Beaton House Concert in Qualicum Beach

On Nov. 26, guitartist Yann Falquet and fiddler Pascal Gemme will be teaching a workshop and playing a house concert

The Beatons are holding another house concert this Saturday with two Québécois musicians.

On Nov. 26, guitartist Yann Falquet and fiddler Pascal Gemme will be teaching a workshop and playing a house concert at the Beatons household.

The workshops are at 4 p.m. and the concert is at 7:30 p.m.

For more info, email beatonqualicum@gmail.com.

The two started busking on the streets of Montreal 20 years ago, and since then they have performed in 20 countries.

Their album Princes et Habitants is nominated for the Traditional Album of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards.

For more information on the duo, visit their website.

— Submitted by Joyce Beaton

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