AmRev Presents: A Celtic Concert Celebrating St. Andrew’s DayNovember 30, 2022 from 6:30-8 p.m.
- November 30, 2022 from 6:30-8 p.m.
- Museum of the American Revolution & Online
$20 - Onsite GA (includes Zoom access)
$15 - Onsite Museum Member (includes Zoom access)
$15 - Online GA
$10 - Online Museum Member
$65 - New Member (includes year-long Museum membership, onsite or online event access, and optional guided tour)
$15 - "Scotland and the American Revolution" Guided Tour (onsite only)
On St. Andrew’s Day, join the Museum and Celtic-infused folk band The Chivalrous Crickets for an evening of live music and storytelling exploring the intersections of Scottish heritage and the American Revolution. From the Scottish Highlands to the Appalachian Mountains, hear popular tunes like “The Skye Boat Song” as they connect with the stories of General Hugh Mercer, Flora MacDonald, and others who served their cause, from the Battle of Culloden to the Battle of Princeton. The evening will be hosted by Museum President & CEO Dr. R. Scott Stephenson in the Museum's Liberty Hall.
Attendees also have the option to add on a guided tour exploring Scotland and the American Revolution in the Museum’s galleries presented by Gallery Interpretation Manager Meg Bowersox and the Sassenach Society of South Jersey. The guided tour starts at 5:15 p.m. preceding the concert.
Interested in becoming a Museum Member to attend this event? Become a new Museum Member through the event ticket link to receive complimentary access to the event and free access to the Scotland and the American Revolution tour.
The purchase of an event ticket includes one-day Museum admission and is considered a donation in support of the Museum’s educational programs. Thank you for making it possible to offer this special program.
5:15-6:15 p.m. - “Scotland and the American Revolution” guided tour (optional with additional ticket required)
6 p.m. - Liberty Hall doors open with cash bar
6:30-8 p.m. - The Chivalrous Crickets concert
About The Chivalrous Crickets
Exploring the roots, branches, and crossroads of Celtic and American folk music since 2018, The Chivalrous Crickets members bring their backgrounds in Scottish folk music, as well as Appalachian and early European art music to the stage. Specializing in historical and orchestral instruments, the Philadelphia and Princeton-based band is known for their lavish vocal harmonies, rich instrumental textures, and traditional repertoire treated with creative new twists. Upcoming performances this season include the Main Line Early Music Series in Bryn Mawr, Pa.; the release of their Christmas album, "A Chivalrous Cricketmas" with Gotham Early Music Scene, N.Y.; Bethlehem, Pa.'s Celtic Classic Festival; Mohonk Mountain House's Scottish Weekend and Summer Festival of the Arts; "A Twelfth Night Feast" at Bethlehem, Pa.'s Ice House Tonight; The Dean's Concert Series at Jefferson, and their annual cruise with Schooner Victory Chimes out of Rockland, Maine.
The Chivalrous Crickets Members
Fiona Gillespie: vocals, whistle
Paul Morton: banjo, Baroque guitar, theorbo, guitar, vocals
Genevieve King: fiddle, vocals
Benjamin Matus: dulcian, small pipes, German Medieval pipes, vocals
Benya Stewart: vocals, guitar, mandolin, bodhran
Bradley King: bass, cello, vocals