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Jerry Holland Concert and Workshops
seaton
Posts: 131
Posted: 04-Jan-2009 01:38
Well known Cape Breton Island fiddler to teach workshops and perform in the Border's January 18th workshops will be held at the Midlem Village Hall 12-2 pm contact www.riddelfiddles.com. The concert will be at the Denholm Village church starting at 7:30 pm with limited seating also with Jerry will be Ross Kennedy.Tickets are £6 you can book at 01450 870347.
Elizabeth.
Posts: 7970
Posted: 04-Jan-2009 13:53
Glad to see him out and about again after his spell of bad health.

You can also see Jerry Holland a couple of times at Celtic Connections 2009:

Celtic Connections Opening Concert "The Cape Breton Connection" Thurs 15th Jan 2009, 7.30pm
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Auditorium

Jerry Holland & Friends and Maggie Adamson Sat 17th Jan 2009, 8.00pm
St Andrew's in the Square

Celtic Connections 2009 tickets can be booked:
Online: http://www.celticconnections.com
By phone: 0141 353 8000

He's also in Campbeltown on 16th January;
"The Kintyre Music and Arts Tuition Group and the Kintyre Fiddlers are hosting a special concert and two workshops in January by the legendary Cape Breton fiddler, Jerry Holland..... Jerry will lead an intermediate workshop at 4.30pm; an advanced workshop at 5.30pm and then play a concert at 8.00pm in the Heritage Centre. He will have Ross Kennedy and Archie McAllister doing sets on the programme. More info tickets etc: http://forargyll.com/2008/11/cape-bretons-jerry-holland-january-concert-and-workshops-in-campbeltown

Mairi
Posts: 1032
Posted: 04-Jan-2009 14:29
If you are interested in the Campbeltown event, check out the local forum for updates:

http://kintyreforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=7191&p=77105

Any questions you have can be posted there too. Should be excellent.

Mairi
Posts: 1032
Posted: 13-Jan-2009 22:38
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Mairi
Posts: 1032
Posted: 15-Jan-2009 01:00
Best not to turn up on spec - though you may still get a booking if you make contact now. From the Kintyre Forum http://www.kintyreforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=7191&p=78360#p78360

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I have just been made aware of a good article in the Glasgow Herald, link below

Glasgow Herald
http://www.theherald.co.uk/features/celticconnections/display.var.2481199.0.its_easy_to_put_the_finger_on_reason_for_jerrys_success.php

We have had a great uptake on the workshops and expect to have both pretty well fully booked by the time they start. Tickets for the concert have really picked up and we are now expecting a good turn out for the event. We have quite a few people travelling some distance for both the concert and the workshops with loads of enquiries for Tarbert and Mid Argyll as well as a couple of people travelling up from England.

Once the concert is finished the musicians will move down to the White Hart (who are sponsoring the artists accommodation and meals) for a session, so there should be plenty of music to keep everyone happy.

Hopefully see you there.

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