Becky Ross was classically trained on violin during her schooldays, but was drawn to begin playing again in 1991 after discovering Celtic fiddle music, and quickly focused on Scottish fiddling. She is a longtime Board Member and current President of the Potomac Valley Scottish Fiddle Club (PVSFC), a non-profit group promoting Scottish fiddle music. In addition to Greater Washington Suzuki Institute, Becky has led Scottish fiddling workshops for other events and camps including Folklore Society of Greater Washington Mini-fest, Pinewoods Scottish and English Week (Massachusetts), and Upper Potomac Music Festival Weekend (West Virginia). She performs with several Celtic bands including Peat and Barley, Homespun Ceilidh Band, Elegant Echoes and the 18th-Century music trio Tasker’s Chance. She also plays regularly for Scottish and English Country dancing.