Jan. 23: Eh?! at York University, Accolade East, 12:30 p.m.
Jan. 23: Eh?! at the Tranzac, 10:00 p.m.
Feb. 2: With Njacko Backo, Unitarian Church, 79 Hiawatha Road. A special Concert for Black History Month. 2 p.m.
Feb. 9th: World FIddle Day Prtactice Sessions begin! See webiste for details: www.worldfiddledaytoronto.wordpress.com
Feb. 22: With Njacko Backo, FESTIV’ÉBÈNE 2014 in Welland, Holy Trinity Church, 119 Division St.For tickets and info, Call 905-341-0564.
Feb. 19-20: MAriposa in the Schools. Dance workshops in Chatham ONtario with Bill Russell and Ian Bell.
Feb. 27: With Ian Bell. Goodbye King Coal. A special celebration in the lobby of Koerner Hall, sponsored by the ONtario Clean Air Alliance and Power Steam. Free but pre-registration required. Contact: www.cleanairalliance.org
March 16: The Unicorn, Eglington st, TOronto. A spedial St. Patrick's Day party for MPP Caroly Bennett. With October Browne
March 8: The Real St. Patrick, Midland ON. With Eugene Rea and NOnie Crete. Contact:
March 17: The Real St. Patrick, Kitchener, ON
March 23: Common Thread 15th Anniversary Celebration from 1 to 5:30 pm, St. Christopher House, Stan Meek Community Hall, 248 Ossington Avenue (at Dundas), $20 adv/$25 door
April 17: Wee Folk Club, the Dominion Tavern, Queen St. Toronto. Solo gig.
April 23: Members of Black Creek Pioneer VIllage. A special celebration. With Ian Bell and TOm Leighton
April 26: With Jeanette Arsenault, Tom Leighton and Fraser Hardman, Belleville ONtario.
May 17: WORLD FIDDLE DAY at Harbourfront!!! 2 - 5 p.m. All fiddlers welcome. For rpertoire and Practice Schedule, see www.worldfiddledaytoronto.wordpress.com
June 6: Muddy York, Ontario History Society, Burwash Hall,Toronto
July 14-18: Oakville Celtic Fiddle Camp.
Aug. 3 - 9: Swannanoa Traditional Music Camp, North Carolina
Friday, Feb. 22: CD Release with Njacko Backo and Kalimba Kalimba, at the Gladstone, Toronto.
Saturday, March 2: Common Thread Benefit Concert, Cecil St. Community Centre, TOronto.
Saturday, April 20th: Eh?! at Donway Covenant United Church, 230 The Donway W., Toronto. 7:30 p.m. $20 adults, $12 youth and seniors. For tickets, contact: Jaren McLeod/ Donway Covenant United Church, 416-444-8444.
Friday, May 10: Eh?! in Cambridge. Folk at the Cafe, sponsored by the Millrace Folk Society.The Galt Room, 2nd Floor, Café 13, 13 Main Street, Cambridge, Ontario. Admission $15. For tickets: email@example.com, 519-621=7135
Saturday, May 11: Eh?! at the An Evening for Bazou, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, 8:30 p.m. Njacko Backo & Valery Woloshyn travelled to Bazou, Cameroon, in January 2009 and visited École Saint Albert Le Grand, the school that Njacko attended as a child. During the visit the couple was inspired to help improve the education in the community. This is a 5 year project to make improvements to the school infrastructure.
Saturday, May 18: World Fiddle Day Toronto 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. All welcome. Come play, come listen as we play our way around the world. Players can access sheet music and mp3s here or by contacting Anne.
Saturday, May 25: Common Thread Chorus annual Concerts. Al Green Theatre, Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre. 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 30th: Eh?! at Musideum, Toronto's premier world music intimate concert space, 401 Richmond W., Suite 133, Toronto, ON. Admission $20. For tickets: (416) 599-7323 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, June 1: Eh?! at Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne St.Hamilton Ontario. 8:00 p.m. $12 Advance,$15 at the door.
