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New Feature: Student Stories

Student Stories Student Stories is a few feature we’re starting here at the Ottawa Folklore Centre. Every musician that walks through our front door has a story to tell. Whether it’s how they got started, an obstacle they overcame, or a success that they experienced it’s important stuff to share. Care to share your OFC […]

Ross Davison

Ross Davison

Ross came to Ottawa in 2007 and has since established himself as a recognized performer and teacher within Eastern Ontario He attended Michigan State University and the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam where earned degrees in Music Performance and Music Theory/History. He has studied bagpipes with Ed Bush and Brian Williamson and currently […]

Friday Featured E-Store Item

Friday Featured E-Store Item: Mainland Red Cedar Concert Ukulele Mainland Red Cedar Concert Uke

A great instrument with a huge sound. The Cedar Top and Rosewood Back & Sides give this ukulele a full, warm sound that will only get better with age. Fully intonated and setup, this instrument is a dream to play. Professionals to even utter-ukulele-amateurs would have an easy time getting around on this very playable fingerboard. Be careful about picking this instrument up, you won’t want to put it down.

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