Celtic Music & Dancing Night: Traditional and Modern
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Celtic Wednesdays at Angelicas have expired.
The last date listed for Celtic Wednesdays at Angelicas was Wednesday January 8, 2014 / 8:00pm (Seating at Various Times) (David Brewer & Rebecca Lominicky).
Currently at Angelicas:
- Full Price:
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Bay Area jazz legend Pete Escovedo comes to Angelicas with his sextet, which includes his son Juan, smooth jazz guitarist Ray Obiedo and Bay Area artists Bob Karty, David Belove and Phil Hawkins. The master percussionist's music seamlessly flows among Latin jazz, salsa, funk and R&B styles. In addition to his many years as a bandleader, Pete also spent three years as a member of the group Santana, and is the father of pop star Sheila E. Pete Escovedo has long been a fixture of the San Francisco music scene, and is known as the patriarch of a talented musical family. He gained attention on the national scene in 2002 when he appeared on the PBS special Austin City Limits. Learn More
January 8, 2014: David Brewer & Rebecca Lominicky
In the words of Calum MacKinnon, “It is evident from her playing ... that Rebecca has listened hard to and absorbed the techniques of some of the greatest fiddlers alive today including Alasdair Fraser and Natalie MacMaster who are two of her heroes. But amazingly for someone so young, she has also developed her own style.” David Brewer is a founding member of the popular West Coast Celtic band Molly's Revenge, which was voted Best Band of 2005 at the Live Oak Music Festival in Santa Ynez, California and has performed nationally and internationally with highlight appearances at the Chicago Irish Festival, the University of Hawaii Concert Series, the Ballarat Federation Tattoo in Australia, the Tamar Valley Folk Festival in Tasmania, twice at the Shanghai International Music Festival in China and most recently in 2009 at Celtic Connections in Glasgow, Scotland. This Scottish Fiddle/Bagpipe concert features a special "Highland Dancer" guest.