St. Patrick’s Day Gigs

March 1, 2011

Well, it’s March, and the season of St. Patrick is upon us.  The WSHSO will be performing in a number of venues all around New York City.  Here’s a list of all our gigs, including the March 18th launch of our new CD Since Maggie Dooley Learned the Hooley Hooley.  Good times ahead!!!

3/4/2011 — The St. Pat’s For All Benefit Concert

Time: Pre-event reception at 6:00 pm, Concert at 7:00 pm.

The annual fundraiser in support of the inclusive St. Pat’s For All Parade taking place Sunday, March 6 in Sunnyside. St. Pat’s For All celebrates the diversity of the Irish and Irish American communities of New York. For tickets and more information, contact Brendan or Kathleen at info@stpatsforall.com

Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51 Street, NY NY 10019

3/6/2011 – WSHSO appearance on Ceol na nGael, WFUV, 90.7 FM

Time:  We’ll be on the air sometime between 12 noon and 2 pm Eastern time.

Tune in to 90.7 FM, or click HERE to listen to streaming audio via the internet.

3/10/2011 – St. Patrick’s Cathedral Irish Heritage Concert

Time: 7 pm

Free concert featuring St. Patrick Choir, Mick Moloney and friends, and the WSHSO.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral is located on Fifth Avenue between 50th and 51st Streets.  Come early, it’s a big place!

3/11/2011Tribute to the Famous McNultys

Time: 8 pm

The WSHSO joins Mick Moloney and friends to celebrate the McNulty family, the last of the great vaudevillians in America. For more info, click HERE.

Click HERE for tickets (only a very few left).

Symphony Space Peter Jay Sharp Theater, 2537 Broadway at 95th Street.

3/12/2011Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Time:  noon

WSHSO will play for the reception following the Gaelic mass at noon.  No charge, but donations will be accepted.

Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral is located at 263 Mulberry Street (between Prince and Houston Streets).

3/18/2011 – Blarney Star Concert Series:  WSHSO CD Launch Concert

Time: 9 pm (arrive early, it’s a small place)

Launch of our new CD, Since Maggie Dooley Learned the Hooley Hooley, which features a great selection of traditional tunes and songs, many from the Golden Age of Irish-American music-making in the 1920s and ’30s.

Admission $15 at the door. Free to members of Glucksman Ireland House and those with an NYU ID.

Glucksman Ireland House, 1 Washington Square Mews (Fifth Avenue just south of 8th St.)

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