Our concert series features highly acclaimed artists playing in Celtic and related traditions from Ireland, Scotland, Canada, and the USA.
Our concerts are seated, and unless otherwise specified, have no opening act. Your time is spent enjoying the musician(s) you came to hear.
To encourage youth and family attendance, our CJAC sponsored events are free for youth 18 and under. Seniors receive a 50% discount at the door.
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NEA National Heritage Fellowship awardee, Norman Kennedy will sing Scottish Lowland songs and songs in Gaelic, woven together with their accompanying stories. Norman will also lead participatory Scots Gaelic waulking songs.
Dorain celebrates their release of their second CD "Dorain: The Thrush Comes in Spring".
How the Irish, both Catholic and Protestant, helped shape MN and their relationship with other immigrant groups.
Ideal for anyone who wishes to tackle Joyce’s novel in a fun yet focused class that emphasizes his essentially comic and humane vision of life.
Increase your Irish language proficiency by reading children's books in Irish.
Born in Brooklyn, raised in Ireland, discover the richness of the poetic achievement of John Montague.
The principles of formal composition and color theory will be applied to the inspirational mythic and iconic imagery of the Celts.
Preparation for the TEG, administered by Maynooth University.
Using the writing of Joseph Campbell, we explore universal mythic archetypes and the hero's journey.
Irish American flautist and singer known as a mainstay member of the critically acclaimed Irish group, Alan Kelly Gang, Steph Geremia brings a wealth of musical scholarship to her love for Ireland’s North Connaught tradition.