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Media & Press 

Susanna McCleary plays fiddle tunes from a variety of traditions, with Dorothy de Val on piano. Sponsored by the CCB Toronto Visionaries Chapter, Canadian Council of the Blind.  Includes Celtic, traditional English, Québecois, Métis, Cape Breton and Klezmer.


Works by Dorothy de Val:  Expectation, Francis and Richar…

Scottish/Cape Breton:James Moray/Cross of Inverness/Mabou Reel. 

Niel Gow's Lament for James Moray Artist Name
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Scottish and Cape Breton tunesArtist Name
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Expectation Aug1Artist Name
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Francis and Richard walk into a bar...Artist Name
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Susanna McCleary, Dorothy de Val


Press Kit Links


(Note these refer to a time before Neep&Tattie were created]



Canadian Council for the Blind, Toronto Visionaries Chapter: “Virtual Ceilidh” with Susanna McCleary and Dorothy de Val, April 16, 2021


Vivian Fellegi, “Balance in Blindness: the Plasticity of Perception,” Whole Note, 26 Feb 2020:


Katharine Skellon, “Blind Violinist to Star in Fundraising Event,” South Wales Argus,

7 Nov 1014.


“Taking Tea with Verdi,” Hereford Times, 7 Nov 2014.


“Road Open in Time for Charity Concert [“Tea with Jane Eyre”] in Part-y-Seal”, Hereford Times, 24 June, 2014.

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