Celebrate Tartan Day learning songs in Scottish Gaelic with Rich Hill!Register Now
A Tartan Day workshop on simple Scottish Gaelic songs - pibroch songs, lullabies, mouth music & waulking songs. Wear your tartan proudly and come sing with us!
Rich Hill is from Wyoming. He began learning Gaelic when he was seven years old from a Scottish immigrant who had come to the Rocky Mountains. He met a “new family,” the Gaels of Vancouver, in 1989. He has been heavily immersed in Gaelic since that time, teaching and singing in Scottish Gaelic. He is a founder of Slighe nan Gaidheal and Féis Seattle, and is also well-known in Seattle’s early music scene.
Doors open at 9am, workshop begins at 9:30am and end at 12:30pm.
Members receive a discount on tickets to this workshop. To become a Celtic Arts Foundation member, please visit our Membership Page or call 360-416-4934.
Workshop goers can take advantage of 15% off of the best available rate at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Burlington–just mention the Celtic Arts Foundation when booking or click here.
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