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Ireland with Michael - A Virtual Concert

Ireland with Michael - A Virtual Concert

 

Ireland with Michael is a wonderful Celtic show from the National Opera House in Wexford, Ireland. The never-before-seen show features the Irish Concert Orchestra, 2 choirs, singers, and musicians from all over Ireland, all joining renowned Irish singer Michael Londra is a celebration of Irish culture, heritage, and music for Saint Patrick’s season.

Ireland with Michael also visits Irish villages and countryside to meet local traditional singers, dancers, and musicians. Michael heads to Dublin and Belfast for performances, to the Kennedy family Homestead to discuss JFK’s legacy in Ireland, and sings of his connection to the family. Michael’s friend, New York Times best-selling author Eoin Colfer (Artemis Fowl) talks to him about the history of Hook Head lighthouse, the oldest operating lighthouse in the world.

Michael shares his own connection to songs and stories of his home county, his love of traditional music with world champion Irish dancers, the gorgeous 10-piece Harpist group Cláirsí Neamhaí accompanied by local fiddlers and pipers playing the jigs and reels that capture his Irish heritage. He meets local folk singers performing classic traditional songs guaranteed to stir the soul.



The Palace Theatre
61 Atlantic St
Stamford, CT 06901


Date: 
Sunday, March 14th at 6 pm

Click HERE to purchase tickets

All sales final; no refunds or exchanges allowed. Artists, dates, times, prices, venues, subject to change.

AGE RESTRICTIONS: Unless listed as a Family or Children’s event, most performances are intended for teens & adults. Some events are not appropriate for children under 18. We welcome children under the age of 3 or 4 years old for family entertainment, but we do not recommend they attend more mature offerings.

All children who have reached their first birthday require a ticket.

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