Scottish Gaelic Diaspora

REGION 7: Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe 6 Milltown Rd, Singhampton, ON Singhampton Community Centre
19 Oct. 2024
25.00
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Don't miss the Scottish Gaelic Diaspora! Celebrating 10 years of Small Halls. Experience the very best of rural living, contemporary art, live music, culinary delights and family-friendly activities at the Small Halls Festival Series in Clearview Township. An award-winning Festival welcoming visitors to celebrate our community between September and November.

Uniting her passions for music and history, Camryn Ruthven explores the Gaelic lineage in this presentation, The Scottish Gaelic Diaspora: Healing Through Reclamation, unearthing our local Grey-Bruce Gàidhlig heritage through story and song to honour the ancient ways in this modern era. What is Diaspora? The dispersion of people from their original homeland. 

All ages event | Cash Bar and Food available. 

No ATM on-site. Please bring cash. 

About Camryn Ruthven:

Uniting her passions for music and history, Camryn (she/her) explores the Gaelic lineage through song, reclaiming the Scottish traditions of her ancestors and tending to their embers to honour the ancient ways through this modern-era. She believes that it is critical that we work towards decolonizing ourselves and reclaiming the ancestral teachings within our lineages so that we might become aligned allies for harmonious cross-cultural connections, collective healing, and sustainable ways of life. Language and music, as living cultural traditions, have the power to carry these teachings and share their resonant power with others. Camryn weaves the medicines of earth-centredness and Gàidhlig traditions into her own creative tapestry through poetry, song-writing, vocal improvisation, and instrumentation (primarily piano/guitar/bodhrán). Her distinctive vocal style draws its inspirations from the raw, highly-ornamented, earthy qualities of waulking songs, as well as the influences of Gàidhlig musicians such as Griogair Labhruidh and Kathleen MacInnes

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