Shelly Campbell and Mairi Rankin lead classes for intermediate to advanced players who wish to further their skills and learn the Cape Breton style of playing.
Tag Archives | October 13
Start your day with a full breakfast. Includes choice of beverages.
Irish, Creole and Acadian roots are showing in D’Escousse as fiddles, guitars and rousing songs get your feet tapping and your voice raised. Not for the faint of heart!
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.
Families who make music together are a joy to behold. They come from Scotland to share Gaelic songs and tunes with families from here.
The multicultural capital of Cape Breton basks in the glow of music and stories from Africa to Ireland. Welcome to the Pier, dear.
It is impossible to overstate the importance of Buddy’s contribution to the music and culture of Cape Breton Island. Friends and family will gather tonight to raise a bow in his honour.
Glorious airs in a gorgeous setting as fiddles and accordion warm our hearts. And fun always breaks out when Phil and Aly are on the scene.