Traditional Music Stage

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May 13, 2017


Ted and Susie’s Pickin’ and Grinnin’ Show!

Husband and wife team, Ted and Susie Tomalewski, have been entertaining throughout the Four State Area since 2004. Their combination of Appalachian Style clog dancing, guitar and flute playing, fun song singing, joke telling and audience interaction will warm your heart and lift your spirits. They have recently added a Celtic Children’s Set for the young and the young at heart. They will have you grinnin’ in no time!

Visit them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/PickinAndGrinninShow or to view a video montage on YouTube at https://youtu.be/HGDKuq72kZk


The Martin Family Band- Traditional Irish

Inspired by family ties in the traditional music of the Appalachian region, Emily Martin and The Martin Family Band carry on the tradition of playing, performing and teaching Old Time and Irish on the mandolin, mountain dulcimer and tenor banjo

Based out of the Washington, DC/Baltimore area Emily  carries on a rich heritage of playing traditional Old Time Appalachian music on the mandolin, dulcimer and tenor banjo.

The Martin Family Band has been performing, teaching and playing Old Time and Irish music for 20 years and counting! From the greater Washington, D.C. area with family ties in Southwestern VA, they are a family band that has learned this traditional music and passed it down through multi-generations

Past appearances: Santa Fe Bluegrass and Old Time Fest, The Washington Folk Fest, Friends of Tidewater Folk Concert Series, The American Roots and Music Fest, The Watermelon Park Fest, and more!

 


Celtic Duclimers

Saint Andrews Society of Mid-Maryland’s own Sam Kirby and Kandi Austin!

 


Robert Mouland

Robert Mouland is a rare musician – a combination of performer, historian and storyteller who uses period instruments and clothing to educate and entertain in a variety of settings with an unparalleled authenticity. He might be found in a house museum playing airs on his harpsichord; he might be playing a Scottish reel on his 250 year old fiddle, or explaining his baroque flute at a summer festival. He is often sought out to accompany period dance groups performing melodies from the English Country Dance tradition. Through his work in the historic area of Philadelphia Robert has been fortunate to meet and perform for people from around the globe. He has served as Master Of Ceremonies at corporate functions and Celtic festivals, and his ability to engage is always a highight of his services.