notloB News, March 2013
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Bronwyn has won numerous fiddle contests in Irish and Scottish fiddle styles. In 2006 at the age of fourteen, Bronwyn placed third in the Open Division of the U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Championship. She holds the 2007 Virginia State Fiddle Champion title and has also won at the 2008 and 2009 Mid-West Fleadh Cheoil fiddle competition.
Bronwyn performs frequently at Berklee and around the Boston area. She performed with Mark O'Connor at the Berklee Performance Center in 2009 and was featured in the Fall 2010 String Showcase held at the Berklee Performance Center. She is part of the group Atlantic Seaways, which is a collaboration of young traditional American and Scottish musicians from Berklee, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Dance in Glasgow and Strathclyde University in Glasgow. In 2011 they performed in Lorient, France at the Inter-Celtic Festival. In March 2012 she went on tour in France with the international Irish music and dance show Celtic Dances, run by music directors Liz Knowles and Kieran O'Hare. In addition to being a highly accomplished performer, Bronwyn is also a skilled group and private teacher. She taught at the 2010 Kanack School Fiddle Camp and currently teaches privately in Boston.
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Late April or early May - John Mailander and Molly Tuttle @ TBD. Details will be announced soon in a separate mailing.
The Greenbriar Pub celebrates
the life of Larry Reynolds, Monday, March 4
Opening for Casey and Doyle will be Scottish-born harpist and Lord Geoffrey alumna Maeve Gilchrist, who brings jazz and world music influences to her repertoire of mainly traditional songs and tunes.
More info at http://www.heptunesconcerts.com/
notloBBers Matt and Shannon Heaton, March 16 and 17, The Beehive, Boston: Equally admired for expressive singing as well as instrumental prowess, this Boston-based flute-guitar husband-wife duo have put their inimitable stamp on Irish music, interpolating their own compositions and perspectives into the Irish tradition they revere and represent with a passion.
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