Two seatings 4-5:30 & 6-7:30.
The schedule is:
(A third seating may be added
8-9:30 pm if the first two sell out.)
Series Tickets (all 6 concerts) for $96(Adult), $60 (Children under 12) or
Individual Tickets for $18(Adult), $12 (Children under 12)
Doors open 10 minutes before the show.
Full dinner menu and full bar available during the concerts.
$10 per person food/beverage minimum.
Purchase Full Series or Individual Concert Tickets
|| The music of Ayreheart reflects musical elements from Folk,
Celtic and Bluegrass to early Renaissance. GRAMMY-nominated lutenist Ronn McFarlane along with Brian Kay
(voice, lute, guitar, mandolin & komuz) Willard Morris (bass, violin, mandolin & colascione) and a variety
of percussion instruments played by Mattias Rucht blend the old and new to create the unique sound of Ayreheart.
Come meet an award-winning musical misfit who crawled out of a Louisiana bayou and embarked on a journey paved by progressive
rock. She headed for Istanbul and took a wrong turn somewhere around Ireland, creating delicious mayhem along the way: inventing
some scandalous new traditions, coining some new words, collecting sick jokes and playing some blazing new riffs with a hypnotic new
Alan Reid & Rob van Sante
Alan Reid was a vital member of Scotland's legendary Battlefield Band for 40 years, recording almost 30 albums, winning awards and touring all over the world. In addition to his signature keyboard work he has forged a reputation for composing songs with beguiling melodies and strong historical content. He was nominated in the 2009 Scots Tradition Awards in the 'Composer of the Year' category. Alan has continued developing his song writing in his partnership with Rob van Sante who adds subtle guitar accompaniments and fine harmony singing.
||Sue Richards on Celtic harp, and
Carolyn Surrick on viola da gamba, have been performing together for almost 30 years. Brought together in a recording session for Maggie Sansone in 1987, these two have toured the country as founding members of Ensemble Galilei, played side by side in dozens of recording sessions, sat at movie premieres at the Sundance Film Festival listening to their original compositions on the soundtrack to a feature film, and worked with wounded warriors and their families at Walter Reed. Their performances are a celebration of their long and spectacular musical partnership. A perfect choice for Valentine's Day, their music is the result of a life shared on the road and in concert halls - they play with virtuosity and a deep affection for their music, and each other.
||IONA - Together for 30 years, local Celtic mainstay IONA transports its
audience to Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Cornwall, Mann, Brittany, Asturies and Galicia, and explores those cultures transplanted in the
New World. Lead singer, bouzouki and bodhrán player, Barbara Tresidder Ryan, and Bernard Argent on
wooden flute, whistles, vocals and percussion, are joined by Chuck Lawhorn on bass guitar, whistles and vocals, and
Jim Queen, fiddle, banjo and vocals. As a special guest, dancer
Joe Duffey may be there.
Probably the foremost Celtic bouzouki/guitar and mandolin exponent in the nation! This award-winning Celtic/American string
wizard is a prolific composer and multi-instrumentalist, whose virtuosity on guitar, cittern and mandolin blends the ancient
melodies of the Celtic lands and their vigorous Appalachian descendants into one powerful musical vision.