Winter Celtic Music Festival
The Celtic Society of Southern Maryland presents the Winter Celtic Music Festival with The Panache Quartet in collaboration with St. Mary’s Ryken High School’s Student Organization For the Interest in the Arts (SOFIA) at Romauld Hall, Leonardtown, MD, on Saturday, January 4, 2014. Panache Quartet is comprised of Cape Breton fiddler Andrea Beaton, Franco-American fiddler Donna Hébert, Southern style fiddler Jane Rothfield and Québecois fiddler Véronique Plasse. What happens when you put these fierce musicians together? Lively reels, dancing jigs, soulful waltzes and airs, great playing and great singing! Listening to Panache is like watching art being made at the moment of inspiration! These ladies spark off of one another, with arrangements, countermelodies, harmonies, rhythms, and musical improvisation. The result is something NEW and EXCITING and FUN!! These fine professional musicians will offer workshops in the afternoon from 1-3pm and concert at 7:30pm. Tickets $30 at the door; advance sale discounts are now available online at TicketLeap! For more information regarding the Panache Quartet, visit Panache Quartet.
Sponsors: somdnews.com; Café des Artistes
|Jan 4, 2014||Ticket discounts:|
|Workshops – 1 – 3pm||Early bird – - $25|
|Concert – 7:30 PM||Advance Sale – - $27|
|Door Price – - $30|
The Celtic Society of Southern Maryland Welcomes you in the languages of the seven Celtic Nations:
Benvidas (Galician (Galicia/Asturias, Spain) for “Welcome” [to men and women])
Ceud Mile Failte (Scots Gaelic for “A Hundred Thousand Welcomes”)
Céad Mile Fáilte (Irish Gaelic for “A Hundred Thousand Welcomes”)
Croeso (Welsh (Wales) for “Welcome”)
Digemer Mad (Breton (Brittany, France) for “Welcome”)
Dynnargh Dhis (Cornish (Cornwall) for “Welcome”)
Failt Erriu – (Manx (Isle of Man) for “Welcome”)
Our mission is to educate the general public through our celebrations and coordinating service, the Highland Games and Celtic Festival, music, dance, dress, heraldry, genealogy, and history as we celebrate the cultural heritage of the seven Celtic Nations: Ireland; Scotland; Wales; Isle of Man; Brittany; Cornwall; and Galicia/Asturias.
Thank you for visiting our website and supporting our events. We look forward to seeing you throughout the years as we share together the many aspects of this great culture.