Why See Masters of Scottish Arts?
A High Spirited Celebration Of Celtic Music
Proudly presented by the Celtic Arts Foundation, an organisation dedicated to preserve and celebrate the vibrant and storied celtic culture through events and educational activities in local communities, the Masters Of Scottish Arts congregate at Seattle's Benaroya Hall for one special evening of high flying highland music.
A colorful and joyful collision of music, dance and culture, the hotly anticipated event brings together some of Celtic music's biggest names and performers including Great Highland Bagpipe players Stuart Liddell, Willie McCallum, Roddy MacLeod and Angus MacColl, dummers Steven McWhirter (current world solo drumming champion), Blair Brown, Tyler Fry and Michael Cole, and fine fiddle players troy MacGilivray, Wendy MacIsaac and Andrea Beaton, as well as Fred Morrison on pipes and whistle. Marvel at these celebrated musician's nimble fingerwork and breathtaking dexterity as they conjure up an old world sonic celebration that'll have you on your feet and dancing a jig with the best of them!
Performance date: 1 January 1970
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