CARTHAGE -- New England Celtic Arts in collaboration with Music New Brunswick will present Samantha Robishaud at Mahoosuc Arts on Tuesday, Aug. 27; at Skye Theatre Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, Aug. 28; and at Route 27 Arts on Thursday, Aug. 29. Curtain is 7 p.m. at each venue. A jam session at Skye Theatre will start at 6 p.m.
Robishaud's passion, desire and drive have led her to achieve incredible success in just a short time. She has always demonstrated a strong love for all styles of fiddle playing: her drive to perfect a unique feel and style has also been influenced through classical training.
Her latest CD "Collected" was released in May 2013 and she will be featuring songs and tunes from the new album on this tour in Maine.
Skye Theater is at 2 Highland Drive, South Carthage, 207-562- 4445. Mahoosuc Arts is in Bingham Hall, 45 Church Street, Bethel, 207-824-3575. Route 27 Arts is at the Stratton Community Building, 88 Main St., Stratton, 207-264-2300.
More information is available at: http://www.necelticarts.com
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