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9th HALIFAX CELTIC MUSIC WORKSHOP -2011

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Due to the success of their first 8 Workshops,
KORVUS Sound Explorations Inc. & New Tune Productions will be hosting:


The 9th HALIFAX CELTIC MUSIC WORKSHOP

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The 10th Halifax Celtic Music Workshop will be held in conjunction with ....

Re-Jigged
A Celebration of New Celtic Music & Dance

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:: The 7th Halifax Celtic Music Workshop moved to a new location: a wonderfully spacious hall with great acoustics and hardwood floors: Christ Church Hall in Downtown Dartmouth. This building was made to be performed and danced in.


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PLACE:
Christ Church Hall, 61 Dundas Street, in Downtown Dartmouth

Near the Dartmouth Ferry terminal - 3 blocks up Ocherloney St from the Waterfront




INSTRUCTORS :

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SCHEDULE:



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for times, prices, and all other information please visit

www.rejiggedfestival.com

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The Session at 4pm is FREE to everyone enrolled
$5 off 2-1/2hr classes if you sign up for more than 1 class

All Classes are suitable for ages 9 & up
BE SURE TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE TO ENSURE A SPOT !


For more information, or to pre-register, please click on these links:

* COMPLETE SCHEDULE

* FULL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

* DIRECTIONS to HALL

* REGISTER ONLINE

* TUNE OF THE DAY

* PREVIOUS WORKSHOP PICS

* PREVIOUS WORKSHOP INFO

* CONTACT US



Produced by: KORVUS Sound Explorations Inc. & New Tune Productions


photo from a previous Halifax Celtic Music Workshop below

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Organizers Glenn Coolen & Seph Peters are hoping to make these Celtic Music Workshops an increasingly more regular event. The goals are to:


1) help raise the level of playing trad. tunes & songs in Nova Scotia, particularly in the Irish-style;

2) bring instructors & performers in from outside Canada;

3) get young adults & teens more involved in playing Celtic session music, outside the usual pub environment -where they cannot play because of age restrictions;

last updated April 21st, 2011