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An intergenerational concert celebrating all things musical in Northumberland County. From fiddles to choir, original songs to musical theatre, come witness the results of a week of collaboration and mentorship between paired local performers of all genres. Artists include: Hill & Landing, Sarah Lewis, Jessica Outram, Shannon Linton & SONG, Ted Staunton, What Fun!, The Abzolutely Choir, Saskia Tomkins, and more.
Big Little Lions are an award-winning duo who were born out of a collaboration that won them a JUNO Award in 2014. Since then, they have been cranking out infectious folk pop songs that are jam-packed with emotion and tight harmonies that sound like the product of two people working side-by-side instead of living in different countries. They have released 7 albums to date.
Father and son career musicians Spencer and Oscar Evans once again return to the Old Church for an afternoon of elegant and eclectic songs featuring dynamic vocalist Tyson Sullivan. With roots in the Quinte area, Spencer has been a sought-after keyboardist/clarinetist and entertainer for three decades.
Billy MacInnis, also known as Stompin’ Tom’s fiddle player, shares the stage with one of the most well-known guitarists in Eastern Ontario, Pat Johnson. Billy, a third-generation fiddler, has been entertaining and wowing audiences since the age of five. Pat has built up a big following through playing up to 80 gigs a year since the late 1990s.