PICTOU—The final week of the Summer Sounds of Nova Scotia will be this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night beginning at 8 p.m. at the deCoste Centre in Pictou.
Musical host for the final week of the series is John Spyder Macdonald, a prominent player in the traditional music scene. He and his brother Al have captured much of the area’s history in song. He will be joined on stage by charismatic fiddler Fleur Mainville and the father/daughter duo of Tony and Shannon Quinn. Fleur has a solid reputation in the maritime music community and has several recordings to her credit, the most recent showcasing her vocal abilities. Shannon Quinn is also a dynamic fiddle player whose musical style reflects her Irish heritage. She is passionate about creating music and is currently studying music in Ontario.
Tickets for The Summer Sounds of Nova Scotia are available at the deCoste Box office prior to the performance or on line at www.decostecentre.ca Call 485-8848 or 1-800-353-5338 for further information.