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Old Triangle Halifax Nova Scotia

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Gig Calendar

Shown below is the upcoming entertainment at The Old Triangle Irish Alehouse in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Whilst we try to keep the musicians calendar as accurate as possible, some acts may be altered at short notice due to scheduling conflicts.

If you have any questions please contact us at  halifax@oldtriangle.com.

Oct
16
Tue
Open Sesuin with Glenn Coolen & Colin Carrigan
Oct 16 @ 7:30 pm

This is a traditional Irish Seisun, where traditional players come together to entertain themselves and others. Presented weekly by Propeller Brewing Company, we invite you to join Glenn & Colin and their friends for a great night of tunes. And you never know who might drop by to sit in! Trad players are welcome!

Quiz Night in the Seanchai
Oct 16 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Join QuizMaestro Brian MacKay as he tests your knowledge on current events and other topics at The Old T Quiz Night. Sponsored by Propeller Brewing.

With sweet prizes and drink specials that run from 8pm until 11pm, the bar fills up quickly with groups of friends forming their teams. DOn’t worry if you’re late, we have three rounds, and three chances to win! Special Pricing on Propeller Products from 8-11pm. 

Pints : $6.00
1/2 Pints: $4.00


How the game works:

– The evening is directed by our illustrious trivia host. He explains everything before things get going so the show runs smoothly.

– You can form a group and play as a team or you can fly solo and keep all the glory for yourself.

– Pick up an answer sheet and a writing tool from the front of the room.

– There are three rounds.

– Each round consists of twenty questions.

– At the end of each round you submit your answer sheet. The answers are assessed and a winner is announced.

– If you find that you haven’t won in a while, it might be time to order another round for the team.

Oct
17
Wed
Roger Stone
Oct 17 @ 8:00 pm

Roger Stone is an accomplished Cape Breton musician, born and raised in Richmond County. Currently a member of the long-established and much loved Nova Scotian band McGinty, Roger also enjoys a busy solo career and plays with a variety of other notable musicians.

Known for his folk and traditional style of music, Roger has been a passionate teacher of banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass, percussion and voice for almost thirty years. He has been a contributing force and inspiration to the musical careers of well-known artists and his many students and his song writing skill is well known whether writing his own original material or in collaboration with others.

RStoneRoger’s latest album, Old Friend, was released last summer. Currently he’s working with the band on an album celebrating McGinty’s 40th anniversary.

Oct
18
Thu
McGinty
Oct 18 @ 8:30 pm

Since the group’s inception in 1977 McGinty has been a mainstay on the East Coast music scene. As Ambassadors for Nova Scotia music and good-times, they have performed all over the world and shared the stage with the likes of John Prine, Liam Clancy and The Chieftans. McGinty have a way of making the smallest pub feel like a concert or the largest festival feel like a kitchen party!44North-cover

Oct
19
Fri
Dave Goyetche
Oct 19 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Dave Goyetche is a well-known musical entity around Nova Scotia. In fact, on one night you may see him on his acoustic guitar in a one-man show or with his friend, Rob Filek, on percussion. Then on the next night he could be part of a rollicking group known as Blueberry Grunt, firing off Irish and maritime favorites as if he was part of a very large kitchen party. This well-rounded musical journey began at the age of four and he began playing seriously since the age of seven, balanced with doses of country music, rock n’ roll, Motown soul and funk How did he get so balanced in musical tastes? It began with his father who dad led bands in the 50’s to 70’s. The rehearsal hall was very close, the basement in the family home. Out of this immersion in various musical forms Dave became a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitars, bass, drums, piano, and more recently the Dobro,lap steel and mandolin.

