Acadian Gaelic singer Tess LeBlanc and fiddler Roy Johnstone examine the intersections of Atlantic Canadian musical traditions.
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Participants will complete a small basket of wood fibres native to Cape Breton.
An opportunity for young people (grouped in ages 4-7 and 8-14) to learn about Gaelic culture: song, fiddle, step dancing, square dancing, percussion and more.
Quebec dance specialist Pierre Chartrand and Acadian scholar Barbara LeBlanc explore the many influences behind quadrilles, square dancing, and step dancing.
Catriona NicÌomhair Parsons leads participants through a workshop on the traditional precenting of the Gaelic Psalms; a melodic and unique delivery.
Weaving is acknowledged as one of the oldest surviving crafts in the world. Come try your hand at throwing a shuttle.
An afternoon of songs and stories followed by a meal of homemade fishcakes and baked beans.
Artist in Residence Harald Haugaard and his wife and musical partner Helene Blum demonstrate and discuss Danish musical traditions.