January 30, 2012
Kamloops, B.C. – The Chamber Musicians of Kamloops presents Thistle, Rose, & Shamrock, an evening of traditional and contemporary chamber folk.
Wednesday, February 8th, 2012 at 7:00 pm.
The Old Courthouse
7 Seymour Street West
Neil Burnett (Celtic harp, tin whistle, Irish flute), Ed Chilton (shuttle pipes and poetry) Christina Zaenker (cello and voice), and Michelle Zwolak (Celtic harp, guitar, and voice) present a wide-ranging selection featuring traditional music from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Quebec and Italy, along with recent compositions in the Celtic tradition. In celebration of Robbie Burns Day, Valentine's Day, and St. Patrick's Day, the musicians will treat the audience to musical meditations on love, loss and tradition in the form of rollicking reels, hornpipes and jigs, melancholy airs and songs.
Admission is by donation and all are warmly invited.
The concert is sponsored by the City of Kamloops, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services. All proceeds will benefit the "Boogie the Bridge Cultural Fund," which makes arts and culture accessible to the children and youth of Kamloops.
The event, part of a series, will be take place at The Old Court House at 7 Seymour Street West. Free parking is available. The building is wheelchair accessible at the rear entrance.
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Robin Suddaby, Chair
Chamber Musicians of Kamloops Society
Cara Graden, Arts, Culture & Heritage Coordinator
City of Kamloops