All fiddle camps except the Individual Mini-Camps now have their own websites. 
Look below for links to each camp's website. 

Individual Mini-Camps 

Even though FiddleStar Camps are all limited to 15 campers and are held in our home, all intimate and individualized and stuff, that may not be small enough for some people. Behold! The Individual Mini-Camp! This means you, just you, coming to Nashville to study fiddle (and guitar if you'd like) one-on-one for three days. This is a once in a lifetime experience, except that some people do it more than once but you get the idea. If you really want to get the idea, click here.  

FiddleStar Adult Camp

In 2015, Adult Camp will be held Friday through Sunday, May 15-17, 2015. FiddleStar Adult Camp is for grownups who want to get better at playing the fiddle. Just 15 campers, becoming dear friends and getting over huge learning hurdles and making memories that last a lifetime. This camp is best for adults who are just out of the brand new beginner stage and ready to take things to the next level. For more info and to register, go to

2015 teachers include…
Megan B. Lynch Chowning
Matt Combs
Deanie Richardson
Justin Branum
and Nate Lee 

FiddleStar Youth
Fiddle and Guitar Camp

Dates are Wednesday through Friday, July 15-17, 2015, and the camp will be invitation and recommendation only, with invites being sent to previous campers and other kids we know and think would benefit from the experience. 

This camp features both fiddle and guitar instruction for kids of all levels. We'll even have tenor guitar lessons. This is for kids of most ages who want to be able to improve on the fiddle as well as the guitar. It's ok if you already know how to do one but not the other. We'll have beginner classes for both instruments. To register and for more info go to

2015 teachers Include…
Justin Branum
Megan Lynch Chowning
Luke Price
Maddie Denton
Adam Chowning

FiddleStar Adult Beginner Camp 

In 2015 this camp will be held Friday through Sunday, October 9-11 and it's for grownups who are brand spanking new at playing the fiddle and who need the motivation to get the whole thing moving without feeling silly in front of a bunch of people who are way further along than they are. For more info and to register, go to

2015 teachers include...
Megan B. Lynch Chowning
Deanie Richardson
Nate Lee
Tessa Thistlethwaite