2004

Rene & Sherrill Trottier

Rene & Sherrill Trottier

This couple has been involved with music in Glengarry for many years. Rene grew up interested in music, but his interest increased when he began attending dances. He took one lesson on the fiddle, and in the mid 1950s he organized a small band known as the Glen...

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Kelli Trottier

Kelli Trottier

She started step dancing lessons at the age of five and the fiddle at the age of nine. She performed with her family for twelve years and played, sang and danced in Ontario and Quebec. She has won the Canadian Open singing contest, been nominated three times for Country Music Association fiddle player of the year.

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Rob Taylor

Rob Taylor

A phenomenal accordion player. In 1971, he would form the Brigadoons. He wrote such classic tunes as the “Burning of St. Raphaels”.

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Mary Frances MacPhee

Mary Frances MacPhee

Mary Frances had a life-long and enduring commitment to music as a pianist. She loved Celtic music in particular, and as a result, she was a favoured accompanist of fiddlers and vocalists in the area.

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John T. MacKenzie

John T. MacKenzie

Pipe Major MacKenzie taught highland piping at the Glengarry School of Piping and Drumming as well as at local high schools. He was immortalized in The Brigadoons song as the “Piper of Glengarry.”

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Rae MacCulloch

Rae MacCulloch

Founded The MacCulloch School of Dance, which teaches Highland and step dance to this day. It is estimated that Rae taught from 3000 to 4000 students over her nearly fifty years of instruction.

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AGM – June 18th

The Annual General Meeting of the Glengarry Celtic Music Hall of Fame is on Tuesday, June 18th, 2024 at 10:30 am (at the Hall in Williamstown). Open to the public.

Dinner Tickets Available

We still have 8 tickets available for the 2024 Induction Dinner. To buy, please contact us by email at glengarryceltic@gmail.com or call 613-525-3597.

Inductee Glenda McDonell Has Passed Away

Glenda was both a Founding member and a Charter member as well as a 2023 Inductee into the Celtic Music Hall of Fame. She was a great supporter of all things Celtic, and made a lasting impact in Glengarry.

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