Well, applications for BCMFest 2010 (Jan. 8-9) are due very soon -- July 1st.
This year we're focusing on the core tradition, so trad ensembles, session hounds, and tradition bearers, please consider applying. But we won't discount new and progressive collaborations, either. If it's Celtic-based, and it's good, BCMFest wants YOU.
Download an application and send it in by the end of the month! If you know someone you think should appear at BCMFest, pass this message along to them. And if you have applied in the past, you don't even need to send a sound sample.
ALSO: In the true fashion of a 21st-century traditional music event, BCMFest is now on Twitter! Click here, and then do a search for BCMFest. Then you keep up with all the BCMFest happenings.
Great fun with you in chat today Anomaly! Still wearing that mini skirt? :-) I love your pictures, especially the one with the horse, dog and man under the horse. Very cool. Also love the beauty of pictures 19 and 21. You look *very* happy in all but one pic. Looks like you had a great time. See you in chat soon. Slan, Ciara-cyn
There are lots of commuinity theatres in Galway as far as i know.My recently deceased Brother was into Amateur Dramatics in a big way.It depends on where you are in Galway.I'll try and find out for you although i live in Dublin.Thanks for getting in touch,Bless,Mick.
hiya -- write when u have time. I used to be in a band at the local brew pub here. WV Brew Pub Co. We have mandolins, balron , guitar, dulcimer, fiddle...drum etc...would love to learn all Irish stuff, as many people here in WV have ties to Eastern Woodland Indians and Irish heritage. My grandpa is from Ireland...
your photos are excellent.
check my friends here -- old Appalachian/bluegrass www.thehillbillygypsies.com