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It’s true what they say, tradition never gets old! And the Tuscarawas Philharmonic has made sure of that, by bringing you a fusion of traditional European music; a gala of sweet sounds emanating from the Celtic culture; an insight into the history of the great European countries, through music. The Tuscarawas Philharmonic has organized within its 77th consecutive season of orchestra, a collection of Celtic Cavalcade that harmonizes the beautiful symphonies of the Celtic’s into one outstanding performance. Whether there are cheap Celtic Cavalcade tickets available or front row seat tickets, this is a show that you absolutely cannot afford to miss.
Going as far back as 2,700 years, the Celtic culture is rooted in central, western and northwestern Europe, and is one of the oldest and most influential cultures of the world. The Celt’s appreciation for art, literature and spirituality was only mirrored by their sensitivity to music and the lack of any disruption in the following years meant that the Celtic’s could develop these into a category of their own known as ‘the Arts’. Traditional Celtic music is that of the Celtic Nations such as Scotland and Ireland and has its own distinct sounds. Some of these well known genres include Puirt a beul, waulking song, sean-nos song, Celtic rock, Celtic hip hop, Celtic fusion and Celtic traditional music. This forms the basis for contemporary Celtic Cavalcade music today. What were once polyphonic melodies created by the simple sounds of bagpipes, fiddles and drums are now orchestrated into beautiful symphonies and cavalcades by talented artists.
The Celtic Cavalcade performance by the Tuscarawas Philharmonic features some of the finest and most acclaimed artists in the field including Elizabeth Langford, Jon Estes, Tina Bergman, Michael Holland, Kyle Kelvington and Brian McElhinney; as well as performances by the Akron and District Pipe Band. As if this wasn’t enough, guest musicians also take the stage, including some of the greatest names in Celtic music like Robert Frankenberry, Cythia Spiegel, Charles Spencer and Cynthia Wohlschlager.
The infamous Elizabeth Langford, more commonly referred to as ‘Liz Langford’ steals the show with her breathtaking performance on the violin and the fiddle. Having won the Pennsylvania and West Virginia State Fiddle competition only at the tender age of 14, Liz Langford set out to pursue her love for classical and country music and graduated from Vanderbilt in 2003 in violin performance. Collecting several accolades along the way, she is now a renowned violinist who inspires the audience with her wonderful performances.
The show also features the award-winning Akron and the District Pipe Band. The band, formed in 1979, was created to provide high quality band music consisting of bass drums, tenor, snare, and bagpipes. The band also aims to protect and celebrate the traditional Irish and Scottish musical theatrics while presenting their music in the form of parades.
The festivity does not end here. Along with the evocative music and stirring vocals, the Celtic Cavalcade surprises the audience with spirited dances that tantalize the soul. 2012’s Men’s World Champion Irish Dancer, Michael Holland performs with fellow dancers from the Premier O’Hare School of Irish Dance providing pure awe inspiring traditional Celtic entertainment.
Some distinct performances of the show include Four Scottish Dances by Arnold. This includes sets of light Scottish music pieces and four entailing dance pieces inspired purely by Scottish folk music and dances. It also includes beautifully orchestrated music pieces namely Jigs and Reels, Marches and Airs by Benjamin, Irish Tune from County Derry by Grainger, Orkney Wedding and Sunrise by Davies, and Strings and Threads by O’Conner.
Tuscarawas Philharmonic has managed to combine the Celtic symphonies with the charm of Celtic folk music into a spectacular orchestra of works and folk music into an awe inspiring performance that will be enjoyed by not only you but every member of your family. So why wait, especially when you have cheap Celtic Cavalcade tickets available. From the infamous bagpipe dance music to the various musical collaborations, this is a performance you would not want to miss.