Festival of Cape Breton Fiddling – Aug. 18-19

Coming up this weekend is the Festival of Cape Breton Fiddling on August 18 & 19 at Gaelic College, St. Ann’s. Saturday includes workshops, tuning, evening concert & square dance. Sunday is the Grand Finale Concert. Guest fiddlers from Glengarry, Ontario and Queen’s County Fiddlers from PEI. Everyone welcome.

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2018 Celtic Tea Room Ceilidhs Schedule

Tuesday and Friday Evenings 7:30 PM
July through mid-September 2018


August 2018 Schedule

Friday, Aug. 3 – The Narrows – Irish style group from Halifax – Irish pipes, fiddle etc.

Tuesday 7 – Joe MacMaster and Mac Morin – Cape Breton fiddle, pipes and piano.

Friday, Aug. 10 – Kimberly Fraser and Brenda Stubbert – Cape Breton fiddles and piano.

Tuesday, Aug. 14 – Jerome Aucoin and Ron LaFitte. – Traditional and original songs

Friday, Aug. 17 – David Greenberg and Doug MacPhee – Cape Breton fiddle and piano.

Tuesday, Aug. 21 – Stewart and Boyd MacNeill – Two members of the Barra MacNeils – fiddle, piano, flute, guitar, mando cello, tin whistle and vocals.

Friday, Aug. 24 – Dara Smith and Susan MacLean Cape Breton fiddle and piano.

Tuesday, Aug. 28 – Lucy MacNeil and Rob Durando  – Fiddles, guitar, harp and songs.

Friday, August 31 – Rocky Shore – Local group of fiddles, guitars, vocals and more.

September 2018  Schedule

 Friday, September 7 – Buddy MacDonald & Rachel Davis – Cape Breton fiddle, guitar and vocals.

Friday, September 14 – Dwayne Coté and Doug MacPhee Cape Breton fiddle and piano.