Dave has been performing in one form or another, throughout the Maritimes for close to 40 years. Dave is someone we have known since way back; actually since our days at Prince Andrew High School in Dartmouth in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Dave loves to entertain, playing multiple instruments including, bass, guitar, dobro, lap steel, mandolin and piano. davegoyetche-150x256

McGinty
Oct 19 @ 9:00 pm

Since the group’s inception in 1977 McGinty has been a mainstay on the East Coast music scene. As Ambassadors for Nova Scotia music and good-times, they have performed all over the world and shared the stage with the likes of John Prine, Liam Clancy and The Chieftans. McGinty have a way of making the smallest pub feel like a concert or the largest festival feel like a kitchen party!44North-cover

Oct
20
Sat
Gordon Tucker
Oct 20 @ 5:00 pm

Versatile musician/vocalist having worked in the Nova Scotia music industry for many years. Playing solo and with several groups featuring folk, blues, rock& roll, trad. fiddle music and Maritime songs. Some of the groups & artists include: Fiddles & Feet; the Berry Hill Band; Garrett Mason; Barry Cooke; Laura Watson; Doris Mason; John Campbell john; Tim Bowers

McGinty
Oct 20 @ 9:00 pm

Since the group’s inception in 1977 McGinty has been a mainstay on the East Coast music scene. As Ambassadors for Nova Scotia music and good-times, they have performed all over the world and shared the stage with the likes of John Prine, Liam Clancy and The Chieftans. McGinty have a way of making the smallest pub feel like a concert or the largest festival feel like a kitchen party!44North-cover

Oct
21
Sun
Open Session & Irish Set Dancing
Oct 21 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Easter 2003Join the dancers of Scalp na Cleiti (Toss the Feathers) every Sunday afternoon from 2-4pm as they demonstrate traditional Irish Dancing. Live music to dance is provided by fiddler Kevin Roach and friends.
For more information on our dancers please visit Scalp na Cleiti for more information!

 

Mike Forbes
Oct 21 @ 7:00 pm

Celtic folk singer, songwriter Michael Forbes performs a  show of classic Irish tunes on acoustic guitar, along with a guest bass player.

Oct
22
Mon
Dave MacIsaac & Louis Benoit
Oct 22 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

A fixture of the Halifax music scene, Dave & Louis are virtuosos of fiddle & guitar. They provide us with a weekly taste of Celtic instrumental music at its best.

Dave and Louis

Oct
23
Tue
Open Sesuin with Glenn Coolen & Colin Carrigan
Oct 23 @ 7:30 pm

This is a traditional Irish Seisun, where traditional players come together to entertain themselves and others. Presented weekly by Propeller Brewing Company, we invite you to join Glenn & Colin and their friends for a great night of tunes. And you never know who might drop by to sit in! Trad players are welcome!

Quiz Night in the Seanchai
Oct 23 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Join QuizMaestro Brian MacKay as he tests your knowledge on current events and other topics at The Old T Quiz Night. Sponsored by Propeller Brewing.

With sweet prizes and drink specials that run from 8pm until 11pm, the bar fills up quickly with groups of friends forming their teams. DOn’t worry if you’re late, we have three rounds, and three chances to win! Special Pricing on Propeller Products from 8-11pm. 

Pints : $6.00
1/2 Pints: $4.00


How the game works:

– The evening is directed by our illustrious trivia host. He explains everything before things get going so the show runs smoothly.

– You can form a group and play as a team or you can fly solo and keep all the glory for yourself.

– Pick up an answer sheet and a writing tool from the front of the room.

– There are three rounds.

– Each round consists of twenty questions.

– At the end of each round you submit your answer sheet. The answers are assessed and a winner is announced.

– If you find that you haven’t won in a while, it might be time to order another round for the team.

Oct
24
Wed
Roger Stone & Anthony Rissesco
Oct 24 @ 8:30 pm

Roger Stone is an accomplished Cape Breton musician, born and raised in Richmond County. Currently a member of the long-established and much loved Nova Scotian band McGinty, Roger also enjoys a busy solo career and plays with a variety of other notable musicians. Known for his folk and traditional style of music, Roger has been a passionate teacher of banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass, percussion and voice for almost thirty years. He has been a contributing force and inspiration to the musical careers of well-known artists and his many students and his song writing skill is well known whether writing his own original material or in collaboration with others. Roger’s latest album, Old Friend, was released last summer. Currently he’s working with the band on an album celebrating McGinty’s 40th anniversary.

