Slip away to the "mystical isles" for an evening of live Pan-Celtic music. From traditional Celtic roots we enjoy Irish and Scottish music and Highland Dance. And from North America we enjoy Quebecois and Appalachian tunes. The Green Mt. Celts (Joanne & Terry Ranney) proudly introduce the musicians John Guay, Nancy Bakemeier, Vonnie Estes, Iain MacHarg and Ben Post into the list of performers. The Heather Morris Dancers will also be performing. The skirl of the bagpipes, the lure of the Celtic whistle, the heartbeat of the drum and the magic of the fiddle and hammered dulcimer will make up a varied, lively and entertaining evening for all ages. Tickets at the door are $10 for adults, $8 for students 13-18 and children 12 and under are free. Please come to enjoy this lively presentation and bring your friends! A reception of traditional Celtic treats follows the concert (donations appreciated). Parking is free on site and the church is handicap accessible.Save
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Bio: We're 2 musicians who comprise part of contradance bands Set Americain and Gigue-a-Bit as well as other bands like Tenpenny Bit and the Saratoga Pan Celtic Sessioneers. Vonnie Estes on keyboard (myself) and John Guay on hammered dulcimer (my husband) have been honored to play dances and concerts ...See Full Bio
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Q: I misplaced your email address. But here's a link for "Were you ever In Quebec" from our conversation in Petersburgh: http://www.lyricsnmusic.com/great-big-sea/donkey-riding-lyrics/3436287
A: Thanks for the link; but it says lyrics removed for copyright. Oh well.... You can get my e-mail address from Martha :-) Tell her I sent ya ~
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