Posts Tagged ‘Séamus Begley’

Irish band Téada (Irish for "strings") 2013 album "Ainneoin na stoirme" ("In Spite of the Storm") brings some welcome sunshine.

This is a reprint of the post I did last year — while the events are now a year old, the basic ideas in this post haven’t changed one bit. And I love me some...

How It’s New York: Pat Gavin, whose birthday party inspired this column, is a local trad player (“maven,” Dan writes;  how New York is the casual use of this...

How It’s New York:  Three out of five of the performers live in the New York area.  Joanie Madden said it is her home, she could never leave it!  (listen...

How It’s New York:  Joanie Madden is a Yonkers gal, from the Bronx, and among her many awards she has a street named after her on the Grand Concourse, and...

The Fifth Masters in Collaboration is Light on Its Feet, when Joanie Madden met Séamus Begley How It’s New York:  The series was conceived here, and Joanie...

MASTERS IN COLLABORATION,  moderated by Mick Moloney, is  the most exciting and exhilerating program the Irish Arts Center runs.  Previous excursions...

Podcast: Play in new window | Download You’ve still got this weekend to get into some tartan for tartan day– so say Frank McGreal, who’s supervising the Tartan...