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St. Columba's Inverness 

Invites you and your family to a Celtic Christmas Music Concert



 with Anne Bingham Goess, Thomas Lindemuth and Patrice Haan 

On this first Sunday of Advent we enter this season of reflection with reverence for the centuries-old music of the Celtic world. Our trio of musicians will present songs and tunes from Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and even the Shetland Isles, beautifully interpreted on violin, viola, Irish whistle, harp and vocals. 


3:00 - 5:00 PM

Advance Tickets $25 — At The Door $30 — Children Under 12 Free

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Anne Bingham Goess trained as a classical violinist, discovered the joy of folk music 27 years ago at Lark music camp, and now plays regularly for Irish, English Country and Contra dancing in the Bay Area. She has sung with many choral and theater groups over the years, including as a soloist at First Presbyterian Church, Oakland, as a chorus member with Festival Opera, and as Associate Music Director for the Christmas Revels. Anne also delights in arranging for and accompanying British folk singer Erica Hockett with the band "Erica and Friends."  Watch Anne and Tom Lindemuth performing a reel set in 2022.

Thomas Lindemuth   Family lore claims Tom sang before he talked.  He draws inspiration from various traditional sources from Celtic to Dixieland, playing a gamut of wind instruments from pennywhistle to tuba, as well as vocals and percussion.  Tom has performed with California Revels, for the Bay Area English dance community, and currently sings and plays with the group "Erica and Friends."   Tom enjoys composition, arranging, and music production, co-creating the album "Letters from Abroad," with Anne Bingham Goess in 2017.

Patrice Haan, a composer, harper and singer-songwriter, is sought after as a harmonist, songsmithing coach and interpreter of her own songs or others' creations. Her music has been described as “spellbinding”.  The former director of the nonprofit Healing Muses, that provides music for healing, for more than 20 years, Patrice has played harp for cancer patients in local hospitals and cancer centers. She is devoted to the healing presence of listening.  "Gorgeous, poetic and evocative, the poetry of her music heals our souls and our heartache."  For further information:

St. Columba's Episcopal Church
12835 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Inverness, CA
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