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4518 Gladwyne Drive
History and Performance of Celtic Music Teacher
The New Hip Trio
The Highland Ramblers
Bethesda , MD
Scottish Weekend Musicians
Liz Donaldson, piano and accordion Liz Donaldson LIZ DONALDSON (Bethesda, MD) plays piano and accordion. She is known for her innovative back-up style incorporating exciting rhythms, textures, and harmony lines in her music. In addition to playing for Scottish, English and American contra dances, Liz teaches all these styles, and dances, too! She is a member of Terpsichore, Waverley Station, and The New Hip Trio. Her recordings include: Caledonian Muse, Terpsichore, Scottish Dance Music, Waverley Station: First Stop! Memories of Scottish Weekend ('98) and More Memories of Scottish Weekend ('02), as well as English Echoes: English Country Dance Favorites. Liz has two books of Scottish tune medleys and collections of her own compositions: Rain in the Desert and Moon over Inverness. Liz has taught and played at numerous dance weekends and music workshops including Scottish Weekend, Pinewoods, and Asilomar. Her travels have taken her to Great Britain, Canada, France and Japan.
Scottish Weekend Contacts
Liz Donaldson, Music Director
More Memories of Scottish Weekend CD, 2002
This ensemble consisting of Liz Donaldson, Dan Emery, Earl Gaddis, Ralph Gordon, Anne Hooper, Betsy Hooper, David Knight, and Dave Wiesler is unique to Scottish Weekend 2002.
All arrangements are by Liz Donaldson. Liz Donaldson, piano (1,2,4,7,9,10,13) Artistic Director Liz Donaldson. c/o Liz Donaldson 4518 Gladwyne Drive Bethesda, MD 20814 USA Tel: 301-986-1291 email@example.com
Music: Beyond the Beltway, first line SummerTunes 2016 will be Saturday, July 23, 2016! An all day music workshop led by Andrea Hoag and Liz Donaldson. LIZ DONALDSON (Bethesda, MD) is a full-time musician and dance caller, and has been playing piano for dancing for many years. She is known for her innovative back-up style incorporating exciting rhythms, textures, and harmony lines in her music. In addition to playing for Scottish, English and American contra and square dances, Liz teaches all these styles, and dances, too! Liz Donaldson Liz's most recent Scottish Country Dance CD "Caledonian Muse" with fiddler Elke Baker and bassist/cellist Ralph Gordon is a welcome addition to "Terpsichore, Scottish Dance Music", a duo recording with Elke. Liz also joins David Knight (fiddle) and Ralph on "Waverley Station: First Stop! Liz has published two books of Scottish tunes: "Scottish Dance Class Tunes" and "Scottish Tune Medleys. In addition, there are two collections of her own tunes: "Rain in the Desert" and the just released, "Moon Over Inverness." Liz has taught and played at numerous dance weekends and music workshops including Scottish Weekend at Ramblewood (MD), Pinewoods (MA), and Asilomar (CA). Her travels have taken her across the US as well as to Great Britain, Canada, France, and Japan. In 2000-2001 Liz led Performance Tours for the Smithsonian Institution's Piano 300 exhibition and in '03 and '07 performed with Terpsichore at the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage in Washington, DC. Liz also teaches BandAid, ensemble-playing workshops, and enjoys composing tunes, especially waltzes. In addition to playing and teaching music, Liz is in demand as a caller of Scottish dancing, Scottish Ceilidh, English Country dancing, and American contras and squares. She particularly enjoys working with dancers of all ages and experience levels. # Music in title: Beyond the Beltway © Liz Donaldson
Scottish Weekend Musicians - Ralph Gordon, Earl Gaddis, Anne Hooper, David Knight, Becky Ross, Liz Donaldson, Melissa Running, Dave Wiesler, Marty Taylor, Dan Emery