Aaron Ashton

Aaron AshtonAaron Ashton is one of those musicians who simply has what it takes.  He knows the violin, viola, and electric violin inside and out, and loves to try new styles of music.  He has played folk, irish, classical and much more.  Aaron has had a wealth of experience with professional artists such as Smokey Robinson, Peter Cetera, William Joseph, Josh Groban and others.  He performed at the 2002 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony, and recorded in several soundtracks for film.  He runs a small non-profit folk music camp called “Blue Sky Music Camps”.  Aaron just released “Split the Difference: About that Place Between Violin and Fiddle” (2009), a fun mix of folk tunes and celtic sounds.

Aaron’s Official Site

Listen to Cherie Call’s interview with Aaron on yldsr.com


Posted on

April 15, 2015

1 Comment

  1. Philip Wright Gold

    Hello Mr. Ashton, The violin solo you played in Passage To Zarahemla is an inspiring piece. Would you be so kind to share the music with me. I own the oldest violin atalier in Houston, Texas, Gold Violin Shop, Inc., now in my 46 year. I am also a bow maker. Peace be unto you. Thank you.


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