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Event Archive - Highlands Music Coffee House will be presenting: The Eccleston trio

Sun. March 10th 2013 7:30 - 10:00 doors at 7:00 Caleb Pike House (All Ages) 7:30 - 10:00 doors at 7:00
$5.00 (under age 15 free) at the door only.
"Kelt Eccleston" ----- Kelt joined the Story Theatre Company, and collaborated with them for seven years, creating scripts and composing music for their touring shows, as well as being a featured performer.

Together with the band, The Ecclestons, Kelt record four CDs, containing original songs and unique arrangements of traditional Celtic music and Celtic arrangements of popular tunes. One of these arrangements, a Celtic version of ‘Staying Alive’, earned a place on the popular CBC Radio show, ‘Madly off in All Directions’. Kelt enjoyed regular airplay on CBC and many other radio stations, and toured throughout North America for ten years. In between tours, Kelt turned from stage to film, where he composed several independent film scores, acted in numerous feature films, and guest starred on TV shows such as Cold Squad and Hollywood Off-Ramp.

As a musician, Kelt is a unique and prolific songwriter. He is comfortable with practically any genre of music, and writes Blues, Ska, Reggae, punk, country, pop and Rock with a thorough understanding of each.
He is a singer and multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, penny whistle, bass, piano, and assorted percussion.


"Rose Birney" ----- Rose trained with long-time Victoria Brass and Woodwind repair technician Dave Rowse, at Dave Rowse Woodwind and Brass Repair from 1992 until opening her own shop in 2001.

Rose has an Associate of Arts in Fine Arts and also a Diploma in Radio Broadcasting from BCIT and worked in radio prior to becoming a repair technician.

Rose is also active in two Victoria bands: Four on the Floor with Overdrive and The Chattering Class, both singing and plying mandolin, guitar, bass and harmonica. Rose has been a two-time songwriting delegate to the BC Festival of the Arts and, as well as repairing brass instruments, gives mandolin lessons.


"Mark Hellman" ---- Mark and his vintage Gibson guitar have been entertaining people around North America since 1977. His career in the performing arts spans three decades and many disciplines: actor, musician, composer, dancer, puppeteer, director, teacher, and independent producer, to name a few.
Recent credits include: Good Timber (Other Guys Theatre),The Life Inside (Belfry Theatre), Countryside Xmas (Chemainus Theatre), Tracks of the Troubadour (Story Theatre), and Sagas of the Salty Seas (Story Theatre).
He currently teaches Voice and Speech at the Victoria Academy of Dramatic Arts.

You can find more about them by going to their website: <http://keltecclestontrio.webs.com/band-bios>
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