We meet at the crossroads of Celtic, Acadian and Cajun traditions with music, song and dance that reveals our close ties across the miles.
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Who doesn’t love old and new friends getting together to share tunes and stories? Our first of two cabarets may have you creating new ones!
Miles and time may separate them, but musical pals have a bond that can’t be broken and we get to be the witness. This one is a keeper.
Step back 300 years for an 18th century meal and a candlelight concert with Gaelic, French, Cajun and Cape Breton music, all at the Fortress of Louisbourg. It’s a special and unique experience.
Sydney Mines opens its heart to the singing miners and welcomes home some native sons and daughters.
There’s nothing better than watching two musicians who just love playing music together–that is, unless it’s four dynamic duos on the same night.
For forty years Cape Breton has had two wonderful groups maintaining our fiddle traditions and our love of choral singing. Tonight we celebrate the Chorale and the Fiddlers.
This lovely church has seen its share of heart and soul, but tonight beautiful music from Sweden’s finest will mingle with Gaelic, French and English songs for a very soulful evening.