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Farsan

Sun, Jun 2 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Enjoy the best in Celtic music, while contributing to a great cause. Powered by four of the brightest voices in a new generation of traditional folk music, Fàrsan unites song, dance and instrumental music from the Gaelic traditions of Scotland and Cape Breton. Their unique blend of fiddle, pipes, whistles, piano and accordion with percussive stepdance andpuirt-à-beul brings a sparkling & radiant energy to every performance. 

From World Music Central’s St Patrick’s Day edition reviews of the best new Celtic Music, “Lead vocalist Mairi Britton, fiddler Katie McNally, pianist, accordionist, mandolinist and vocalist Neil Pearlman and border and highland piper Elias Alexander make up the group Farsan and their debut recording “Gaelic Traditions in the New World” is rich and rewarding and well worth a listen. Masterly moving through tracks like “Taladh A’ Phuilein,” “Pronn An Caoran,” “The Water Boiling Machine,” “Fear Drabastach,” “A’ Mhisg A Chuir An Nollaig” and “Gun Togainn Air Hugan,” Farsan turns out a recording that’s equal parts achingly lovely and joyfully jaunty.”

This concert supports a fundraiser for the American Diabetes Association. All proceeds go directly to the ADA! To get your complementary tickets (while they last), complete BOTH steps below.

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