Sunday June 2: Eh?! at a house concert in Owen Sound. Contact Will Henry at email@example.com.
Friday, June 14: Remembering Stan Rogers, with Paul Mills, Jack Cole, Brad Nelson and Dan Patterson. The Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas St. E., London. 8:00 p.m. $20 Adv, $25 door. Tickets contact.
Saturday, June 15: Remembering Stan Rogers. The Registry Theatre, 122 Frederick St, Kitchener. 8:00 p.m.
$18 adv, $20 door. Tickets contact.
July 1: Eh?! at the McMichael Art Gallery, Kleinberg, Ontario. 1:30 p.m.
July 6/7: Afrofest, Toronto, with Njacko Backo.
July 15 - 19: Teaching Fiddle at the Oakville Celtic Orchestra Summer Camp.
Sept. 8 - With Njacko Backo, as part of the 5TH ANNUAL ASHIKO WORLD MUSIC FESTIVAL
A multi-cultural music & dance festival, Downtown Orillia (Saturday) and Leacock Museum Grounds (Sunday).Weekend passport: $20 / Children under 12 free. Click here for more info.
Sept. 14: Contra Dance with Tom Leighton, St. Barnabus Church, Toronto. See here for more details.
Sept. 20: Stan Rogers show, Brampton. With Paul Mills, Jacko Cole, Brad Nelson and Dan Patterson.
Sept. 26: Eh?! at the Weeds. House concert in TOronto. Contact Anne for more details.
Sept. 27 - 29: Anne's Great Canadian FIddle Camp, with James Stephens and Emilyn Stam, Unicamp, Honeywood, Ontario. FOr Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced adult fiddlers. Contact Anne for more details.
Oct. 4: Stan Rogers show, Orillia. With Paul Mills, Jacko Cole, Brad Nelson and Dan Patterson.
Oct. 25: Blankets on the Floor. Special Storytelling/Fiddling event with Norman Fleury at the Royal Botannical Gardens, sponsored by the Metis Women's Circle.
Nov. 7: Muddy York at the Ontario Museum Assocaiton Special Awards Dinner, markham, Museum.
Nov. 9: Kitchen Party at Alliance Francaise, Toronto. With Ariko.
Saturday, Nov. 16: Anne Lederman and Ian Bell at Legless Stocking, with storyteller Lorne Browne.Butler's Pantry,591 Markham St., Toronto. Tickets $22. Contact: www.storytellingtoronto.org
Sat., Nov. 23: Toussaint: Tradiitons of the Dark Months. A night of stories and music from Brittany, with storyteller Bruce Carmody and fiddler Anne Lederman. Montgomery's Inn, Toronto. For Registration and Info, contact: www.danceweavers.ca/toussaint.html
Sunday, Nov. 24: Anne and Ian do a rare house concert in Sudbury. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
Dec. 22: Tamarack'er Down and Scratchy Cat, Anne's two student ensembles will perform a free concert at Howard Park Emmanuel Church in the afternoon, details TBA, and will continue on to the Tranzac Seasonal Celebration in the evening.
Jan. 11: Gord's Birhthday at the Dam Pub. Special sesson featuring Shane Cook, Brian Pickell, Anne Lederman and drop-in guest, Andrea Beaton.
Jan. 17: Anne is the Featured Artist at ACousitc Tuesdays at the MOnarch Pub, Delta Hotel, Toronto
Jan. 21: The Great Canadian Songbook - 200 years of Canadian songs in Cree, Gaelic, French, English, Yiddish and Ukrainian. A special Workshop for the COmmon Thread CHorus.
Feb. 23: Anne with Njacko Backo and Kalimba Kalimba at the Gladstone Art Bar, 9:00 p.m.
March 3: Workshops and Concert at the Dam Pub, Thornbury. With Emilyn Stam. Piano (Emilyn) and Fiddle (Anne) Workshops, 3-5 p.m., $20. COncert, 8:00 p.m., $15. Please contact Gord at the Dam Pub for Reservations for both workshops and concert. Seating is limited, so book early. email@example.com.
