2019 NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS

 

“Sociable Butterflies” (2018). Album cover art by Colin Dorgan of  Refinelines .

“Sociable Butterflies” (2018). Album cover art by Colin Dorgan of Refinelines.

A selected list of public performances.
Private bookings not included.
Student performances are listed on the Teacher webpages.

Papilio's second album, "Sociable Butterflies", is now available.

Feb. 1, 2019, 9:15pm-10pm: Papilio plays at the Halifax Celtic Music Festival.

March 17, 2019, 12:30pm: The Wildwood Flute and Harp Duo plays St. Patrick’s Day at the Bicentennial Theatre, Musquodoboit Valley, NS.

March 30, 2019, 8:00pm (beginners' tutorials start 7:30pm):  Papilio is the house band for Halifax Contra Dances at All Nations' Church, 2535 Robie St., Halifax NS.

April 1, 7:30pm: Playing in orchestra for the Dalhousie University Collegium Cantorum presentation of St. John Passion at St. Andrews United Church, Halifax.

Halifax Celtic Festival, Feb. 2019

Halifax Celtic Festival, Feb. 2019

April 7, 2019, 4:00pm: Playing Baroque flute in orchestra for the Paul Halley/King’s Chapel Choir production of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, All Saints’ Cathedral, Halifax.

May 11, 11:00am-1:00pm: Performing with the Tidewater Trio at the Mothers’ Day tea at Evergreen Historic House for the Dartmouth Museum Society.

May 25, 2019, 8:00pm (beginners' tutorials start 7:30pm):  Papilio is the house band for Halifax Contra Dances at All Nations' Church, 2535 Robie St., Halifax NS.

StMatthewPassion poster.jpg

June 19 - July 7, 2019: Folk music study trip to Sweden.

July 9-10, 2019: Papilio music video project with Kent Martin and John Adams at the Lunenburg Academy, Lunenburg NS.

July 15-17, 2019: Panellist and performer in early music conference at Dalhousie University in Halifax, NS entitled “Rethinking Enlightenment Music History”, with concert Tues. July 16, 6:30pm at the Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library. More TBA.

July 18: Giving a traditional flute workshop for Maritime Ensemble Week at the Maritime Conservatory, organized by Sibylle Marquardt and Jennifer King. Based on Celtic and Scandinavian musical traditions, but with fundamental principles that can extend to learning music from other traditions as well.

July 21-27, 2019: Boxwood Festival