The Longmont Chorale Presents A Celtic Spring
A special performance with Colorado-based traditional Celtic duo Gadbaw & Krimmel with the Chorale Singers
Colorado-based Celtic duo Beth Gadbaw and Margot Krimmel have performed together throughout the U.S., the U.K, and Ireland. Recently featured on Colorado Public Radio, their second album Icy December was described by The Folk Harp Journal as “a wonderful compilation…that will make you feel nostalgic and warm” and by British folk magazine What’s Afoot as “an absolute joy to listen to.” All-Ireland harp champion Sylvia Woods said, “This is my favorite harp and vocal CD.”
The concert will also feature bagpipes and a fiddler in addition to Beth Gadbaw’s drums and Margot Krimmel’s harp. The Chorale Singers will perform a new arrangement of “The Rocky Road to Dublin” by Jacob Gantz, the Longmont Chorale’s Associate Director. Mr. Gantz is also the choir director for Skyline High School in Longmont.
The Longmont Chorale is a nonprofit Longmont choral group, an SATB choir which performs four major concerts in Longmont each season.
Directors: Scott Hamlin, Jacob Gantz
Accompanist: Bill Hanlin
Celtic Duo Guests: Beth Gadbaw & Margot Krimmel
Fiddler: Rebecca Waterhouse
Piper: Wesley Simonson
When: Sunday, April 7, 3:00 p.m.
Where: Westview Presbyterian Church, 1500 Hover St, Longmont, CO 80501
Tickets: Tickets for A Celtic Spring are $17 for Adults, $15 for Seniors, 7th Grade through age 22 is $5, and Active Military is $5, and students & children 6th grade & under are free. Tickets are available at LongmontChorale.org/Tickets.