Franco-American fiddler Donna Hébert has deep roots in folk music. Cited for “outstanding artistic achievement” in 2009 by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, Donna is a master of fiddling and fiddle pedagogy as well as a songwriter with two originals on Smithsonian recordings.
A talented multi-instrumentalist and singer, George Wilson samples a wide variety of traditional and folk styles. As a fiddler, he has over 500 tunes for dancing and listening—tunes from New England, Quebec, Cape Breton, Scotland, Ireland, and Shetland. His dynamic fiddling, strongly influenced by Cape Breton and French Canadian styles, has been popular with contra dancers and concert-goers since the late 1970s.
The concert will be held in-person at the Old Songs building and streamed on the Old Songs YouTube Channel. No Refunds.