A St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Sojourn With Brian O’Donovan

We are excited to be part of Brian O’Donovan’s A St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Sojourn With Brian O’Donovan extravaganza! Looking forward to share the stage with The Friel Sisters, Keith Murphy, and Katie McNally and Neil Pearlman.

Sanders Theatre
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
Saturday, March 16 at 3pm and 7:30pm
Tickets: https://bit.ly/1RyRKyy

The Cabot Theatre
Beverly, MA
Sunday, March 17 at 3pm
Tickets: https://bit.ly/2IIvRF7



We are thrilled to announce that our album Princes et Habitants won Traditional album of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards!!!

Thanks to all of our collaborators:

Rober Langlois and the Studio 270, Bernard Slobodian at Small Mastering Studio as well as Dejah Léger.

Huge thanks to the guest musicians who played on the album:Jason Rosenblatt, Marc Maziade, Jacques Kuba Seguin, Laura Risk, Natalie Haas, Marjorie Deschamps, Pierre-Olivier Dufresne et Mathieu Gallant

And congratulations to all the nominees:
Fásta, Ten Strings And A Goat Skin, Vishten et The Slocan Ramblers. We were in good company!

New review for "PRINCES ET HABITANTS" in Penguin Eggs Magazine

"Yann Falquet and Pascal Gemme, 2/3 of Québécois folk outfit, Genticorum, have a sublime release with Princes et Habitants. I'm a little worried that this duo format spells the death of Genticorum but this new album is solace enough if that in fact is the case. It's brilliant! Probably a little premature to name it album of the year, but it's really that good. The emphasis is on the interplay between the two voices and the two instruments (fiddle and guitar), with touches of other instrumentation to round things out (banjo, trumpet). It reminds me very much of the Grey Larsen/Andre Marchand release, The Orange Tree, from years back, with its striking mix of modernity and folk classicism. Like that album it is, as I said, sublime!"

RICHARD THORNLEY - PENGUIN EGGS - http://www.penguineggs.ab.ca