Pete Clark, performer, composer and teacher, lives in highland Perthshire, where he has many private students, coaches an enthusiastic weekly fiddle group in Dunkeld, and runs his own fiddle courses at the Birnam Institute. For 15 years Pete was a tutor in the Scottish music degree course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow. Born and raised in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, Pete is now based in Perthshire not far from the birthplaces of two significant historical figures in traditional Scottish music, Niel Gow and Robert MacIntosh. He has performed and recorded with many notable musicians including Dougie MacLean, Rod Paterson, and John Watt. In recent years he has presented workshops and master classes at Edinburgh’s annual fiddle festival, Stirling University Summer School, Celtic Connections in Glasgow, Common Ground Scotland, and fiddle schools throughout Scotland and beyond. He has twice been on the adjudication panel at the annual Glenfiddich fiddle competition at Blair Castle.