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Siamsa Ceilis Spring 2017        [français]


Saturday April 29, 2017

* Last chance to dance this season! *


with special guests
Maider Martineau & Sasi Ardiak (Basque musicians)

At the NDG Legion,
with caller Bill White and The Siamsa Ceili Band

8pm-midnight. Admission: $12
($7 students, seniors and under 18s. $0 children under 13.)
Check out the video on the band page.



Siamsa ceilis are evenings of traditional Irish social dance. Great fun for all - novices and experienced dancers, young and old alike. And if you don’t feel like stepping it out, enjoy a glass from the bar, listen to the music and watch the fun on the floor!

A short instructional session is provided at the start of each Ceili to help welcome new dancers.

In winter weather, please bring shoes to help us keep the dance floor dry and safe.

Music by the Siamsa Montréal Ceili Band
with caller Bill White to guide you through a varied program of traditional dances, from easy “come-all-ye” circle dances to more challenging “sets” (quadrilles), with international favourites such as the Gay Gordons and of course a couple of waltzes. Bill is often assisted by callers Elspeth McMurray or Yaëlle Azoulay.

Guest performers
Half-time performances by local artists and groups are a frequent and popular feature of the ceilis. On April 29 our guests will be exciting Basque trio Sasi Ardiak.

We rely on a strong team of volunteers to help keep the ceilis running smoothly. If you would like to lend a hand, please contact info@siamsa.org.

Raffle and sponsors, and patrons
At the 10pm break we have a raffle in support of our music school.
In addition to the traditional bottle of Irish whiskey,
prizes have been graciously donated by the following sponsors.

Elizabeth Johnston
Bodhran Babe Collections
Celtic Inspired Jewellery

Fred Graham
Ardglen Bodhrans & Bones
Hand-made instruments for discerning drummers

Siamsa School of Irish Music gratefully acknowledges
the patronage and generous financial support of the
St. Patrick's Society of Montreal.

Hurleys