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A Celtic Celebration with the Reel Sisters
- Sunday, December 15, 2019
- The Main Stage
- $18 Advance // $20 Door
- Tickets on Sale Now
- Main Hall Seated - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations
The stage is set for holiday fun with The Reel Sisters playing harps, pipes, whistle, and song! Seasonal favorites pair with traditional tunes from the British Isles & Appalachia leaving your heart full and your toes tapping!
The Reel Sisters
The stage is set for holiday fun with harps, pipes, whistle, and song! Seasonal favorites pair with traditional tunes from the British Isles and Appalachia to leave your heart full and your toes tapping! The Sisters’ approachable, lighthearted personalities create a unique musical experience that will leave you feeling inspired, contented, and full of good cheer.
The Reel Sisters are a duo steeped in the musical tradition of Scottish harp and smallpipes. Piper Rosalind Buda and harpist Kelly Brzozowski share lifetimes of experience in the traditional music community and the technical expertise of classical training. The Reel Sisters' music is uplifting, stirring, and just sweet fun. While the “Sisters” have been asked many times if they truly are sisters, the answer is technically no. The music is what binds them together and connects them deeply to their audiences. Come and get in the spirit with The Reel Sisters!
Rosalind Buda holds a BMUS from the University of Iowa and a MM from New England Conservatory in Bassoon Performance. She has taught and performed throughout the US and Europe. She teaches and performs classical chamber and orchestral music and Celtic music in her in her home of Asheville, NC and throughout Western North Carolina. Keeping to the mountain tradition, Rosalind plays banjo for fun and enjoys contra dance.
Kelly Brzozowski holds a BMUS and a Masters Diploma in Harp Performance and Musicology from the University of North Wales. She has taught and performed throughout Europe and the US. Kelly lives in Atlanta where she maintains a large teaching studio and performs both classical and Celtic music. When she is not performing or teaching, she is homeschooling her son. You will often find them designing and conducting experiments. Is it science or food?!