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Winter 2023

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Monthly Sunday Guest Concert/Workshop – 2pm ET

 + 3 Thursday evening workshops

Tunes from Ireland

Sunday 19 March – James Kelly

James  grew up in a musical family in County Clare, Ireland. James has toured the world, hosted an Irish TV show, and was a member of the legendary bands "Patrick Street" and "Planxty."

After his performance, James taught a traditional reel –  “The Killarney Boys of Pleasure” & ways for you to learn this or any tune!

Thursdays March 9, 16, 30

Irish tune workshops with Ed Pearlman, 7pm ET

We’ll learn an Irish hornpipe, a jig, and a popular slow air with a new harmony

Check out the audio samples (1 minute) to see what’s in store for this month!

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March Workshops

Tunes from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

Andrea Beaton Concert/Workshop

Andrea grew up in a musical family in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.  Her father, Kinnon, and her mother, Betty, are well known as fiddler and pianist.  She has made 6 solo CDs and published 2 books of tunes. Andrea tours and teaches widely.

After her performance, Andrea taught a tune of her own, Koady’s Inspiration.

Plua Workshops with Ed Pearlman

“Baddeck Gathering” jig

“Beaton’s Delight” strathspey

“Anne MacQuarrie’s Reel”

January Workshop materials still available

Access to Andrea's sheet, videos, audios     Workshop audio & info      ALL March workshops -- 16 credits      Access materials for James's concert/workshop     

Tunes from Galicia, the Celtic part of Spain

Alfonso Franco Concert/Workshop

Alfonso has performed and taught Galician traditional fiddling at workshops in Canada, Scotland, Brittany, Catalonia, at Alasdair Fraser’s “Sierra Fiddle Camp” and at the North Atlantic Fiddle Convention, and is a driving force in Galicia (the Celtic part of Spain) for its traditional music.

After his performance with another fiddler and a singer/tambourine player, Alfonso taught a traditional dance tune, the “Xota Riamao”.

Plua Workshops with Ed Pearlman

3 Galician tunes

Febuary Workshop materials still available

Access to Alfonso's sheet, videos, audios     Workshop audio & info