Mary Jane Lamond, widely regarded and respected as the guardian of traditional Gaelic music in Canada will bring her wonderful music to the Capitol Theatre on Wednesday, February 22nd (8:00 PM). This concert is a part of the World Trad Festival.

Tickets are available for $22.50 (or package for all Festival tickets is $100) at The Capitol Theatre Box Office, 811 Main Street Moncton, NB Tel: (506) 856-4379 Toll Free 1-800-567-1922, email: [email protected]

Mary Jane is nominated for Female Artist of the Year and Roots / Traditional Artist of the Year at this year’s ECMAs for her latest recording, Storas. The awards will be handed out at the 2006 East Coast Music Awards on Monday, February 27th at 8:00PM (8:30PM NT). She is also nominated for an Indie Award in Favourite World Artist/Group category taking place on March 1st, during Canadian Music Week.

Mary Jane has miles to go until she returns to her part of the world though since before the concert she will travel to Glasgow to give a concert and workshops for the Scottish Arts Council. Then she is off to Austin, Texas to participate in a series of showcases during the prestigious North American Folk Alliance.

In December Mary Jane gave an extraordinarily emotional concert at the Glenn Gould Studio, with Kiran Ahluwalia (East Meets East), that united two very distinct Eastern cultures. These two new musical friends then delighted a full house with a spirited performance during the first annual Canadian Folk Music Awards at the Museum of Civilization in Ottawa.

“Singer Mary Jane Lamond arranges the traditional Gaelic songs of Cape Breton with flair and reverence. .it’s the most eclectically arranged album Lamond has made to date and every bit as appealing as her glorious, groundbreaking Làn Dùil.”
Penguin Eggs

“Lamond continues to impress. .remains the most innovative and exciting Celtic artist.”
New Brunswick Reader

“Mary Jane Lamond offers a new musical treasure. The Gaelic word for “treasure”, Storas features hypnotic vocals, heartfelt Lamond breathes new life into the Scottish Gaelic songs.”
Cape Breton Post

“Lamond’s voice is pure and clear, infused with a stream of life experience that gives character to every song. .one of the best known Gaelic singers in the world, putting beautiful contemporary arrangements to the ancient traditional songs of Cape Breton.”
Halifax Daily News