Lewiston, ME-born fiddler Greg Boardman continues to be among northern New England’s most influential music artists. Taught the intricacies of local “Down East” fiddling by Otto Saper and Simon St. Pierre, Boardman offers continued to talk about what he’s discovered. The founder from the Maine Fiddle Camp, he was the editor of Here’s to Every Nation Dancer: The Music of Dudley Laufman, which presented 13 dance music and two tunes by contredanse musician and caller Laufman. Performing in French since child years, Boardman has continuing to review Franco-American musical customs. His recording, Chantons, documented with acoustic guitar, spoons, and jaw harp participant; vocalist; and feet tapper Michael Mother or father, centered on traditional French tunes. The majority of Boardman’s repertoire includes his interpretations of traditional fiddle music. Hundred years Reel was documented during a overall performance within the Olin Arts Middle at Bates University. In Came a Fiddler, documented with pianist Jan Sturtevant, presented music by Christopher Schario that made an appearance inside a musical creation of Dickens’ A Xmas Carol. Boardman shows fiddle and traditional music within the Auburn, ME, region.