The violin was played by all classes and in all settings in Colonial Williamsburg. But as anyone who has tried knows, playing the violin is easier said than done! Come hear how this most ubiquitous of musical instruments was played in 18th-century Virginia. Limited capacity due to social distancing. This event has limited seating due to social distancing. Please arrive early to secure a seat.
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How to Play the (18th-Century) Violin
Visit a Nation Builder
Step into the past with a Nation Builder and learn about their contribution to the founding of our nation.
Visit with Fife & Drum
Get some insight into the world of Colonial Williamsburg's Fife & Drum Corps. Limited capacity.
My Heart is in the Highlands
Enjoy poetry and the music associated with Robert Burns as Master Scottish Fiddler David Gardner takes you on a musical journey through the hills of Scotland.
Art Museums Admission