This special virtual edition of Kickin’ It Irish gives you the best seat in the house without leaving home. Watch online anytime, as many times as you like, through March 22nd for $20.
This is access to a never before seen video recorded last year at one of our sold-out Celtic Junction shows, plus bonus track material from a fantastic part of the show captured this year during our opening (and closing) weekend.
Concerts are seated and unless otherwise specified have no opening act. Your time is spent enjoying the musician(s) you came to hear.
Performance and concert series features highly acclaimed artists of Celtic and related traditions from Ireland, Scotland, Canada, and the USA.
CJAC hosts multigenerational family events. Seniors receive a discount at the door. FREE for youth 18 and under.
Tickets purchasers receive two emails from firstname.lastname@example.org A receipt, “Your Celtic Junction Arts Center order has been received!” And your tickets, “Your tickets from Celtic Junction Arts Center.”
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Join singer and flute player Norah Rendell and her guitar-playing husband Brian Miller for an intimate online concert broadcast from their home!
A beautiful exhibition created by the government of Ireland to represent the history and vigor of the Irish language. Free to the public.
Dáithí Sproule explains the connection music groups Skara Brae and Altan have with Irish music and the Gaeltacht.
This will be a fascinating look at Douglas Hyde's travels in America in 1905/1906 during which he raised funds and awareness for the revival of the Irish language.
The Beltane Boys are a unique Celtic band from the Pacific Northwest, combining virtuosic solo performances with three-part vocal harmonies and refined ensemble playing.
Join dancer Anna Lethert and fiddle player Danny Diamond for an intimate online concert broadcast from their home!
Free! Come one, come all! Join us after the Beltane Boys concert with your instruments for a fun session in the remodeled lobby space. Don't play an instrument? Come and enjoy music, company, and craic! This event is part of the Irish Arts Weekend.
Gaelic singer and scholar Richard Hill will present and teach Scottish Gaelic “mouth-music” or puirt-a-beul.
Bring your kids and check out some of what goes on at the Celtic Junction Arts Center. Your young ones can dance a jig, try out instruments, listen to some rollicking tunes, enjoy story time and puppets, play games, and munch on some snacks.
Scottish fiddling, including the Scots snap, birl, and the stylistic principles governing the strathspey and the traditional "MSR" or March, Strathspey and Reel set. The aim is to help students not only learn new repertoire and skills, but to gain a greater understanding of the cultural and historical forces that have shaped the Scottish fiddling tradition.
In this “Pipe Line to Flute” workshop, the group will explore a range of pipe music which is often heard on other instruments as well. Participants will learn a number of simple tunes and practice applying the stylistic palette which distinguishes Scottish bagpipe music to the whistle and flute. A key of “D” whistle or flute is required, and a recording device is recommended. Cameron St. Louis – wooden flutes, whistles, Scottish smallpipes, Flemish pipes; instrument maker. Hear Cameron in…
The Camino Voyage is an award-winning film. A crew including a writer, two musicians, an artist and a stonemason embark on an inspiring and dangerous 2,500 kilometre modern-day Celtic odyssey from Ireland to Spain. RTE review. This event is part of the Irish Arts Week.
Admission at the door: $10 Adults/$8 Seniors (over 60), $5 Children (under 16) Join us for an evening of entertainment with local Welsh-native, singer, poet, actor, author, and character extraordinaire. John will also be signing copies of his latest book, A Visit Home. A Visit Home is a collection of short stories, a sketch and a few poems. Many of the works are based in Wales, the Midwest and its Celtic community. The stories, most of which are based in…
Rory Gallagher, from his early days growing up in an Ireland new to rock'n'roll, to gaining the admiration of musical giants like Jimi Hendrix and Brian May.