Fiddle Chicks


Photo by Paul Jean
Lois Siegel, Marie Deziel


Natalie Harrison

Fiddles, Bodhran, Spoons
Dancing Marionettes, 
Washboard
Ugly Stick, Poyk, Percussion

Fiddle Chicks perform all types of music:
 T
raditional French-Canadian tunes 
with lots of fiddle and spoons
Celtic jigs and reels, Old-Time melodies,
 and music from around the world. 

Instruments: 
Unique and visually entertaining percussive instruments, 
fiddle, accordion, washboard and dancing marionettes
Lively music to delight any audience.

Kitchen Parties, Holidays, Anniversaries, Birthdays
Retirement Homes, Weddings, Festivals

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Bytown Museum
Colonel By Day
(AKA Sens Unique)
2014


Photo by Tom Cole
Marie Deziel and Lois Siegel

Photo by Paul Jean
Chantale Gaudet-Rice


Photo by Lois Siegel
Marie Déziel


Photo by Paul Jean
Lois Siegel, Bodhran


Photo by Paul Jean
Lois Siegel, Spoons


Photo by Paul Jean
Lois Siegel

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Audience Response

You and the Fiddle Chicks were perfect.
Noreen Young
Artistic Director & Founder
Puppets Up! International Puppet Festival

It was a lovely afternoon, enjoyed by all! Many thanks!
Kathryn Witney
Activity Director
Chartwell Stonehaven Retirement Residence
Kanata, Ontario

            I heard the party was a great success –
despite having to be moved indoors… 
Many thanks to you and the girls for sharing your
Canada Day with us – it was greatly appreciated,
and from what I hear – very much enjoyed! 
Thanks again Lois
Canada Day
Cindy McNabb
Resident Program Manager
Extendicare Starwood
Ottawa

Thanks for a wonderful performance at my Halloween party. 
 Your music created a most fabulous ambiance for not only the adults, but the children, who especially enjoyed Lois' drumming and shared musical instruments:
 dancing marionettes, and spoons.
  I had wanted to have a real East-Coast-like Kitchen Party, and boy, did we get it.  
Thanks again - you gave my friends and me some terrific memories!
Emily Crocco
Ottawa

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