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* Princess Pavilion: A Celtish Celebration
Posted Oct 26, 2009 - 11:40 AM
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Music Cornwall is famed for its Celtic roots and you can celebrate it to your heart’s content at the Princess Pavilion on Friday 30 October when the group Celtish visit Falmouth...

They’re a dynamic 5 piece featuring multi-faceted vocals glittering between an assortment of complementary instruments which will appeal to a wide ranging audience. With fiddle, harp and mandolin, guitar and mandola, flute and vocals, this talented Pan-Celtic band deliver an explosive mixture of Celtic music, intermixing jigs, reels and tunes, all spiced with an emotive, hauntingly beautiful vocal.

The band were chosen from thousands to represent folk music as part of the ‘COPAS’ live event at the Royal Albert Hall, and have played an impressive array of festivals, arts centres and theatres. They are passionate about their music and use their instruments to their fullest potential, giving generously of themselves and their talents to their audience.

The show starts at 8.30pm and tickets are £10 in advance. Available from the Pavilion box office: 01326 211222, the website: www.princesspavilion.co.uk and The Poly, HfC and Seetickets.

 
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