Magical strings bring traditional Celtic tunes
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Castlebay
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BELLOWS FALLS- On Saturday, September 28, at 7:30 pm, Stone Church Arts welcomes Castlebay, a traditional Celtic duo. They will perform in concert at Immanuel Episcopal Church, 20 Church Street.

Castlebay has been musically weaving together the heritage of New England and the Celtic lands since 1987. Members Julia Lane and Fred Gosbee have loved and researched traditional music for most of their lives and blend history, legend, and experience into their personable performance style. Their concerts feature poignant ballads sung in Lane’s ethereal soprano and Gosbee’s rich baritone, interspersed with joyous dance tunes played on Celtic harp, guitar, fiddle, and tin whistle. Castlebay treats the audience to a musical journey through time and across the Atlantic. The duo presents special theme concerts on various aspects of Celtic lore, nautical life or Colonial America.

Tickets for the concert on September 28, are $17 for adults ($13 for seniors and children under 12) in advance and $20 ($15) at the door. Advance tickets are available online at www.stonechurcharts.org and at www.brattleborotix.com. They are also on sale at Village Square Booksellers (Bellows Falls), Toadstool Bookshop (Keene, NH), Brattleboro Books, and Misty Valley Books (Chester). Or purchase tickets at the door.

For more information visit www.stonechurcharts.org or call (802) 463-3100.

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