2020 Instructors

Calvin Vollrath Got his 1st fiddle at the age of 8 on Christmas day and by evening, was playing 2 tunes. 2011 inductee into the North American Fiddler’s Hall of Fame. 69 Albums. Composer of about 700 tunes being played by fiddlers everywhere. www.calvinvollrath.com

Here's a video of Calvin doing a medley of things



Mark Sullivan Mark is a 3-time Canadian Grand Master Fiddling Champion so he's up there with the best of them. When not playing fiddle, Mark is an educator in the Vancouver area. www.marksullivan.ca

Here's a video of Mark in action at Camp Calvin



Patti Kusturok from Winnipeg MB, is a 3x Canadian Grand Master Fiddle Champion and we are extremely pleased to have her back after a few years away. Patti teaches fiddlers across North America & beyond. What a great opportunity for us all to get to hang with her at Camp Calvin 2020.  www.pattikusturok.com

Here's a video of Patti & Calvin from her 365 days of fiddle.





Daniel Koulack We are excited to welcome Daniel back to Camp Calvin after two absent years. Daniel hails from Winnipeg and is heavily involved in teaching fiddle in Manitoba. He also excels on banjo & bass fiddle.  www.danielkoulack.net

Here's a video of Daniel with his novice class at Camp Calvin a few years ago.




Daniel Gervais  Daniel is a regular at Camp Calvin and we couldn't be happier. Daniel holds a Masters degree in Music from the U of A and makes music his life. Dan is also a 2x Canadian Grand Masters Fiddle Champion. www.danielgervais.ca

Here's the video of Dan's final round at the Canadian Grand Masters 2016 in which he won






Craig McGregor Guitarist extraordinaire from Vancouver BC. He knows and uses all 4 chords as well as anyone and is a wonderful teacher and a great accompanist to fiddlers. www.facebook.com/craig.mcgregor

Here's a video of Craig with Mark on fiddle doing a new arrangement to an old fiddle tune






Jeremy Rusu  We are pleased to welcome Jeremy to the roster this year who will be instructing piano. He hails from Winnipeg. Born blind, he was not given the gift of sight but rather the gift of music. What a treat for the piano students to get to learn from this incredible talent and a treat for the rest of us to listen to him play. www.jeremyrusu.com

Here's a video of Jeremy playing with Calvin on a medley of fiddle tunes.

(Additional instructors will be added as required)