Anthony Rissesco is a versatile violin player and teacher who tours regularly with award-winning singer-songwriter Lennie Gallant and with roots-rock band Pogey. As a member of the neo-traditional trio Papilio, Anthony has garnered ECMA and Nova Scotia Music Awards nominations. He is also a member of the popular Halifax band The Gig Dogs. Anthony has played with Symphony Nova Scotia, Anne Murray, and Peggy Seeger.
As a music student at Dalhousie University, Anthony studied classical violin under Phillippe Djokic. He has won fiddle competitions throughout Canada, including the Maritime Fiddle Championship. In 1990, he came third in the Canadian Open in Shelburne Ontario, and he was chosen to represent Nova Scotia at the Grand Masters Competition in Ottawa for six consecutive years. IMG_5381RStone14329928_544168229105344_7865898987736703190_n

Oct
25
Thu
Roger Stone & Anthony Rissesco
Oct 25 @ 8:30 pm

Roger Stone is an accomplished Cape Breton musician, born and raised in Richmond County. Currently a member of the long-established and much loved Nova Scotian band McGinty, Roger also enjoys a busy solo career and plays with a variety of other notable musicians. Known for his folk and traditional style of music, Roger has been a passionate teacher of banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass, percussion and voice for almost thirty years. He has been a contributing force and inspiration to the musical careers of well-known artists and his many students and his song writing skill is well known whether writing his own original material or in collaboration with others. Roger’s latest album, Old Friend, was released last summer. Currently he’s working with the band on an album celebrating McGinty’s 40th anniversary.

Anthony Rissesco is a versatile violin player and teacher who tours regularly with award-winning singer-songwriter Lennie Gallant and with roots-rock band Pogey. As a member of the neo-traditional trio Papilio, Anthony has garnered ECMA and Nova Scotia Music Awards nominations. He is also a member of the popular Halifax band The Gig Dogs. Anthony has played with Symphony Nova Scotia, Anne Murray, and Peggy Seeger.
As a music student at Dalhousie University, Anthony studied classical violin under Phillippe Djokic. He has won fiddle competitions throughout Canada, including the Maritime Fiddle Championship. In 1990, he came third in the Canadian Open in Shelburne Ontario, and he was chosen to represent Nova Scotia at the Grand Masters Competition in Ottawa for six consecutive years. IMG_5381RStone14329928_544168229105344_7865898987736703190_n

Oct
26
Fri
Dave Goyetche
Oct 26 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Dave Goyetche is a well-known musical entity around Nova Scotia. In fact, on one night you may see him on his acoustic guitar in a one-man show or with his friend, Rob Filek, on percussion. Then on the next night he could be part of a rollicking group known as Blueberry Grunt, firing off Irish and maritime favorites as if he was part of a very large kitchen party. This well-rounded musical journey began at the age of four and he began playing seriously since the age of seven, balanced with doses of country music, rock n’ roll, Motown soul and funk How did he get so balanced in musical tastes? It began with his father who dad led bands in the 50’s to 70’s. The rehearsal hall was very close, the basement in the family home. Out of this immersion in various musical forms Dave became a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitars, bass, drums, piano, and more recently the Dobro,lap steel and mandolin.

Dave has been performing in one form or another, throughout the Maritimes for close to 40 years. Dave is someone we have known since way back; actually since our days at Prince Andrew High School in Dartmouth in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Dave loves to entertain, playing multiple instruments including, bass, guitar, dobro, lap steel, mandolin and piano. davegoyetche-150x256

Roger & Anthony
Oct 26 @ 9:00 pm

Anthony Rissesco is a versatile violin player and teacher who tours regularly with award-winning singer-songwriter Lennie Gallant and with roots-rock band Pogey. As a member of the neo-traditional trio Papilio, Anthony has garnered ECMA and Nova Scotia Music Awards nominations. He is also a member of the popular Halifax band The Gig Dogs. Anthony has played with Symphony Nova Scotia, Anne Murray, and Peggy Seeger.
As a music student at Dalhousie University, Anthony studied classical violin under Phillippe Djokic. He has won fiddle competitions throughout Canada, including the Maritime Fiddle Championship. In 1990, he came third in the Canadian Open in Shelburne Ontario, and he was chosen to represent Nova Scotia at the Grand Masters Competition in Ottawa for six consecutive years.

