Sing Together

Sing-Together-FamilyJoin family and friends in a special series celebrating the joy of music and singing together in these spirited sessions with musicians Beth and Jim Magill. All skill levels are welcome; no experience required. Take some time out to create community, make new friends and spend valuable time with your loved ones.


$10 adults/$8 children 12 and under/children 2 and under free
For more information or to sign up please call the box office at 828-257-4530.


Upcoming 2014/2015 Sing Together Dates


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Songs of the '60s

Friday, October 10, 2014 • 6:30 PM

Winter Songs

Friday, December 12, 2014 • 6:30PM

Freedom Songs & Spirituals
w/guest artist Becky Stone

Friday, February 13, 2015 • 6:30 PM

Carl Sandburg's American Songbag

Friday, April 17, 2015 • 6:30 PM




Beth-Magill

Beth Magill

Beth Magill is a professional flute and tin whistle musician, playing mostly Celtic/light classical music, with various musicians & bands, including The Magills & Southwind. She is an active session musician, teaches tin whistle to adults and children,  has appeared on numerous recordings and NPR's Mountain Stage, and believing everyone is musical, offers workshops that empower people to be their naturally musical selves.

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Jim Magill

Jim is an award-winning songwriter and instrumentalist on guitar, cittern and mandolin. He is the founding Director of the Swannanoa Gathering Folk Arts Workshops at Warren Wilson College, and in 1994, was awarded the first Fellowship in Songwriting and Composition from the North Carolina Arts Council.

For more information:
www.magills.net
/ www.bethmagill.com.


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