..."Musicians Cristina Pato, center, with Shane Shanahan, left, and Kojiro “Ko” Umezaki perform in Lame Deer in 2012. The musicains, who are part of the Silk Road Ensemble, renew their support for Lame Deer students when they return for a benefit show Sunday at the YAM..."
Cristina Pato just did a concert in Montana! I'm in Montana. I can't believe I totally missed this!
"...The two of them started working together, but then she put out word that she needed someone to play Spanish bagpipes – yes, there really is such a thing – and someone put her in touch with Juan Wijngaard and wife Sharon Berman, both “amazing world music folk musicians” who live in Corrales, Pressley said..."
Spanish Celtic band keeping the music alive in New Mexico!
"Havana, Apr 19 (Prensa Latina) The 26th Festival Huella de España ends in Cuba with works that illustrate the Galician roots in the Caribbean archipelago...The songwriter Andrés Suárez, who shared a concert with Cuban trova group Buena Fe, and one of the most virtuous Spanish bagpipes player, Cristina Pato, who performed at the national Museum of Fine Arts were some of the representatives from Galicia."
Awesome festival celebrating Cuba's connection to Galicia, Spain! So wish I could have been there. :)
Awesome news in gaita technology! *The basic translation is this: they have figure out a way to have your gaita switch between different keys without having to add additional parts, pieces or reeds for each key change. One gaita can do multiple keys!
If the mere mention of the word bagpipe causes your mind to wander off to the windswept Scottish Highlands, hang on! There's a group of passionate bagpipe campaigners on a quest to show there's more to the pipes than playing on the heath in a kilt.
International Bagpipe Day? Yep. It was yesterday, but just in case you missed it, Happy International Bagpipe Day!!!
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