Saw The Bow. The Pierre Schryer Trio performing at The Old Town Hall

The Pierre Schryer Trio. Franco-Ontarian fiddler Pierre Schryer, London, ON bassist Joseph Phillips, and guitarist Adam Dobres from British Columbia

St. Joseph Island – AlgomaTrad is presenting the Pierre Schryer Trio on Tuesday, October 30, 7:30pm at the Old Town Hall in Richards Landing.

The Pierre Schryer Trio is a phenomenal group of Celtic and World musicians from Canada. The group features Franco-Ontarian fiddler Pierre Schryer, London, ON bassist Joseph Phillips, and  guitarist Adam Dobres from British Columbia.  Tickets are $25 Adults, $10 Students, and are available on- line at, at the Island Market in Richards Landing, or by calling 705 782 4311.

Pierre Schyer’s last show sold out, so you may not want to wait until the last minute to get tickets.

A tour de force of versatility, fine musicianship and technical dexterity, the Pierre Schryer Trio brings together three diverse and successful music careers laden with JUNO, Canadian Folk Music, Western Canadian Music, and Grammy awards and nominations. Their first connections as a trio was on Pierre’s 2008 recording project “Mélange”.

Local AlgomaTrad concert goers will remember Adam Dobres as the superb guitarist who performed with Pierre last year, with Irish accordionist Dermot Byrne, as part of the Two Worlds United Tour. Joseph Phillips is no stranger to these parts – his huge musical presence has graced the AlgomaTrad Staff Concert stage for several years now. More extensive bios and video clips can be found on the AlgomaTrad website at

The Pierre Schryer Trio continues to appear on national and international festival stages from the Pacific to the Atlantic and beyond. You can find their recordings on iTunes and performance dates on their personal websites

AlgomaTrad is a not-for-profit arts organization that is dedicated to the sharing, celebration, and learning of traditional music, dance, art and craft that embrace our Canadian heritage.  AlgomaTrad’s priorities are inclusivity and building multi-generational community through these living heritage arts. AlgomaTrad hosts community dances, concerts, and workshops throughout the year, a week-long family-friendly traditional music, dance and arts camp each August, and educational programs in local schools.