THL Seonag nic Thomais writes:
Heather Dale (known to many of us as Marian of Heatherdale) is peforming with Mary Florence Bartley (known to many of us as Mary Hannah Le Moyne) at a special concert to raise money for the Elisabeth Fry Society of Simcoe County. Please feel free to cross post this information to other lists.
Here are all the details:
Sunday, November 29th from 7-9 pm
201 Hurst Drive
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Doors open: 6:30pm, show starts: 7:00 pm.
More info/tickets, ph: 728-1583 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the Press Release:
In her fourth and final concert for 2009, Mary-Florence Bartley joins forces with the internationally renowned singer, songwriter, recording artist, Heather Dale for an evening of traditional folk and Celtic music with a Christmas theme.
Born and raised in Toronto, Heather has toured many parts of the world as she plays a wide variety of folk instruments, including piano, bodhran drum, mountain & hammered dulcimers, bowed psaltery, and recorders & tin whistles.
Heather offers a new type of Celtic music for the 21st century: a playful, passionate blend of tradition and innovation. Her rich voice and evocative recordings have earned her fans around the world.
As a modern woman with Celtic roots, Heather cheerfully disregards the stereotypical limits for both Celtic balladeers and folk singer-songwriters. She excels at finding contemporary themes within old material, and fuses the Celtic folk tradition with a healthy mix of modern blues, jazz and world music influences. Heather Dale recently released her eleventh CD "The Green Knight" (2009, Amphis) during one of her rare breaks from touring.