March 10: Kitchen Table Music Festival, Church of the Holy Trinity in Toronto, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. A wonderful day of music featuring workshops with ALan Gasser (world vocals) Tom Leighton (Piano/accordion,hand percussion, accompanying and arranging) and Anne Lederman (bowed instrument ensemble). COST: $80. FOr more info and Registration, Cntact: Jim Dolmage 416 531-2618, firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 17: The Real St. Patrick. A Concert at Dublin Church, 68 Suffolk St., Guelph Ontario.Admission $20 (under 18 - $15). Proceeds to the CHildren's Foundation. Feauring Nonie Crete, Eugene Rea, Anne Lederman, David Woodhead,Gary Kreller and more. For tickets, contact Michael O'Connell at 519 400 8777.
March 24: Common Thread Chorus Benefit Concert, Cecil St. COmmunity Centre, featuring Anne Lederman and Ian Bell. For more info: commonthreadchorus.ca/
March 29th: The Toronto Storytelling Festival: Celebrating Canadian Idientity. Kick-off event at the Centre of Social Innovation, 720 Bathurst St., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Muddy YOrk with storyteller Lorne Brown.
March 31: Echo CHoir Benefit Concert, Church of the Holy Trinity, Featuring Anne, Njacko Backo, CHris Rawlings and many other guest performers.For more info, watch this space.
April 1: Great Canadian FIddle Jam at the Gladstone Art bar. 2 - 5 p.m. See Feb. 5
April 15 - April 29th: HOme Routes Tour of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, with Emilyn Stam. 13 Concerts in 15 days. For more info on attending any of these concerts, contact Anne.
May 2: The 5th Annual Fiddlehead Culinary Competition, a Benefit for Sick Kids Foundation, Sopra Upper Lounge, 264 Davenport ROad, Toronto, 6:30 p.m.
May 6: Great Canadian FIddle Jam.
May 26: Common Thread, Final COncert, featuring Anne Lederman and Ian Bell (Muddy York). St. Simon's Anglican CHurch. Two Shows: 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. For more info: click here
May 27: Doors Open Toronto. Muddy York at Fort York , with Ian Bell and Jeff Bird. 1:00 a.m. to 4:15.
May 28 - June 1: Fiddles in Fort Hope - an ArtsCan initiative
June 5- 7: Elder Youh Project School gigs in Algoma, with Ruby John, Alicia Blore
June 13: 2:00 p.m. Special Presentation on Aborginal fiddling in Canada. Toronto Public Library, Spadine Road Branch.
June 13 -Martin van de Ven, Brian Katz and Anne Lederman have teamed up to perform music from the traditional Klezmer repertoire. Mezzetta Cafe Restaurant, 681 St Clair Ave W. $10 cover, reservations for the first set are recomended (416) 658 5687 Sets at 9 and 10:15 pm.
June 15 - 8:00 p.m. Muddy York at the Sharon Temple, with Anne Lederman, Ian Bell and Pat O'Gorman. A special Bi-centennial celebration in one of the most beautiful music venues n the province. See www.sharontemple.ca for details.
July 17: Muddy YOrk Mash-up at Fort York. Part of a weekend of activities to kick off the Bicentennial of 1812. 4:00 at the Fort, featuring Anne LEderman, Ian Bell, Subhadra Vijaykumar, Njacko Backo, Dennis Rondeau, Tom Leighton and Pat O'GOrman.
July 5: Fiddlers and Firebrands: Muddy York at the Music Garden. 7 p.m., with Anne, Ian,. Dennis Rondeau. Pat O'Gorman and TOm Leighton
July 6 - 8: Mariposa Folk Festival with Muddy York. Anne with Ian Bell, Tom Leighton, Pat O'Gorman and Dennis Rondeau.
Aug. 11: Saugeen Metis Festival, Southampton, Ontario. With Joe Philips.
