Sunday, 1 April 2018

Our Celtic Connections in Music, Song and Story - 8 April 2018

Please join Sine McKenna and friends Lynda Kathan, Duncan Gillis, and Ellen MacIssac for our 2nd annual  benefit concert for The Glengarry Highland Society.

When: April 8, 2018
From: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Doors open at 1:30 pm
Where: Spoiled Rotten Bed and Breakfast, 1403 Shawinigan Street, Orleans.

Scots Gaelic singer and teacher, Sine McKenna, has been sharing her passion for Highland heritage for over 35 years. Although she grew up in Montreal, she was immersed in Celtic music from a young age. Her Mother, Anne, is an accomplished musician and her Father, Kenneth, a singer and historian. Since the early 70s Sine and her parents have been working together to raise awareness of the precious legacy of Highland culture in their present home, Glengarry county, Ontario.

As a solo singer, she has performed on both sides of the Atlantic on radio and television and also as lead singer with the Montreal based Celtic group Phenigma. In 1999 she co-founded The Daughters of Glengarry, a Gaelic music ensemble who performed throughout eastern Canada and Scotland.


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