Guelph Celtic Orchestra

 


St. Patrick's Day Performance and Ceilidh 

postponed until further notice! Apologies. 

If you purchased a ticket through our website we will send a refund in the next few days to a week
If you purchased at Janus books, please go by there directly in the next few days for a refund



Saturday March 14th, 2020

Italian Canadian Club

135 Ferguson Street, Guelph, ON N1E 2Y7

Tickets $20 advance $25 at door (under 16 - $12)

7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

PIERRE SCHRYER/ADAM DOBRES

April 26th Royal Electric,52 MacDonell St. Guelph.

Doors open 6:30. Showtime 7-9pm. Tickets available at the door $30 or email fmccairley@gmail.com to reserve an advance ticket

Your name will be put on a list at the door as paid. Please do not expect a hard copy ticket. You may print your receipt as proof of purchase

Experience the magic of this phenomenal Canadian Celtic duo - fiddler Pierre Schryer and
guitarist Adam Dobres. Schryer & Dobres have just released a new album called “Mandorla”
which features an eclectic array of musical gems from across the globe including traditional
and contemporary tunes in various styles from far reaching places including Canada,
Ireland, Algeria, Brazil, Quebec, and more. The show will surely delight, as this duo is a tour
de force of versatility, fine musicianship and technical dexterity. Together they represent two
diverse and successful music careers laden with awards and nominations including JUNO,
Canadian Folk Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards and Grammy Awards. Their
first connections were in Victoria, BC through friends, and collaborations on festival stages
and recordings. Several tours and musical projects later, the duo continues to appear at
national and international festivals from the Pacific to the Atlantic and beyond.


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PierreSchryerAdamDobres/
YouTube links:
https://youtu.be/9hfnaj4i-MU
https://youtu.be/XWyXmIrVOj4
https://youtu.be/DnDP7U9qfGk

Our Mission

The Guelph Celtic Orchestra uses music and dance as a vehicle to provide the city’s amateur and professional musicians and dancers with an opportunity for a promising future in performing traditional Celtic music. We seek to reach and retain audiences and members of all ages and provide a supportive learning environment for all who share a passion for this style of music.

Our Vision

The Guelph Celtic Orchestra is dedicated to Celtic performance by offering our interpretations of traditional music and dance through live entertainment that is energetic, inspiring, creative, and passionate!