Music for a winter’s evening a big success in Cawston

Last Friday night the Cawston Community Hall was packed for an evening of traditional music on heritage instruments

Old time fiddle music graced Cawston Hall on Dec. 9.

 

Last Friday night the Cawston Community Hall was packed for an evening of traditional music on heritage instruments presented by Fiddle Frazzle musicians Ron Wall, Liz Lupton, Roswitha Masson, Arianna d’Aoust, Phil d’Aoust and Patrick d’Aoust.

Bodhran drum, octave mandolin, accordion, flute, keyboard  and hammer dulcimer complimented lively old time fiddle music with a Celtic flair.

The event was sponsored by K Mountain Music Invitational Society.

Proceeds from the sold out evening go to support bursaries to send local music students to Summer Music Camps like those held at The University of B.C.

Learning the calls at The Cawston Hall with Fiddle Frazzle at Music for a Winter’s Eve, December 9, the popular  heritage group’s third swing through the Lower Similkameen  in as many years.

Round they go in the patterns of old time dancing with the help  of Fiddle Frazzle instructor, Arianna d’Aoust (down right).

 

 

 

 

 

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