photo credit: Michael Pacitto

Fiddlehead Soup will be bringing their special blend of folk and acoustic music to Spencerville Mill, Ontario as part of the “Music at the Mill Series”. Perfectly suited to a summer night in a heritage building, Fiddlehead Soup features mother-and-daughter fiddlers Glenna Hunter and Ursa Meyer (who also play viola, ‘cello and piano) and Doug Hendry on 12 string guitar and cittern.

Having performed together since 2013, and with two tours of Canada under their belt to match their 2 CDs, this North Grenville-based band never fails to excite with their energetic and eclectic mix of music from the Isles, Scandinavia and beyond, as well as their own carefully crafted compositions.

Soaring harmonies sung in nine languages complementing a delightful stage banter that makes the audience feel part of the show, Fiddlehead Soup offers fresh and exciting music that is at once toe-tapping and thought-provoking.

They will be joined for this concert by percussionist Ja Sonier and vocalist Elizabeth McNally, two more ingredients to add even more flavour to the Soup!

The doors open at 6:30 pm and the concert will begin at 7:30 pm. Tickets are only $15 and can be purchased at the door or in advance through the Spencerville Mill website or at Spencerville’s Joe Computer, Home Hardware or at the mill itself.

More information about Fiddlehead Soup can be found by visiting http://fiddleheadsoup.com and more information about the music series can be found at http://www.spencervillemill.ca/music-at-the-mill.html

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