The Scottish Fiddlers of Los Angeles
Tales of the Supernatural
Told Through Song, Story,
Music & Dance
the Disembodied have the Power
to Wander as it liketh Them
by Wizard, Oak & Fairy Stream."
18th C. Scottish Poet
This has been one crazy year!!! This year, 2020, would have been our 10 year anniversary of presenting "Samhain." We're not willing to go dark on this decade anniversary, so we will be presenting the show on line.
Music. Dance. Celtic tales of Horror! Join us, won't you? Take a journey through the world of Celtic song, dance, and the origin stories of the vampires, ghosts and other spirits of Halloween.
"Samhain, A Celtic Halloween" is a show with tales of fairies and otherworldly creatures from the Celtic Netherlands. A Halloween spectacle with high energy Irish dances, traditional and original tunes that will bewitch your feet and keep your toes a-tappin', forgotten love songs with a haunting lilt, and exciting dances, some which use real swords.
Samhain (pronounced sow-in) is the Celtic New Year. We know it as Halloween, and is where many of our Halloween customs come from. In "Samhain" you'll hear the tale of the original headless horseman, the origins of the Jack O' the Lantern, and more, along with feet stompin' songs and high kicking Irish dances.
You've been asking for it, and now we're proud to announce that CD and Tracks from the 2016 show are now on sale!!! Click HERE to purchase.
Scroll down for cast bios and photos.
Ken O'Malley with his lilting narration, also on vocals, guitar and mandolin.
Johnny McKenna commanding button accordion and vocals.
Padraic Conroy (Oct 27 only) with his delightful strains on guitar, flute and vocals.
Liam Lewis and his blazing hot fiddle and mandolin.
The siren vocals of Doreen Wiley.
Aedan MacDonnell and her enchanting harp strains, fast moving feet, and keyboards.
Rebecca Bauman drumming up the ghosts on cajon.
Michael Kelly running sound and the unexpected cameo.
The fancy feet of the Celtic Rhythms dancers with Mark Signagio and Marla Dumont.
Zac Leger playing pretty much anything he can get his hands on.
Brittany Ramsey and her high-kicking Irish dance
Eric Peterson on vocals, guitar, mandolin & banjo