Tomaseen Foley and his troupe bring traditions from Ireland in stories, dance, music and song to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.These folk entertainers recreate the joy and innocence of the Celtic past. Neighbors gather round for the laughter and storytelling, the joy of music, and fancy foot-step dancing. Long before Riverdance, ordinary Irish men and women in hobnailed boots stomped on the flagstone floors with jigs, reels, and hornpipes. The rafters rang with the fiery music of the fiddler, bodhran, tin whistle, and mesmerizing uilleann pipes. A holiday spectacular for all ages!
TERESA WALTERS “Musical Cameos: Great Composers & Well-Loved Masterpieces”
Sunday, March 23, 2014 – 3:00 pm
“She is a pianist born to the instrument because she creates magic with music.” (Austrian National Television). Teresa Walters has performed on six continents and has earned the highest praise for her solos, deserving to be in the top tier of piano soloists in the world, aptly nicknamed, the
International First Lady of Piano. Overwhelmingly popular with audiences, this virtuoso will discuss the music in her charmingly engaging manner before she performs.
See both shows: Tomaseen Foley’s “Irish Times” & Teresa Walters “Musical Cameos: Great Composers & Well-Loved Masterpieces”.
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