Where Toronto Fiddlers Gather
Toronto Fiddle Collective
Entire evening $35 - Workshop or Concert only $20
7pm Workshop 
8pm Concert
9pm Jam

Sept 17/20    Feb 18/21
     Oct 15/20    March 18/21
  Nov 19/20    April 15/21
 Dec 17/20    May 20/21
   Jan 21/21   June 17/21
All ages, levels and folk instruments welcome.

We are excited to announce that Ottawa based fiddle player and composer SHERRYL FITZPATRICK will be hosting the Toronto Fiddle Collective on NOVEMBER 19th 2020. Starting with a fiddle workshop at 7pm, followed a concert at 8pm, then jam until 930pm. All ages, levels and folk instruments welcome. The ZOOM LINK will be sent just before the concert. Participants/viewers should make sure they can access ZOOM on their device. You may need to download the app if you are on a phone or tablet.

Online Tickets are $35 for entire evening or $20 for workshop or concert only. We hope to see you online. For advanced tickets, email fiddleshow@gmail.com.


Sherryl is an Ottawa-based teacher, musician and composer. Having been trained in classical and traditional fiddle, she is influenced by the traditions of Irish, Quebecois, Old-tyme, Jazz and Cape Breton music to create her own unique style of music. 

Trained in the Royal Conservatory of Music program and more recently in the O’Connor String Method for Violin, she actively teaches classical violin, fiddle, piano accompaniment as well as theory. She prepares students for RCM exams as well as auditions into violin programs in high school or university. Her students have a 100% success rate passing the RCM exams with Honours or Honours with Distinction. 

She placed 3rd in the Open Class at the Maritime Fiddle Festival in July 2018 as well as taking home the Best Jig award. In 2013, she placed 1st in the Group Class at the Maritime Fiddle Festival with fellow Bb Sisters member, Kimberley Holmes. She was nominated for a 2012 East Coast Music Award for Roots Traditional Group of the Year as a member of the Bb Sisters. She won 2nd place in the “Fiddler Magazine” composers competition for her composition, “Eagles Wings”. She brings many years of experience to the stage both as a fiddler and piano accompanist as a member of the Tiger Island Trio, Patrick Nolet Trio, Heritage Country and as a member of the Bb Sisters.

In celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary and National Fiddling Day on Saturday, May 20, 2017, I have been asked to compose a tune for our current Prime Minister the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau by the Canadian Grand Masters Fiddling Association. I have named the tune “Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Waltz”. If you would like a copy of the sheet music or any individual tunes that I have composed, please go to the “store page”. If you would like to purchase or listen to my recordings, go to my “Music page”.

Sherryl has recorded 3 solo albums and 2 as a member of the Bb Sisters.


Third Thursday of the month 7pm start