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ANNA LUDLOW has been captivating audiences across North America, playing with some of the best talent the East Coast has to offer. She has shared the stage with the likes of The Beach Boys, Blue Rodeo, Irish Mythen, Charlie A'Court, Lennie Gallant, Matt Mays, and Ron Hynes. Originally instructed by acclaimed fiddler Kendra MacGillivray from Anna's hometown of Antigonish, NS, Anna's playing is strongly influenced by nearby Celtic-music haven, Cape Breton. In Antigonish Anna played at local pubs and parties, and in bands including Jug in Hand, KILT, Barnacle, and Banshee. She has been the principle fiddler for the critically acclaimed production DRUM!, and has been teaching fiddle privately for over 17 years. Anna puts on a high-energy show, fusing the style of the traditional Maritime Kitchen Party with a contemporary flare that will have you on your feet.

Advance tickets available at: Any Sunday session: look for Brent or Beth to purchase tickets.

Or: call and arrange to meet Brent MacDonald 613-327-8339

Or: with credit card at http://cbsession.brownpapertickets.com/

Fun for everyone!

Buy online with credit card - service fees applied at time of purchase. Under 16 $10.

Buy in advance with cash at any OCBS or CBCO event from Brent MacDonald or Beth MacGillivray - $20

Buy at the door with cash - $25

 
Growing up in Mabou, Calum MacKenzie was surrounded by traditional music and the Gaelic language. He started learning to play the fiddle and piano at an early age and was tutored by some of the island's foremost teachers. He has played at numerous concerts, ceilidhs, pubs, dances, and other events on Cape Breton Island and has passed on his musical knowledge teaching both piano and fiddle at Ceolas school in Scotland through the Summer of 2004. While working in Scotland, he performed with such well-known musicians as Dochas, Daimh, Simon Bradley from Asturian group Llan de Cubel, Luke Plumb of Shooglenifty, and Scottish piper Iain MacDonald. Calum's father hails from South Uist in Scotland and his mother from Back Street in Mabou, and both cultures influence his playing.
TheTrousers
THE TROUSERS are an instrumental duo that play traditional Irish and Cape Breton music. Area music teachers Ross Davison and Karson McKeown serve up a fresh batch of toe-tapping jigs, reels, and Adele covers (just kidding, sort of). Their current sound features Uilleann (Irish) bagpipes, Whistles, Fiddle, Guitar, and Bodhran.

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