The Celtic Music Interpretive Centre is a not-for-profit society and a one-of-a-kind facility located in the tiny village of Judique, Cape Breton Island. Our mandate is to collect, preserve and promote the traditional Celtic music of Cape Breton Island through Education, Research and Performance. Designated the "Official Celtic Music Centre of Nova Scotia" and the Official Cultural Archives for the County of Inverness, the CMIC offers an in-depth look into the history, culture and music of Cape Breton Island.

We offer year-round Ceilidhs featuring authentic live traditional music, special concerts featuring international artists, Gift shop showcasing locally made products and one of the largest collections of Celtic CDs, Ceilidh Pub Restaurant and Bar, an interactive Exhibit Room, Celtic Culture demonstrations, Musical Walking Tours along the Trans Canada Trail, Beginner Gaelic lessons, music workshops, The Buddy MacMaster Fiddle Camp, a growing collection of archival materials, Resource library, a recording studio, online store and more!

Join us for great tunes, food and good times!

 


SUNDAY, APRIL 2
Sunday Ceilidh

Kenneth MacKenzie & friends
2:00-5:00pm. $8.

 



Planning an office party?  A family gathering?  A wedding?  A Workshop/Presentation?
The Celtic Music Interpretive Centre is available for private rentals. We provide a beautiful space to host your private event with an available stage, piano, background music of your choice, fully licensed bar, bartender and more. The CMIC has become a popular choice for people getting married nearby that need a space for their wedding guests to go between the church and dinner to gather for cocktails. We also frequently rent for workshops and private parties of all kinds. 

Contact us to discuss your needs and we will be glad to set up your rental.
 

 

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