The Celtic Society of Southern Maryland is proud to present Bruce Molsky at this year’s Winter Celtic Music Festival.
The 8th Annual Winter Celtic Music Festival is
hosted by the students of St. Mary’s Ryken High School, Student Organization
for Improving the Arts (SOFIA), Saturday, January 12, 2013.
In addition to a
prolific solo career, performing on fiddle, guitar, and banjo, Molsky
frequently joins genre-busting supergroups, like the Grammy-nominated Fiddlers
Four, and Mozaik, with Hungarian Nikola Parov, and Celtic giant Donal Lunny. He
was on Nickel Creek's farewell tour, and performs in a trio with Scottish
fiddler Aly Bain and Sweden's great Ale Moller.
An afternoon workshop will be
primarily focused toward fiddlers, but guitar and banjo players are most
certainly welcome, as Bruce is a master of all three instruments. Students of
all ages are encouraged to bring a recording device, as tunes will be taught by
This workshop will focus on intermediate to advanced skill levels, but
beginners are welcome to join in for the valuable experience of listening,
watching, and learning from this master of traditional music.
Workshop will be
held from 2-4pm, followed by evening concert at 8pm at St. Mary’s Ryken High
School, Romauld Hall Auditorium, 22600 Camp Calvert Road Leonardtown, Maryland.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org,
or call (301) 375-0534.
Seating will be limited for the workshops, so register
early. Please contact the organizer for more information regarding the limited
scholarships available for workshop participation.
More information on Bruce
Molsky is available at http://brucemolsky.com
Sponsored in part by the Cafe Des Artistes and SOMD.com