Sept. 21-23 – Anne's Great Canadian Fiddle camp. I am running a small adult weekend camp (20-25 peope at most) for the 2nd year at Unicamp, near Honeywood Ontario, beautiful space, great food, wonderful music. This year, I will be joined by James Stephens as instructor and hope to expand to include both an Intermediate and an Advanced group--anyone with at least a couple of years experience. COst is $250, all is, with food, accommodation, jams, concerts, a dance and classes with both instructors. Contact Anne for Registration.
Sept. 27 – EH?! at the Gladstone Melody Bar. Come hear hte band at the first concert ofour Fall tour. James Stephens, Emilyn Stam and Anne. 8:00 start. $10 cover.
Sept. 29 – Eh?! House concert, Markdale, ONtario. Click here for details.
Oct. 12/13 – Eh?! is doing an Official Showcase at the Ontario Council of Folk Festivals Conference, Mississauga ONtario. See the OCFF website for details.
Oct. 19/20 – Eh?! in Perth. Friday night concert, special day of workshops with the Perth Fiddlers, Saturday. Watch this space for details.
March 4 - 7: Winter Folk Camp. Haliburton Folk Society, with David Archibald, David Woodhead, Suzie Vinnick, Eve Goldberg, and Georgette Fry. Wanakita Ontario. Currently Registering.
March 10 - 13: Muddy York in Algoma. With Julie Schryer, Pat O'Gorman, Zach and Benoit Lefevre.
April 7/8: Muddy York at Spring Thaw, Toronto. See http://ieee.uwaterloo.ca/~tcd/ for more details.
June 17th: Oli's Birthday bash at Hugh's Room. 8:30 p.m. with a cast of thousands.
July 9/10: EH?! at the Mariposa Folk Festival, Orillia, Ontario
Aug. 4 - 7: Eh?! at Lunenberg Folk Harbour Festival
Sept. 11: Muddy York at the Cuckoo's Nest, London Ontario.
Sept. 23-25: Anne's Fiddle Camp. A fun time for all.
Nov. 7 - 13 The Eh?! Tour. Gladstone Hotel, Artword Artbar, Leith, Perth, and the 35th Anniversary of the Ottawa Folklore Centre, Mayfair Theatre, Ottawa.
Nov. 17: A Muddy York Extravaganza. The official Cd Release Concert for the re-mastered 1984 recording, now on CD for the first time. In the Gladstone ballroom, 1214 Queen St. West. Admission: $20 at the door. With many special guests, including Subhadra Vijaykumar (Carnatic violin), Debashis Sinha (percussion), Pat O'Gorman (bagpipes, Irish flute/whistle), Njacko Backo (kalimba), Daryl Williams (steel pan), Laura Smith (vocals), Jeff Bird (bass) and TOm Leighton (piano/accordion).
Jan. 23: Guest soloist with the Stratford Symphony, World Premiere of Tamarack'er Down, by Anne Lederman, .orchestrated by Martin Van de Ven
May 6- 9: Frontier Fiddlers Jamboree, Norway House, Manitoba
June 11: 8 - 10 p.m. Concert: Room 100, Alumni Hall, 121 St. Joseph Street. With James Cheechoo and family. Sponsored by U. of T. Celtic Studies programme as part of the conference: Irish and Scots Encounters with Indigenous Peoples. See http://arts.uoguelph.ca/riiss/program for more details. $20.
July 9-10: Northern Lights Festival Boreal, Sudbury Ontario. With Njacko Backo
July 14 - 18th: North Atlantic Fiddle Convention, Aberdeen, Scotland. Solo performances and with the Omeigweissi Ensemble.
July 20: Leith Folk Club, Edinburgh, Scotland.
September 2 - 8: Fiddle Festival of Wales,Workshop and COncert sponsored by the Lakeland Fiddles, England.
Nov. 12/13: House Band, Stan Rogers Tribute, Hugh's Room, Toronto, with Connie Kalder, Steve Ritchie, Al Parrish, Ariel, Beth and Nathan Rogers, Paul Mills, Trevor MIlls and Tom Leighton.