At the Worcester Hibernian Cultural Centre:
Direct from Co. Kery comes singer Mossie Scanlon, a celebrated performer, teacher, and keeper of an ancient singing tradition.
Muiris “Mossie” Scanlon grew up between the sacred Mount Brandon and the ocean in the heart of the Dingle Gaeltacht (Irish speaking region). After a brief career in the Irish Naval Service, he spent time working and living in England before settling in Australia where he worked and raised his family.
A co-founder of the Irish Language Association of Australia, he is a respected Irish language enthusiast and promoter as well as an author and singer.
Cian O Morain is one of the new generation of Irish musicians. Also hailing from the Dingle peninsula he grew up surrounded by music and song and from a young age developed a passion for Irish culture and tradition. He is a multi-instrumentalist, playing low whistles, guitar and uilleann pipes.
Regina Delaney is an Irish harper, singer, and dancer. She plays traditional Irish music on the harp and sings in Irish and English. Regina sings in the sean nos style and also accompanies herself on the harp.
Saturday, August 3 at 4:00 pm in the Galway Room (lower floor)
More Information : Contact Helen Foley at 508-799-7775 or firstname.lastname@example.org