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Mick Moloney & Athena Tergis: Workshop/Talk/Concert

Folk, Irish/Celtic, Experimental (Incl. All Music Forms)

Get ready for an incredible day of music! Find out all about Irish and Jewish influences on musical theatre in America at an Illustrated Talk with Mick Moloney. If you are a fiddle player, don't miss Athena's Celtic Fiddle workshop in the morning. The day culminates with a concert featuring traditional Irish and Scottish tunes and songs. Come to one, two, or all three events! 11:00am: Celtic Fiddle Workshop with Athena Tergis I have attended many of Athenaís fiddle workshops at Lark in the Morning music camp, and she is my absolute favorite teacher. Her teaching is as dynamic as her fiddling. Donít miss this!!! 1:00pm: Illustrated Talk with Mick Moloney If It Wasnít for the Irish and the Jews: Exploring Irish and Jewish Historical Music Links and Influences on Musical Theatre, Vaudeville, and Tin Pan Alley 3:00pm: Concert: Traditional Irish Music Mick Moloney & Athena Tergis Mick Moloney and Athena Tergis have been musical collaborators for over fifteen years. Their close musical interplay leave audiences on the edge of their seats while embarking on a musical journey to Ireland, Scotland and America through tunes, songs & stories. Originally from Limerick Ireland, Mick Moloney is a National Heritage Award-winning musician, author and producer of over 40 albums. He holds a Ph.D. in folklore and is currently Global Distinguished Professor of Irish Studies and Music at NYU. Awarded the Presidential Distinguished Service Award and the TG4 Outstanding Contribution award in 2014, Mick Moloney continues to inspire, teach and perform at the highest level. Native to San Francisco, Athena Tergis released her first album of original and Scottish music at sixteen before moving to Ireland, immersing herself in the music. She has toured with the Sharon Shannon Band, Riverdance, the Clarence Clemons band, The Green Fields of America and many more. Reservations are required. Your entire contribution goes to the artist. Call 530/885-4292 or email info@AuburnHouseConcerts.org for reservations and directions.