Posts Tagged ‘Symphony Space’

Shani R Friedman gets in the spirit of the changing seasons at the Winter Solstice Celebration, a night celebrating the music and cultures of Ireland and...

For nearly four decades, New York has been celebrating Bloomsday on Broadway, originally created by Isaiah Sheffer, who loved the writings of James Joyce. Now...

 Childsplay return to SymphonySpace tonight, Nov. 18, 2016, so we thought we’d republish this piece. Karan Casey sings!   How It’s New York:  Childsplay are...

Mick Moloney's "Celtic Appalachia" show is back, with Irish, West Virginia, and African artists

Happy Bloomsday! Some events going on today, a gorgeous sunshiney June one.

"An Irish Christmas" still going strong in 2013

"You Never Can Tell" is a smashing success, the latest triumph by a company that is one of the best things to love about the New York theater community, says...

How It’s New York: Bloomsday attracts lawyers, actors, writers, and that’s soooo New York.. Also multiple, competing celebrations are more the norm than...

Iarla O Lionaird (vocals), Martin Hayes (fiddle) and David Power (uilleann pipes) (Erin Baiano) How It’s (tristate) New York:  fiddler Martin Hayes...

How It’s New York: Eilin O’Dea brings her one-woman show Madame Cassandra to New York’s American Irish Historical Society this Thursday, March 22nd. No stranger...

How It’s New York:  Mick Moloney, who put this together, teaches at NYU and is a huge force in music here (and around the world, actually, but since...

How It’s New York:  The writers run the gamut from playwright, journalist,  essayist, novelist, American-born, Irish-born, in a happy mix of folks.How...

How It’s New York:  The event takes place at Thalia Café at Symphony Space, one of New York’s treasures, and artistic get-togethers are an NYC tradition.  As...

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Director Sue Bourne, dancers Julia O’Rourke and Joe Bitter, and teacher Lisa Petri discuss the world of Irish dance and...