Whistles, flute, guitar bring Celtic flavour

Victoria Folk Music Society presents Littlehouse

Victoria Folk Music Society presents Littlehouse after Open Stage at Norway House, 1110 Hillside Ave.

Based in southwestern Nova Scotia, Littlehouse is an acoustic duo specializing in original instrumental compositions with a Celtic flavour.

Charlie Wilson plays Irish flute and whistles, and Jude Pelley plays guitars, mandolin, and Appalachian dulcimer.  They have given concerts from Nova Scotia to B.C. and are touring this summer in support of their first CD.

Wilson has a background in music, theatre, and aerial dance; her other interests include Aikido and organic farming. Pelley has worked with the bluegrass band Exit 13 and Juno-winner Amelia Curran.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $5. Visit victoriafolkmusic.ca for more information.

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