MONTHLY MARKER May 2017
Time flies, and a new month has dawned again, so it’s time to announce our new Monthly Marker! And with the festival season now in full swing we thought we would focus on that a little.
All through the month of May, the month leading up to
of course, we will be playing
Kelten zonder Grenzen
‘Andro ofzo’ five to six times a day. This song is a lovely Balfolk piece with a twist!
Because the song is named after the Andro, a group dance, but it is in fact a Scottish, which is a couple’s dance! But we are certain both dances will be
taught and performed at Keltfest
so we thought we would give you a little practice. 🙂
MONTHLY MARKER April 2017
It’s already the third day of the month, so you already had three days to discover our new Monthly Marker. Did anyone find it yet? 😉
All through April we will play
‘Midnight on the Water’, from their new album ‘Live in Bremen’, five to six times a day. As the name of the album suggests this song was recorded during a live performance in Germany, so it definitely captured the amazing energy that the band members show on stage.
Tomorrow will mark the end of an era…
of course, is well know for their ‘Epic Folk’ songs, many of which tell tales from the journey of the heroine their named the band after.
But tomorrow evening, one of Cesair’s own heroines will end her journey with the band.
After many musical adventures with her friends, Fieke van den Hurk will turn over a new leaf.
Please join us, in saying farewell to Fieke at this final concert together with the remaining band members tomorrow, the 18th March.
This pivotal moment will be epic in and of itself, with additional acts of none other than
& Maya Fridman
We will happily meet you at
Poppodium de Peppel
in Zeist or, should you not be able to make it, online in one of our streams from the hall itself!
P.S.: Did you know that almost 2,5 years ago, we kicked off CeltCast with Cesair’s ‘Atiny Naya’ as our very first song? 🙂
Concert info at:
Theodor Bastard, Cesair, Jyoti Verhoeff & Maya Fridman
Bastaard Fantasy Awards
Tomorrow evening our friends of Bastaard will host the second edition of the Fantasy Awards, and CeltCast will of course be there! In fact our very own Arjan is one of the judges 🙂 Will we be seeing you there too? We certainly hope so!
If you don’t have tickets yet, check out their give-away with five(!) goodie-bags filled to the brim:
Just be sure to get your tickets before midnight CET!
And if you really can’t make it, say because it’s a bit too far to travel from the USA or something, then keep an eye out on both our Facebook page and Bastaard’s page! We will keep you updated on who won “Best Photo” and “Best Album”, as well as all of the other categories, as fast as we can!
And who knows, maybe we’ll be able to stream some of the entertainment too 😉