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Dalgety on national folk music circuit

International folk trio from Canada – Vishtan. Twin sisters Pastelle and Emmanuelle LeBlanc from Prince Edward Island, Canada and Pascal Miousse from the nearby Magdalen Islands are coming to Dalgety to perform as part of a national folk music tour.MONARO residentsare in for a musical treat with world-class musicians performing in Dalgety in March.
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Dalgety has been included in a national folk tour, which will see a line up of internationally acclaimed musicians perform in the town.

Dalgety Chamber of Commerce president Nick Kirshner said it was wonderful to be included in the tour.

“From the Chamber’s point of view it is a fantastic opportunity to get a world-class act in Dalgety,” Mr Kirshner said.

“It is great to see another event coming to Dalgety, and it’s thanks to the Chamber and its members. They have made it happen.”

International folk trio from Canada – Vishtan will be performing at the Dalgety Memorial Hall, along with Australian musician Rob Longstaff and young Numeralla muscian, Oscar Litchfield.

Organisers of the national tour, called the Festival of Small Halls, select the best folk and contemporary acoustic artists performing at two of Australia’s largest music festivals, and send them on the road to play in small rural communities all over Australia in the lead up to the National Folk Festival in Canberra.

Festival of Small Halls organiser Chloe Goodyear said audiences will love Vishtan.

“They’re some of the best presenters of a style of music that we don’t see a lot of in Australia. It is really unique,” Goodyear said.

Vishtan’s sound is essentially Celtic but the songs are French, sung by each band member, alone or in three-part harmony.

The band members are accomplished multi-instrumentalists and step-dancers incorporating the fiddle, guitar, accordion, penny-whistle, mandolin, piano, jaw-harp and bodhran into each performance. They have become a distinctive and powerful international voice for traditional music.

Rob Longstaff, Australian bred, New Zealand-born blues and soul singer / songwriter, now living in Berlin, is known for his soulful acoustic songs, powerful voice and fingerpicking guitar playing style. A crowd pleaser, Mr Longstaff also connects with audiences with his humour and energy.

Local young talent Oscar Litchfield, from Numeralla, will also be performing. Mr Litchfield, won the People’s Choice Award at Jindy Idol last year and performed at the Numeralla Folk Festival this year, captivating the audience with his powerful guitar playing technique, using the guitar body to create drum sounds while playing bass lines and melodies on songs he composed.

The Festival of Small Halls Victoria, New South Wales and ACT is presented by the Woodford Folk Festival in partnership with the National Folk Festival.

The tour culminates in the National Folk Festival in Canberra at Easter.

The Festival of Small Halls will be at the Dalgety Memorial Hall on Saturday, March 19, starting at 6.30pm.

Tickets are on sale at Iona Cafe and Nursery at Dalgety, Cooma Visitor Centre and Jindabyne Visitor Centre or online at 老域名festivalofsmallhalls老域名 . Tickets – adults $25.

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