the monthly gathering in 2014 as a means for her students to play tunes together as well as learn from and see intimate concerts by other professional fiddlers from all over the world. Now 5 years later, fiddlers and folkies from all over southern Ontario join in on the fun. 

Fiddlers and folk musicians of all ages and levels come together on the 3rd Thursday of every month for various fiddle focused events. TFC hosts a new special guest professional musician to run/lead workshops, kitchen parties, jam sessions, concerts, dances and more. To keep up to date with TFC, simply email fiddleshow@gmail.com and you will be added to the monthly e-news email list.

Tickets are always sold at the door or, for special events, in advance email fiddleshow@gmail.com