Irish Arts Center’s
Celtic Appalachian Celebration
Saturday, March 11 | 8 PM
at Peter Norton Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, New York, NY 10025
Featuring Mick Moloney, Athena Tergis, and The Green Fields of America
Billy McComiskey (button accordion), Liz Hanley (fiddle and vocals), Jerry O’Sullivan (uilleann pipes and whistle), Brendan Dolan (piano), Niall O’Leary (dancer)
With Special Guests
Erynn Marshall (fiddle) and Carl Jones (guitar, mandolin, banjo)
Sheila Adams (singer)
Megan Downes and City Stompers (dancers)
Haley Richardson (fiddle)
Jake James (fiddler and dancer)
Back by popular demand!
“Celtic Appalachia tops St. Patrick’s Day celebrations—Mick Moloney and Irish Arts Center triumph.” – Irish Central
Our annual rousing tribute to the thriving Irish and Appalachian traditions and shared musical lineage returns St. Patrick’s week. With constantly evolving material and an unmatched energy, Mick Moloney the Green Fields of America, including 2016 NEA National Heritage Fellow Billy McComiskey, and a star-studded ensemble of musicians, singers, and dancers will leave audiences feeling uplifted.
The beloved Irish American group will be joined by old-time Virginia musicians Erynn Marshall and Carl Jones, showcasing their southern song-duets and soaring fiddle, guitar, mandolin, and banjo tunes; North Carolina’s Sheila Adams, who carries on her family’s two-hundred-year-old ballad-singing tradition; New York City’s own Megan Downes with dancers from City Stompers; and Irish traditional tunes on the fiddle from All Ireland Champions Haley Richardson and Jake James.
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