In Concert Series: Ceilidh
- Date: March 16, 2018
- Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Location: 520 W Waugh Street Dalton, GA
The Creative Arts Guild presents:
a collection of Roots Music
March 16th at 7 p.m.
The Creative Arts Guild will host a St. Patrick’s Day Celebration concert, featuring the group “Ceilidh,” on Friday, March 16th as part of the Roots Music Concert Series!
Ceilidh Celtic Ensemble is an eclectic quintet that was formed in July 2004. The word Ceilidh (pronounced KAY-lee) is Gaelic, meaning a concert at which tales are told, songs are sung and music is played for dancing.
The leader of the group is Dr. Sam Baltzer, Professor of Music at Georgia Highlands College. Other members are his wife Janet, Matthew Fearing and Beth Blackburn of Dalton, and Creative Arts Guild Music Instructor Jim Burdick, from Rocky Face.
Ceilidh has performed many times at the Guild and at other locations in Dalton. The group also plays yearly in Rome at the Festival of the Arts, Across the Big Pond Concert, Robert Burns dinners, and St. Patrick’s Day parties. Ceilidh is also available for weddings, receptions, and worship services. They have received grants from both Grass Roots Arts and the Jonas Foundation to perform educational concerts at schools and other facilities in Floyd, Gordon, and Whitfield counties.
The concert will be Friday, March 16th at 7:00 pm in the Creative Arts Guild Jonas Performance Hall. Admission is $10.00. Senior Citizens and Students with ID $8. Children under 5 free.
Feel free to bring your Irish snacks or dinner to enjoy during the concert! Beverages will be available.
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