Acadian Gaelic singer Tess LeBlanc and fiddler Roy Johnstone examine the intersections of Atlantic Canadian musical traditions.
Tag Archives | October 12
Start your day by learning Cape Breton-style step dance, and an Inverness set of Square Dance.
An acoustic jam for visitors and locals. All skill levels and listeners welcome.
Open mic hosted by Michael Cavanaugh, where all musicians are welcome to come and play.
Prepared food, fresh local produce, meat, bread, wine, and handcrafts; from vendors from all over the Island.
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.
Sounds from the Highlands of Scotland will ring in the highlands of Cape Breton and friends from Prince Edward Island will feel right at home.
We meet at the crossroads of Celtic, Acadian and Cajun traditions with music, song and dance that reveals our close ties across the miles.