Celtic Music Camps at CeltFest

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Celtic Music Camps at CeltFest 2012!

Fiddle? Guitar? Whistle? Bodhran? Stepdance? Singers' Intensive? Where do you find top instruction for all ages in a relaxed and fun environment? Check out the Celtic Music Summer School programs at CeltFest, to be held in Victoria, BC. July 16-20.

A Celtic Music program that includes Fiddle, Guitar, Penny Whistle, Bodhran, Trad Band~ and much, much more! In addition, Step Dance and Ceilidh Dance, a full dance program, plus a Celtic Singer's Intensive program are all back by popular demand! Full time Day programs Mon-Fri, and Evening workshops Mon-Wed or Thur for part-time instruction are open for registration also!

Public Concerts & ceilidhs with student performance opportunities every night!

Special *Weekend*Workshops open to all~ July 14 & 15.

Here's a peak at of some of our fabulous Celtic music instructors that are all-new  this year.  Early bird tuition discount extended to June 21.  For further information, click on relevant links  above/below, or call (250)758-0208 |1(866) 301-CELT.

Niamh Ní Charra

Niamh Ní Charra hails from Killarney, Ireland, where she started playing music at the age of 4 A multiple award winner on both fiddle and concertina, she toured for 8 years as a soloist with Riverdance, performing in over 2500 shows, before returning to Ireland where she is now based. She has...

Lori Watson

Lori Watson grew up in the Scottish Borders where she was a founder member of The Small Hall Band and played in the Clarty Cloot Ceilidh Band. She studied Scottish Music at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow and graduated in 2003. She is currently writing a PhD in...

Stephanie Cadman

Stephanie Cadman grew up in Canada’s capital, Ottawa.  Born into a musical family, she was drawn to the fiddle and developed a passion for dance and theatre starting at age 4.  Now as an accomplished artist, her professional reputation extends throughout North America and around the...

Innes Watson

Innes Watson was steeped in music from an early age. He developed an ear for traditional and folk music of Scotland and Ireland whilst gaining skills in technique and sight reading from classical training on violin and guitar. He studied at the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music...