Second To Last!

My dear friends of Celtic Music Night at St Andrew,

THANK YOU SO MUCH! All of your kind words and good thoughts have meant so much to me as I continue to prepare for the coming voyage across the country.
I regret that there is not more time to catch up with all of you individually before I go, but the time is fast approaching, and there is still so much going on in the mean time.
There is so much I want to say to everyone, but one thing especially to all is Thank you for your support! Y’all keep me going, and keep the music flourishing!
I hope you to see you all at some point over the next couple weeks, as Celtic Music Night concludes until sometime this summer when I shall return on tour…
But tonight would be an excellent chance!!….

TONIGHT! Tuesday, January 10th, 7pm
Glenfiddich fiddle champion, Rebecca Lomnicky, with David Brewer!
Just as Celtic Music Night began all those years ago with her as our first official featured guest, Rebecca Lomnicky returns to perform as the final official guest of this amazing run of music! This is sure to be a wonderful night of Scottish fiddle and pipe music for you to enjoy, and it is our hope that you will come and fill up with enough tunes to last you until we return to tour as a duo this summer! Rebecca will be performing solo Scottish fiddle tunes from her title winning performance at Blair Castle, as well as from her album the Call, and together we will be performing music from Turning Pages and Inspired, as well as other new tunes. Of course we will follow the presentation with free refreshments and an open Celtic Music Jam session, and if you are interested in a fiddle lesson with Rebecca, let me know because that just might be a possibility! Hope to see you there!
Your support for the coming great voyage across the nation in the form of attendance, donations, cd purchases, volunteering to help me, leads or contacts for gigs and people to visit or stay with are much appreciated!!! All David Brewer ‘Turning Pages’ & ‘Living Tradition’ cds on sale for $10 through January at Celtic Music Night!

And Tuesday, January 17th, 7pm — THE END
Final Celtic Music Night Farwell party, silent auction of unique memorabilia, and jam! I really hope to see you all here for a casual night raising the parting glass with stories, songs, and cheer until we meet again… Of course there will be free refreshments and an open Celtic Music Jam session!
Come One, Come All!


What: The final installment of Celtic Music Night & Royal Sendoff


Who: Bagpipe Player Extraordinaire, David Brewer AND Friends!


When: Tuesday evening, January 17, 2011, 7 pm


Where: St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 9850 Monroe Ave. Aptos, CA


Other Particulars: Silent Auction, and Gas Can Raffle


A silent auction is planned to thank David for all his hard work, dedication & enthusiasm over the years to make Celtic Music Night so special for young and old alike. Please bring a gift of any kind for the auction. Kids can bake or make gifts. Be as creative as you like. We would just like to give our special bagpiper a

Royal Sendoff ~~~

(with a wee something extra in his sporrAn.)


Contact: Anne Swedberg

But, a glimpse of the future is promising… coming soon, news about **Celtic Music Night Series recordings! **David Brewer Music Lessons anytime, anyplace via Skype online! **summer lessons and workshops and Celtic Music Nights! **Molly’s Revenge at Woodland Scottish Games April 28th & Topanga Fiddle Contest May 20th! **Rebecca Lomnicky, David Brewer, and surprise guest at Santa Cruz Scottish Renaissance Festival June 16th! Much more to come…keep you posted!!!

Check out all of the amazing Celtic events put on in the area by our wonderful partners who help make Music Night a success:

The Celtic Society of the Monterey Bay:
The Loch Lomond Celtic Society:
The Community Music School of Santa Cruz:
Saint Andrew Presbyterian Church:

Thank you all so much for your kind support and friendship over these last few years– truly.


Looking forward to seeing you all TUESDAY NIGHT! Much love y’all 🙂



David Brewer


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