Welcome to the CMIC
Join us for lively tunes and great local food & drinks! The Celtic Music Centre is a not-for-profit society and a one-of-a-kind facility located in the tiny village of Judique, Cape Breton Island.
The mission of the Celtic Music Interpretive Centre is to celebrate and foster the Celtic Music and Heritage of Cape Breton Island as a living tradition, through Archival Preservation, Education and Performance.
Whether you visit for an hour, a day, or a week, don’t miss this key stop along beautiful Route 19. Discover why music and dance are at the very heart of Cape Breton Island’s captivating past and lively present.
We have plenty of parking, including oversized vehicle parking and EV stations.
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 in an authentic and lively atmosphere.
We would like to hear your ideas for the CMIC 2024 Events Schedule.2024 Event Ideas
If you wish to book a private function, kindly email us at the following address for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Year Round Sunday Ceilidh 2-5pm ($10)
Restaurant ,Gift Shop & Exhibits
Open Sunday 12-5pm, Eat in or Take out
Lessons and Education
We are planning on offering beginner to intermediate group lessons in fiddle, piano, stepdance, guitar and gaelic! These lessons would begin mid January and last around 8 weeks for $120. If you are seeking private lessons, that could be arranged as well. Click the link below to show interest!
Let us know what you are interested in learning Expression of Interest
For Questions please email us at email@example.com
Ways to Give
The Celtic Music Centre is a not-for-profit society. Your donation helps us continue to create programs which are vital to the preservation, promotion and education of Cape Breton traditional music.
- Make a Cash Donation through CanadaHelps
- Sponsor a Ceilidh in honour / memory of someone, or anonymously by sending a cheque to Celtic Music Interpretive Centre, 5471 Hwy 19, Judique, NS B0E 1P0 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for other options.
- Donate an item for fundraising
- Donate Archival Materials by emailing our Archives email@example.com
- Purchase tickets on our “11 Hearts” quilt donated by Yvonne MacDonnell
- Volunteer your time or talent Volunteer Recruitment
A tax receipt will be issued for all Canadian donations (US residents may get a tax receipt if donating $1000 or more to our Endowment Fund).
We rely on your generous donations to help maintain our musical traditions and heritage-Thank you for your support!