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7th Annual Celtic Appalachian Celebration

03/15/19 | 6:00 pm

Irish Arts Center

553 West 51st Street Map

212-757-3318

$25 and up


15-03-2019 12:00:00 15-03-2019 12:00:00 America/New_York 7th Annual Celtic Appalachian Celebration | 6:00 pm From March 9 – April 15, Carnegie Hall will present Migrations: The Making of America, a citywide festival examining the musical legacies of three migrations: the crossings from Scotland and Ireland during the 18th and 19th centuries, the immigration of Jews from Russia and Eastern Europe between 1881 and the National Origins Act of 1924, and the Great Migration—the exodus of African Americans from the South to the industrialized cities of the Northeast, Midwest, and West from 1917 into the 1970s. On Friday, March 15, we will offer our 7th annual Celtic Appalachian Celebration at Symphony Space as part of this exciting festival. Hosted by renowned musician-folklorist Mick Moloney, this rousing concert of traditional, old-time, and American folk music explores the shared lineage of Irish, West African, and Appalachian traditions, with performances by the Green Fields of America, New Ballards Branch Bogtrotters featuring 2018 NEA National Heritage fellow Eddie Bond, Jerron "Blindboy" Paxton, and special guests. Mick Moloney, banjo, octave, mandolin, vocals Athena Tergis, fiddle with The Green Fields of America Brendan Dolan, piano, flute Liz Hanley, fiddle, vocals Billy McComiskey, accordion Niall O'Leary, dancer The New Ballards Branch Bogtrotters Caroline Noel Beverley, mandolin, vocals Bonnie Bond, bass, vocals Eddie Bond, fiddle, vocals Josh Ellis, banjo, vocals Dennis Hall, band leader, guitarist Jerron "Blindboy" Paxton (banjo, harmonica, and vocals) And special guests TBA http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=342061 Irish Arts Center Irish Arts Center

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From March 9 – April 15, Carnegie Hall will present Migrations: The Making of America, a citywide festival examining the musical legacies of three migrations: the crossings from Scotland and Ireland during the 18th and 19th centuries, the immigration of Jews from Russia and Eastern Europe between 1881 and the National Origins Act of 1924, and the Great Migration—the exodus of African Americans from the South to the industrialized cities of the Northeast, Midwest, and West from 1917 into the 1970s. On Friday, March 15, we will offer our 7th annual Celtic Appalachian Celebration at Symphony Space as part of this exciting festival. Hosted by renowned musician-folklorist Mick Moloney, this rousing concert of traditional, old-time, and American folk music explores the shared lineage of Irish, West African, and Appalachian traditions, with performances by the Green Fields of America, New Ballards Branch Bogtrotters featuring 2018 NEA National Heritage fellow Eddie Bond, Jerron "Blindboy" Paxton, and special guests.

Mick Moloney, banjo, octave, mandolin, vocals Athena Tergis, fiddle

with The Green Fields of America Brendan Dolan, piano, flute Liz Hanley, fiddle, vocals Billy McComiskey, accordion Niall O'Leary, dancer

The New Ballards Branch Bogtrotters Caroline Noel Beverley, mandolin, vocals Bonnie Bond, bass, vocals Eddie Bond, fiddle, vocals Josh Ellis, banjo, vocals Dennis Hall, band leader, guitarist Jerron "Blindboy" Paxton (banjo, harmonica, and vocals) And special guests TBA

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