Museum is pleased to announce a fundraising concert featuring the dynamic fiddler, Cindy Thompson on September 7 from 7 - 9 p.m. at the Middleville Agricultural Hall.
There is something for everyone in Cindy Thompson’s energetic fiddling. She draws from an extensive range of traditional fiddle styles, learned through personal experience and from a career that has taken her to local, National and International stages for over 35 years. Along with teaching and performing, Cindy continues to develop new traditional styles and enjoys teaching them to her many students throughout Ontario.
Cindy will be performing with her son, Jake Butineau, on the keyboard. Jake is a professional composer for video games and visual media based in Toronto, ON with credits in over 40 media projects including video games (music & sound design), film and internet.
Joining them as special guests on stage will be Cindy's husband Bruce Strathearn (on fiddle ) and her talented sister, Wendy Phillips.
Wherever she goes, Cindy's fun, enthusiastic approach builds an amazing rapport with her audience. Cindy’s passion for traditional music shows every time she performs or picks up her fiddle.
Tickets are available in Almonte at Baker Bob's and Mill Street Books, at the Museum in Middleville and by eTransfer through firstname.lastname@example.org. Get your tickets early; you will not want to miss this fun evening.
Tickets for this Fundraising event are non-refundable.
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