David teaches both beginner classical violin
and traditional fiddle styles. His teaching approach
focuses on working with his students and finding the approach and material that works best for them.
David Neigh has been playing violin for 19 years
and has been teaching for 3. He recently finished
a dual degree in Music and Psychology at the
University of Waterloo. In addition to his classical
music experience he has also spent many years
studying traditional Cape Breton style fiddling
which he learned at the Gaelic College
in St. Ann's Cape Breton.
More recently he has taught Cape Breton fiddling
at the Ontario School of Piping and Drumming
at St. Andrews College in Aurora, Ontario.
He has performed celtic, stringboard blues
and country music across the country
with a variety of different folk acts.