Slygo in Concert

Slygo is a three piece Irish band with Liam Slattery (guitar, bass, vocals), Pete Mulligan (bass, guitar, vocals) and David Ochs (fiddle, vocals, guitar), they bring a warm, energetic sound to the stage. Opening set by the duo Twice Banjaxed (Derek Anderson and Morien McBurnie)..

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The Vox Hunters promo image by Anna Colliton

Pushed back till April 2021 due to unforeseen circumstances. The Vox Hunters are seekers of old songs, cultivators of local music, bearers of the living tradition. Traditional mus from Rhode Island, New England, North America, the British Isles, Ireland, and the Philippines.

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Join us for the beginnings of a musical friendship between Traditional Arts Partnership in South Armagh and the Center for Irish Music in Saint Paul, two music schools dedicated to teaching traditional music to students of all ages.

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Doherty Family

Brian Miller discusses archival recordings that were made at the home of Tony and Margaret Doherty on Selby Avenue. They feature the family patriarch Tony Doherty (1896–1972) on fiddle, daughter Marge on piano and accordion, daughter Mary on piano, and daughter Joan on piano.

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Play along with fiddler Mary Vanorny and special guests from the Center for Irish Music including family members like Claire and Ben Vanorny, folks from the Miller/Rendell household, and the O’Shea’s. Tunes will be drawn from the resources on the CIM website (2021, 2020, 2013, and 2010), plus some surprises!

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Taking Flight Collective

Adrienne O’Shea, Joe De Georgeo, Ian McKenna, with CIM instructor Brian Miller play locally-produced traditional Irish music on flute, fiddle, accordion, guitar, bouzouki, and gorgeous vocals!

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Two Tap Trio

As part of the Celtic Junction Fall Outdoor Concert Weekend, Two Tap Trio will be performing their unique blend of traditional dance tunes.

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Adrienne O'Shea, Ian McKenna, and Joe De Georgio

Featuring Adrienne O’Shea (vocals, flute), Ian McKenna (accordion), and Joe De Georgeo (fiddle) with guitarist Brian Miller, this performance marks the launch of a 2020-21 pilot project from the Center for Irish Music called Taking Flight Collective.

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