Acadian Gaelic singer Tess LeBlanc and fiddler Roy Johnstone examine the intersections of Atlantic Canadian musical traditions.
Tag Archives | October 12
An open house for old friends and new, with hands-on blacksmith demos and stories from the forge.
Pancakes, sausages, homemade biscuits, juice and bottomless tea or coffee.
Start your day by learning Cape Breton-style step dance, and an Inverness set of Square Dance.
Participants will complete a small basket of wood fibres native to Cape Breton.
For a sample of what Celtic Colours 2013 has in store, how about a taste of Nordic, Cape Breton, PEI, foot stompin’ tunes and heartfelt songs? And that’s just the appetizer.
The Teetotallers have come all the way from Ireland to swap tunes with Mairi, Mac and Matt and to share songs with the boys from Dry Bones. A good cup of tea is sure to hit the spot.
Boularderie Island sits in the lea of Kelly’s Mountain but tonight it rocks in a completely different way with songs, fiddle tunes and dance from down the road and across the causeway.