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Course Description

The Celebration Continues…

 

"Ceol agus Craic:" A St. Patrick's Day Celebration

 

Like Ireland itself you can’t capture the spirit of Craic – you must experience it. Come experience it at Brookdale.

Join us for some music, song, history, and a guided tour through Dublin.

FEATURING  

 

International Irish Singer Songwriter Gabriel Donohue

Gabriel was born in Athenry, a walled medieval town in County Galway that was founded in the 12th Century AD. Hailing from this well-known village, his music is filled with a strong sense of history and his love of storytelling is evident through his song, which belongs to another time and place.

An extremely gifted and talented guitarist, pianist, bouzouki player, singer and songwriter, his musical artistry has always had him in high demand for many of the elite in Irish music circles. For five years he toured around the world with the Chieftains as their accompanist, worked and performed with Michael Flatley and toured with Cherish the Ladies, Eileen Ivers and Joanie Madden. Gabriel makes his home in Pennsylvania where he has his own recording studio and has recorded and produced many of the top traditional artists in America.

Program Agenda:  

Music and Song, links between Ireland and America: A Conversation: Gabriel Donoghue and Irish historian, Hank McNally

Selected Irish Songs and Tunes performed by Gabriel Donoghue

Light Lunch

Depart for Dublin – An Armchair Tour with Irish historian, Maureen Dunphy-Brady

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Section Title
"Ceol agus Craic:" A St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Type
Lecture
Days
F
Time
10:15AM to 3:45PM
Dates
Mar 22, 2024
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
5.5
Course Fee(s)
Course Fee non-credit $99.00
Drop Request Deadline
Mar 15, 2024
Transfer Request Deadline
Mar 15, 2024
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