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News & Announcements

GreenStage's "Ides of March" Fundraiser 

Hey all!  This is a bit last-minute, but I'll be performing this Saturday night at the Ides of March Fundraising Gala for GreenStage, Seattle's own "Shakespeare in the Park".  GreenStage is great...I saw a couple of their productions this summer, and was thrilled to be asked to perform for them.  The performance is Saturday, March 15th (when else?) at The Production Shop in Burien. There will also be Shakespeare readings, a silent auction, appetizers, wine, beer and a cash cocktail bar.  Sounds like fun!  You can purchase tickets at http://idesofmarch.brownpapertickets.com/ See you there!

(Update: I had an absolutely marvelous time, and even managed to finagle my way into reciting some Shakespeare in the Sonnet Poetry Slam!  Thanks so much for having me, Greenstage!)

Happy Hogmanay and other Scottish news! 

Happy New Year, everyone!  And let me wish you all an extremely belated Happy Hogmanay as well.  As is traditional, I celebrated Hogmanay this year by attending a brilliant Capitol Hill party, which culminated (inevitably) in the lot of us marching down 15th Avenue, brandishing flags of the Celtic nations, playing bagpipes, invading the local pubs/coffeeshops and compelling their denizens to sing "Flower Of Scotland" with us. This year I was privileged to carry the large Irish flag in the procession, which I managed to do without disgracing myself/injuring anyone. Good times.



In further Scottish news, I'll be flying to Naples, Florida this week to perform at the St. Andrew's Society's Robert Burns Supper, which is always a pleasure and a privilege! (When I received the invitation, my first thought was..."Florida in January? Nah, that doesn't sound enjoyable at all..." *shivering in the Seattle cold*)

"Sunday's Hornpipe" Radio Interview 

Very exciting news, folks! Devon Leger, one of the hosts of KBCS' "Sunday's Hornpipe" Celtic radio show, has invited me to come do an in-studio performance and interview THIS SUNDAY (9/8/13)! The show runs from 3-6 pm, and I'll be on starting at 4pm. Be sure to listen in (it's a great show!) Those not lucky enough to be in the Seattle/Bellevue area can stream the show live (or listen to the audio archive later!) at www.kbcs.fm. Thanks, Devon!

Sheet music arrangements forthcoming! 

 I'm excited to announce that, in collaboration with my favorite transcriptionist and theory guru Ms. Sarah Bost, I am working on creating sheet music arrangements for the three most oft-requested harp pieces from my album: "Sí Bheag, Sí Mhór", "Tabhair Dom Do Lámh", and "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind".  I'm still working out the details, but they will most likely be available as PDF downloads via this website.  Watch this space! 
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