Magical Strings in Nehalem on Dec. 29th

During this holiday season, bring your family to a “Celtic Yuletide” concert on Saturday, December 29th at 7:30 p.m. at the NCRD Performing Arts Center in Nehalem.

MAGICAL STRINGS centers around the Celtic harp and hammered dulcimer of Philip and Pam Boulding, at times augmented by violin, cello, pennywhistle, percussion and various instruments from around the world.

Over the years their sound has drawn a large and loyal following captivated by a combination of traditional Celtic arrangements, original compositions and subtle world music influences. Their virtuosity and expressive style have been described as “warm, graceful and sonically gorgeous” by the Washington Post. Their music and stories have the effect of holding an audience and opening their hearts to a forgotten world well-veiled by the bustle and trappings of modern life.

Practically a household name in the Northwest, the band features harp, hammered dulcimer, cello, and percussion as well as award winning Irish dancers. They have toured the U.S., Canada, Ireland and Japan, have performed on Prairie Home Companion and have been featured on CNN.

Reserved Seating – $18 + ticket fee.   General Admission – $13 + ticket fee.

At the Door – $17.75 + ticket fee.         Children under 12 are free!

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