Hidden Fifth will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15, at North Church, 118 High St., in Farmington. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for a dessert social and jam session.

From the extended Family of Celtic Spring, Hidden Fifth brings energy and youthful exuberance to a new generation of folk music tradition reaching back through family roots. Celtic Spring fiddler/dancer Deirdre Wood and husband Max Becher lead the group through innovative renditions of Irish and North American folk music with contemporary rhythm and drive.

The band was born out of the couples love for folk music and dance, beginning in their teenage friendship and evolving into the current band today.

Wood incorporates the fiddling and dancing of her Celtic Spring family heritage, while Becher and the band add new instruments and their own musical twist.

At its roots, Hidden Fifth is a family endeavor. Wood and Becher take the tradition one generation further, bringing their own children with them on this exciting musical adventure.

The performance is part of Farmington Historical Society’s North Church Concert Series in conjunction with the Catholic Rural Life Festival .

Tickets cost $15 for adults, or $10 for high school and college students, $5 for elementary students. Tickets will be available at the door or can be purchased in advance at SugarWood Gallery, or call 778-2006.

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