Arthur McGregor

Guitar, banjo, mandolin, autoharp, vocals, bodhran, djembe, percussion

Arthur McGregor is the founder of the Ottawa Folklore Centre and is an experienced, versatile performer who has played on stage since he was 12 years old. Besides being a Rathskallion, he leads community singing, writes songs about topical issues, and arranges unusual versions of national anthems. For 19 years, Arthur opened the Ottawa Folk Festival playing his ragtime version of O Canada. He is the recipient of the Helen Verger Award (municipal), the Estelle Klein Award (provincial) and the Canadian Folk Music Award’s ‘Unsung Hero’ award (national) for his work inĀ folk music across Canada.

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  • 28 Apr 2017 Monsignor Neville Anderson School Calgary
  • 28 Apr 2017 St. Joan of Arc School Calgary
  • 1 May 2017 Monsignor Fee Otterson School Edmonton

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