World class musicians from four countries join forces for the session of all sessions and we get to watch and listen. This is one you can’t miss.
Cape Breton music is beloved from Denmark to Ireland, from Scotland to Aspy Bay. Tonight they come together with fiddles, guitars, harp and piano. Dancing is guaranteed.
When friends share their traditions, distance and time disappear and magical memories are made. In Glendale this happens all the time.
J.P. is taking a break from touring so let’s meet him at the crossroads with songs from Newfoundland and fiddle tunes from a master and his apprentice.
Young up-and-comers set the stage for award winning songs and high energy fiddle and dance. It’s a ceilidh for today and the future.
Seven musicians from four countries playing instruments made from one tree. Tonight they make beautiful music written for the ensemble. This is very special!
Located at the Gaelic College in St. Ann’s, the licensed Festival Club offers an opportunity for artists to showcase in a more informal setting, as well as get a session in with friends and colleagues from near and far.
A unique exhibit of visual art and fine craft created by local artisans.