Hello, Colin MacLeod your CFG on the spot news reporter here!
Here is a quick tune before the news!
Here's the news.
Celtic Fiddle Course Partners Update
It's time for a quick Celtic fiddle course partners update.
Here is the Link.
On Saturday 7th of August, we have our second beginners
course starting at Cambridge Regional College. Places are
still available there.
And over in the U S, our courses are going to begin early
September at a number of colleges, including :-
- Bucks County Community College, Pennsylvania,
- Midland college, Texas,
- Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago,
- Brookline Adult Education, Massachusetts,
- Central Texas College, Texas.
In mid September, we've got our Celtic Fiddle Play by Ear
Beginners course, starting at Holyoke Community College
Further course partner updates are coming soon.
Click HERE for more information.
Celtic Music Jam Sessions
Now let's have a look at what's happening on the
Celtic music jam sessions front.
On Sunday, 8th of August 3:30 PM, New York time,
there's going to be a special jam session then.
There'll be a further announcement during the week.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out a bit
more before I officially send out another video.
And during August, our Celtic music group coaching
sessions take place Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
between 12:00 PM and 1:30 PM New York time.
or email email@example.com with any questions.
And a quick events update on the recent jam session that
we did live from the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games.
It was just a totally fun experience.
Thank you to our, on the spot reporter, Robin Mcleod Ingram
for the live experience which allowed everyone to connect
with the games.
It was actually really fun.
And I did an online Scottish fiddle competition.
I competed in an online Scottish fiddle competition at
the games for the first time, getting fourth place and best reel.
Now, with everyone returned to work, experts have actually
warned of plant loneliness.
Plants pick up on the vibrations of what's going on around them.
It could be your pets or it could be yourself speaking or the radio
If there is no one around in the course or no music playing, then
there is potential silence in the house and therefore, no vibrations.
So why not play your plants some Celtic music whilst you are
in the house or let them listen to it when you are away from the house.
Roaming Free, an album by myself and Rory Sinclair, Scottish
guitarist, that you can download from www.celticfiddleguru.com
is a great choice to start with.
It’s a cheery and energetic album.
And remember a few tunes a day, help your plants breathe,
rest and play.
It’s time for a music weather update.
There's a warm weather welcome awaiting for the month of August.
Bye for now.
Remember to email firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch
about the events we have on this month.
All the best for now.