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When: Dec 2, 2016 8pm in Watertown, MA

Andrea and Betty Lou Beaton : Cape Breton Dance/Concert

Cape Breton musicians Andrea Beaton accompanied by her mother, Betty Lou Beaton, bring their lively traditional tunes to the Canadian American Club for a Downeast style dance. Come learn the straightforward Mabou square set or simply sit and enjoy the music in the authentic atmosphere of the Canadian American Club. It's such a treat to have both of these remarkable representatives of the Cape Breton style! Andrea Beaton comes from a long line of musicians, composers and dancers. She is an award-winning fiddler, tune composer and recording artist who is known for her powerful bow and driving style. She tours and teaches internationally and is in great demand as a teacher at music camps and fiddling/dancing workshops. She has released 5 solo albums, one duo album with her father, Kinnon Beaton, and a book of her original tunes. she also recorded an album with her family "The Beaton family of Mabou" in 2007 for the Smithsonian Institute. Most of her solo albums were nominated for awards, and her 2010 CD, 'Branches,' won the Canadian East Coast Music Awards Instrumental Recording of the Year. On her most recent release 'With Betty & Dave' Andrea is accompanied on this lively traditional album by her mom, Betty (MacMaster) Beaton on piano and Dave MacIsaac on guitar- two of Cape Breton's most revered and tasteful musicians. Andrea travels the globe, sharing her culture as well as exploring and writing contemporary tunes. Her music, dance and comical stories are sure to delight any audience. Betty Lou Beaton began playing the piano at the age of five. Although she has a couple of years of piano training, all her Cape Breton piano playing is done by ear. At fourteen years of age, she started playing dances with her brother Buddy and has been accompanying fiddlers for dancers ever since. Betty has taught at the Ceilidh Trail School of Music in Inverside Cape Breton, at Fiddle Tunes in Port Townsend in Washington, USA, and Ceolas in South Uist, Scotland. She has played on numerous recordings including the Smithsonian Folkways recording "The Beaton Family of Mabou: Cape Breton Fiddle and Piano Music" and, most recently, her daughter Andrea's 2016 release "Andrea Beaton with Betty and Dave". Betty is most often paired with her husband, fiddler Kinnon Beaton, and the duo is always in demand to play for dances in Cape Breton.

When: Dec 3, 2016 8pm to Dec 3, 2016 11:30PMin Watertown, MA
Cost: 15 - 15 USD

Perkins Holiday Concerts

Light up the season with holiday music performed by Perkins students.You are invited to Perkins School for the Blind for festive Holiday Concerts on Sunday, December 4, at 3PM and Tuesday, December 6, at 7:30 PM. A first! The Perkins Orchestra will accompany the chorus as they sing a piece by Bach in German.The Perkins Student Chorus, Chamber Singers, Music Makers, Handbell Ensemble, Orchestra, and Vocal Soloists celebrate the season with these selections and more:• An African American spiritual, Standing In The Need of Prayer• A rendition of Willie Nelson's Pretty Paper, featuring lap steel guitar • A barbershop arrangement of It Came Upon The Midnight ClearThe concerts are free and wheelchair accessible. All are welcome to attend.

When: Dec 4, 2016 3pm to Dec 4, 2016 4:30PMin Watertown, MA

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About Watertown, MA
Watertown Massachusetts was founded in 1603 and was one of America's largest settlements in that time. Watertown quickly became an important center for trade, commerce and industry.

Watertown once served as the temporary seat of government during the Revolutionary War. Paul Revere, who once resided in Watertown actually printed the first money for the Province of Massachusetts here.

Canvas sails for the U.S.S. Constitution were woven here at the old Bemis Mills and the renowned Stanley Steamers and the black Crawford stoves were manufactured in Watertown. Just outside of Watertown Square on Mt. Auburn Street is where the first Star Market store was opened.

Watertown is strategically located just 6 miles northwest of Boston and has easy access to all major highways in eastern Massachusetts. Providing an extensive public transportation system that includes rail and bus lines which provide access to the Logan International Airport and the world.

On April 19, 2013 the whole world was watching Watertown, MA as the Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev was arrested after a day long manhunt that shut down the City of Boston and the surrounding towns while law enforcement went door to door searching for the suspect. It ended when a resident on Franklin Street reported that they found bloody evidence that the suspect was hiding in a boat parked in the back yard of the home.