Press Release - Office of College Advancement

Monday, February 28, 2011
Office of College Advancement
Ohlone College
510.979.7941
www.ohlone.edu

For Immediate Release:

Event: Ohlone College
Smith Center Presents!
San Francisco Scottish Fiddlers
Date & Time: Saturday, March 5, 2011, 8:00pm
Where:

Smith Center at Ohlone College
43600 Mission Boulevard
Fremont, CA 94539

Admission:
  • General Admission, $20
  • Students & Seniors, $18
  • Youth under 12, $15

SF Scottish Fiddlers Explode with Music at Ohlone College

Female dancer on stage with fiddler orchestra behind her. —Photo by Dan Espinosa.

Fremont, CA—Put on your dancing shoes and get ready for a night of spontaneous music by a group as lively as a dance band with the harmony of an orchestra. Over 100 Scottish fiddlers, harpists, drummers and dancers gather together on one stage for an evening packed with song and dance. Hailed by the San Francisco Chronicle as “an experience not to be missed,” their infectious music combines fiddles with drums, harps, flutes, basses, bagpipes, and harmonicas to create a Scottish-tradition-meets-contemporary-tunes experience.

The San Francisco Scottish Fiddlers is a volunteer-run organization of over 200 members of different ages and backgrounds from all over Northern California, the US and beyond. This diverse group of people all come together because of their love for traditional Celtic music and culture. The San Francisco Scottish Fiddlers tours have covered Northern California all the way to Alaska, including concerts in venues such as Anchorage’s Atwood Hall, and performances at the Lake Tahoe Summer Music Festival. They have performed several times at the Smith Center over the years and local audiences are delighted to share in the experience when they return.

Tickets for this repeat performance are available online or at the box office. Please visit www.smithcenter.com, or call the Smith Center Box Office at (510) 659-6031 for more information.

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