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Autumn with Ocean Celtic at Creative Cauldron



When:  Friday, September 20, 2013, 7:30 PM



Where:
Creative Cauldron, 410
South Maple Avenue, Falls Church, VA 
22042



Admission:
Adults $20, Students/Seniors $18; Table for 2 $50 (includes 2 drinks); Table
for 4 $100 (includes bottle of wine)



Information
and Reservations:
http://www.creativecauldron.org/ocean_celtic_209.html
or contact Marty Summerour at 703-981-2217.



If seasons could have
nationalities, autumn, with its cool nights and abundant rainfall, would be
Irish.  To honor this most Irish of
seasons, the Folklore Society of Greater Washington presents an evening of
high-spirited Irish music by the OCEAN Celtic Quartet.



 



With soaring vocals and stirring
instrumentals, OCEAN will pay tribute to the Autumn Equinox with a special
helping of seasonal songs, lore and plenty of blazing jigs and reels.



 



Jennifer Cutting (accordions,
piano, artistic director), Lisa Moscatiello (voice, guitar, whistle), Andrew
Dodds (fiddle), and Steve Winick (voice) are known for their enthralling
performances and unusual repertoire. 
Composer and ethnomusicologist Jennifer Cutting explores the Library of
Congress’s Folk Archive to find rare ballads and tunes, giving them shimmering
new musical life. Vocalist Lisa Moscatiello has a voice that Billboard magazine
has called "one of the most gorgeous vocal instruments in all of
folk-tinged pop." Andrew Dodds is an award-winning Scottish fiddler. Steve
Winick’s boasts an earthy baritone, powerful delivery and an inexhaustible
supply of riveting ballads and stories.



 



The Washington Post calls
OCEAN “Nothing short of spellbinding….” Fall under their spell at this special autumn
concert!  To learn more about the Ocean
Celtic Quartet, visit the website at www.oceanorchestra.com



 



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Founded in 1964, FSGW is an all-volunteer,
not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.  The Society seeks to further the
understanding, investigation, appreciation, and performance of the traditional
folk music and folklore of the American people.  You can learn more about
FSGW by visiting our web site, www.fsgw.org.

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