 

Roger Stone is an accomplished Cape Breton musician, born and raised in Richmond County. Currently a member of the long-established and much loved Nova Scotian band McGinty, Roger also enjoys a busy solo career and plays with a variety of other notable musicians. Known for his folk and traditional style of music, Roger has been a passionate teacher of banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass, percussion and voice for almost thirty years. He has been a contributing force and inspiration to the musical careers of well-known artists and his many students and his song writing skill is well known whether writing his own original material or in collaboration with others. Roger’s latest album, Old Friend, was released last summer. Currently he’s working with the band on an album celebrating McGinty’s 40th anniversary.IMG_5381RStone14329928_544168229105344_7865898987736703190_n

Oct
27
Sat
Alycia Putnam
Oct 27 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Since being inspired at the age of nine when she saw Natalie MacMaster in concert, Alycia Putnam has been working on her fiddle chops and a deep repertoire of foot-stompin’ tunes. The result of this dedication has been three solo albums and thousands of live performances spanning the globe from Pictou to Amsterdam, and back to Pictou. 

Alycia’s most recent album, the much anticipated Wired for Sound, includes 13 tracks of traditional to more eclectic fiddle music and the immense talent of 10 of the province’s most well-known musicians.

Since her performing career took off in the late 90’s, Alycia has amassed a network of artists she regularly adds to her live performances depending on what’s needed for the gig. Her core family band (her dad, Robert, on guitar and her mom, Kelly, on bagpipes) can be expanded to feature percussion, bass, vocals, banjo, mandolin, and a suite of other sounds depending on who’s footing the bill. Regardless of the band’s composition, this live show has something for everyone and is a must-see for anybody who loves Cape-Breton-style fiddle music played by a mainlander.b_W1sicmVzaXplIiwxNTAwXSxbIm1heCJdLFsid2UiXV0=med

Roger & Anthony
Oct 27 @ 9:00 pm

Anthony Rissesco is a versatile violin player and teacher who tours regularly with award-winning singer-songwriter Lennie Gallant and with roots-rock band Pogey. As a member of the neo-traditional trio Papilio, Anthony has garnered ECMA and Nova Scotia Music Awards nominations. He is also a member of the popular Halifax band The Gig Dogs. Anthony has played with Symphony Nova Scotia, Anne Murray, and Peggy Seeger.
As a music student at Dalhousie University, Anthony studied classical violin under Phillippe Djokic. He has won fiddle competitions throughout Canada, including the Maritime Fiddle Championship. In 1990, he came third in the Canadian Open in Shelburne Ontario, and he was chosen to represent Nova Scotia at the Grand Masters Competition in Ottawa for six consecutive years.

 

Roger Stone is an accomplished Cape Breton musician, born and raised in Richmond County. Currently a member of the long-established and much loved Nova Scotian band McGinty, Roger also enjoys a busy solo career and plays with a variety of other notable musicians. Known for his folk and traditional style of music, Roger has been a passionate teacher of banjo, guitar, mandolin, bass, percussion and voice for almost thirty years. He has been a contributing force and inspiration to the musical careers of well-known artists and his many students and his song writing skill is well known whether writing his own original material or in collaboration with others. Roger’s latest album, Old Friend, was released last summer. Currently he’s working with the band on an album celebrating McGinty’s 40th anniversary.IMG_5381RStone14329928_544168229105344_7865898987736703190_n

Oct
28
Sun
Open Session & Irish Set Dancing
Oct 28 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Easter 2003Join the dancers of Scalp na Cleiti (Toss the Feathers) every Sunday afternoon from 2-4pm as they demonstrate traditional Irish Dancing. Live music to dance is provided by fiddler Kevin Roach and friends.
For more information on our dancers please visit Scalp na Cleiti for more information!

 

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