The Hills are Alive

The Hills are Alive

date Thursday, Oct 13th 2022 @ 7:30 pm ADT
venue St. Peter's Church
locale Ingonish Beach
price $35
host St. Peter's Parish CWL
washroom Yes
seating General Admission

The St. Peter’s Parish Church in Ingonish has been witness to many memorable moments in its more than 100-year history. And memories are sure to be made again tonight in this beautiful old church as the surrounding hills of the Cape Breton Highlands come to life with the sounds of fiddle, accordion, cello, guitar, piano, and song. Ingonish is one of the areas of Cape Breton where residents have strong Irish roots. Situated north of Cape Smokey on the beautiful Cabot Trail, the drive alone is worth the trip. However, there will be a treasure trove of music waiting for you. Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich and Rose Morrison have been frequent collaborators over the years, both in Ireland and during the 2018 special Celtic Colours project Voices of the Naomhóg. Their deeply-rooted traditional style will mix nicely with the distinctive sound of Inn Echo’s eclectic influences on tradition and arrangement, and Alexis MacIsaac and Calum MacKenzie’s seamless blend of modern and traditional influences on fiddle and piano.

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