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Thu, 02 Jun


Knowhere Public House

Duncan Cameron & Stéafan Hannigan 'Songs & Stories'

Two exceptional award winning multi-instrumentalists, composers & storytellers offer tales and tunes from Irish, Scottish, English & French Canadian traditions. In English and French.

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Duncan Cameron & Stéafan Hannigan 'Songs & Stories'

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02 Jun 2022, 19:00

Knowhere Public House, 130 Elm St, Greater Sudbury, ON P3C 1T6, Canada

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Stéafan Hannigan & Duncan Cameron

'Songs and Stories'

Two exceptional  award winning multi-instrumentalists, composers & storytellers offer tales and tunes

from Irish, Scottish, English & French Canadian traditions. 

In English and French.

  • Thursday June 1st 7pm, doors open at 6pm
  • $25
  • Knowhere Public House, 130 Elm St, Sudbury

Duncan Cameron is a bilingual singer, multi-instrumentalist and storyteller whose performances highlight the variety of traditional folk music from Ontario, Quebec, the East Coast, Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere. Classical, country, and rock music have also added to his repertoire and influenced his thoughtful arrangements.

The fiddle is Duncan’s first instrument, but he also plays mandolin, guitar, Irish bouzouki, tin whistle, harmonica, bodhrán and English concertina. He has toured, recorded with, and composed music for many groups including 'The Pierre Schryer Band', 'Fig For A Kiss' and 'The Irish Descendants' and 'Fagroongala'.

He currently resides in Sudbury, ON and is a recent winner of the 2019 Jackie Washington award for outstanding contributions to arts and culture in Northern Ontario.

Steafan Hannigan is an Irish multi-instrumentalist, storyteller, composer, author and freelance technical director, audio engineer and stage manager, now living in Ontario. Steafan is a multi times "All Britain" and "North American" champion Irish musician who regularly teaches across USA, Canada and Europe. He works in T.V., radio, and with live and recorded sound. His credits include Friends, Relic Hunter, Afro-Celts, Oliver Schrorer, Michael Flatley, Depeche Mode, Jeff Martin, Loreena Mckennitt, and Newland. He has worked with ArtsCan Circle and Project Journey in indigenous communities.

He has played on or produced over 200 albums, toured in over 30 countries and has a recording studio with a collection of over 800 musical instruments. He is an author of “The Bodhran Book” and “The Low Whistle Book”. He and his family perform together in the band ‘Clan Hannigan’ as well as with his musician wife, Saskia Tomkins as ‘Steafan & Saskia’.

This event is kindly co-hosted by the nice folks at Knowhere Public House. Thanks to Kaitlin & Bill and staff for offering their venue to us to support our local traditional events.

Please do take advantage of their great menu & drinks which include local ingredients & producers.

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