See you at Celtic Colours! | June 23rd 2016

We are very happy to say that we will be performing at the 20th Anniversary celebration of Celtic Colours this October.
Very much looking forward to seeing everyone and playing some music in front of the wonderful audiences Celtic Colours draws!

Big congrats to everyone at Celtic Colours for 20 years of your amazing festival!
See you there!

Mary Jane & Wendy celebrate International Women’s Day with The Ann Terry Society | February 18th 2016

ATP March 9

“Following our passion & finding our voices.”

Join Mary Jane & Wendy March 9th at United Heritage Church to celebrate International Women’s Day with The Ann Terry Society!

Mary Jane Lamond and Wendy MacIsaac – Piping Live with Cathy Porter (BBC) | January 12th 2016

In August, Mary Jane and Wendy went to Glasgow, Scotland for Piping Live with Cathy Porter.

They were lucky to have Ross Martin join them for the week on guitar and Finlay MacDonald on pipes and whistle join them for this BBC recording. Super fun playing with these guys!!

#RaiseAGlass4Alistair – A Project Bookmark Fundraiser | September 25th 2015

Celebrate the unveiling of the first Project Bookmark plaque in Nova Scotia, which features a passage from Alistair MacLeod’s No Great Mischief, at this evening of Cape Breton music and readings from MacLeod’s work.

The No Great Mischief bookmark will be unveiled in Port Hastings earlier in the day. That evening, readers across Canada will #RaiseAGlass4Alistair to mark the occasion, with Shelagh Rogers serving as the Twitter toastmaster. If you are in Halifax, join us for an in-person evening of drink, words and music. If you live elsewhere, raise a glass in your own town and join the Twitter toast!

Hosted by Stephanie Domet

FEATURING
Readings of MacLeod’s work by Sheree Fitch & Donna Morrissey
Live music by Cape Breton fiddler Wendy MacIsaac and accompanist Brad Davidge
Door prize & book sales by Bookmark Halifax

A fundraiser for Project Bookmark Canada (projectbookmarkcanada.ca)
$15 suggested donation

In partnership with the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia

The No Great Mischief bookmark will be unveiled in Port Hastings earlier in the day, and that evening, readers across Canada will #RaiseAGlass4Alistair to mark the occasion, with Shelagh Rogers serving as the Twitter toastmaster. Project Bookmark Canada is a charitable organization that is creating a “literary trail” across Canada, placing markers (“bookmarks”) in the exact physical location where literary scenes are set. Click here for more information (http://www.projectbookmarkcanada.ca/raiseaglass4alistair/) or email Sarah Emsley ([email protected]).
Facebook Link – https://www.facebook.com/events/488639281314197/ 

Off The Floor nominated for a Music Nova Scotia Award! | September 15th 2015

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Off The Floor has been nominated for a Music Nova Scotia Award in the Traditional/Roots Recording of the Year category. Best of luck to Wendy and all of the nominees!

Off The Floor receives Canadian Folk Music Award Nomination! | September 11th 2015

cfmaOff The Floor has been nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award in the Instrumental Solo Artist of the Year category. Congrats, Wendy!