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Now in its 19th year, the Radford Highlanders Festival has grown into one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. The festival began in September 1994 with an approximate crowd of 3,000. Over the past 18 years, the festival has more than tripled in size, and now attracts an estimated crowd of 10,000 people. Fritz will be performing on the Community Stage at 12 noon.
Matt is proud to be opening the Sunday events with a 10AM performance at one of the region's oldest and most respected celebrations of the arts. A Fair in the Park, presented by the Craftsmen's Guild of Pittsburgh, is an annual contemporary fine craft and arts show and sale. The Fair features over 100 Craft Artists, working in Clay, Fiber, Wood, Jewelry and Beadwork, Glass, Metal, Mixed Media and 2D Art. A Fair in the Park is an opportunity for the whole family to be creatively involved with recognized local and national artists in a variety of mediums.
More info TBA
More info TBA
Label: Singing Wolf Records and Pat Boone's Gold Label
Manager: Kimberly Kelley, Native Spirit PR & Entertainment
Bio: Celtic Fusion Violinist / Flutist
Arvel Bird, a violinist and Native American flutist, is known around the world for his dramatic connection between Celtic and Native American traditions, stirring up scenes that echo from North American memory. Dubbed “Lord of the Strings” by fans and music cri...See Full Bio
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“[Bird's} creative vision shines through to bring to life an epic event in history that still holds a fascination for us to this day. Picking only three songs to write about on this album was a challenge, as the entire album was a journey into the fateful night that claimed an unsinkable ship. The music pouring from Bird’s instrument is sure and true, inviting us in to experience the might and majesty that dwelled in the Irish craftsman that made this incredible ship. In original arrangements, Bird winds these pieces through his work, bringing the fateful voyage to life as we go on an audible journey of sound and sensation as the ship meets its fate. This album is magnificent and if you have ever been intrigued by the Titanic or Celtic fusion music, you owe it to yourself to listen. Dana Wright-Muzikreviews.com Staff March 15, 2012 ©Muzikreviews.com For Questions or comments about this review send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org”