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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Norah Rendell and Brian Miller

Norah and Brian unearth heirloom songs with Irish-American and Canadian roots and perform them with passion and nuance. They also play enough jigs and reels to put a spring in your step–even over the internet.

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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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Matt and Shannon Heaton

Boston-based Matt and Shannon Heaton play updated and traditional Irish music on flute, accordion, guitar, bouzouki, and voices. They have a warm connection with their audiences and are world-class American performers with Irish roots and universal appeal. 

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Promo image for the Ruckers

Sparky and Rhonda share stories and songs from the rich heritage of their southern Appalachian roots, including the African American component of this culture. Their storytelling repertoire ranges from Jack tales and ghost stories to preacher tales and Br’er Rabbit stories. In addition to traditional Appalachian songs and gospel sing-alongs, their repertoire includes newer songs and stories from labor and coal mining struggles in the mountains.

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Patsy O'Brien and Dick Hensold with instruments

An hour of traditional Celtic music with unique and innovative arrangements. Patsy O’Brien and Dick Hensold in concert includes a variety of songs from Britain and Ireland accompanied by guitar and Northumbrian smallpipes and a variety of whistles.

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