In this exhibit the viewer will see examples of contemporary portraiture, still life, and landscape. Works of artists collective PLANS (professional living artists of Nova Scotia).
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Colin Grant and Rachel Davis lead classes for intermediate to advanced players who wish to further their skills and learn the Cape Breton style of playing.
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.
Acadian, Quebecois and Creole reunite in Cape Breton as Andrea brings her new band home for a visit and Nicole welcomes them with her songs.
Tonight is all about the songs…songs of work and worry, songs of love and laughter. Bring your voice and your heart.
Treat yourself to a magical night of pipes, fiddle, harp and Gaelic songs in a picturesque little church.
Step dancing comes full circle as Scotland and Cape Breton unite with the very best from home and away. You’d never know there’s an ocean between them.
It’s a night to remember as Laura melts your heart, Tony blows your mind, Kimberley’s Quartet thrills your senses and Alasdair and Natalie leave you longing for more.