BATH – A concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, in the Bath City Hall auditorium on Front Street will feature yuletide songs and dance tunes from the old and new worlds.

It will feature Julia Lane on Celtic harp, Tamora Goltz on fiddle and Sharon Pyne, wooden flute.

Goltz is known for her fine fiddling throughout the midcoast region. She frequently plays at contra dances and other events with her husband, David Stimson, and their son, Abraham.

Lane came to the Celtic harp through her lifelong love affair with the ancient music of the British Isles. Also an accomplished vocalist, she has won several international competitions.

Pyne began playing traditional-style flute and the tin whistle while traveling in Ireland. She has since played with some outstanding Irish musicians in this country at festivals, folk clubs and concerts. A preschool teacher, she currently provides creative music workshops for children in the Bath-Brunswick area.

The suggested donation for the concert $8 for adults and $4 for children. Refreshments will be available. For more information, people can call (207) 443-5411 or e-mail [email protected]

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