Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, Mid-Atlantic Region

Celia in Concert / Celtic & More with Niall O’Leary, this Sun. Oct. 11, 7.30pm by midatlanticcce
October 8, 2009, 2:37 pm
Filed under: Concert, NYC

This just in from Niall O’Leary:

Singing classic Irish folk songs and original compositions:  Celia in Concert / Celtic & More
With Niall O’Leary (accordion, shoes, spoons, bodhran) as Special Guest.

Sunday October 11th, 7:30pm, $15
Mr. Dennehy’s/Downstairs
63 Carmine Street
Greenwich Village, New York City

Just east of 7th Avenue / Varick Street junction, just north of Houston Street. Subways, 1 to Houston Street , A, C, E, B, D, F to West 4th Street .

Also please note that the next Irish Music and Dance Social Evening at the Cupping Room Cafe in SoHo is Wednesday October 28 at 7pm!

“Celia’s music calls Women to their glory and Men to their hearts.”
– Marianne Williamson author of ‘A Return to Love’

“Celia is an ambrosia of vitality flowing from sweet to sass with the utmost of grace”
– Gemma, “A Million Voice Choir”

“Celia is a bright light with strong song writing and a voice to die for!”
– Shawna Carol, Goddess Chant

Celia is a singer, songwriter, actress, and storyteller who dishes up the most delicious concoction of the silly and the sacred. She is an amazing multi-faceted artist. From powerful, heart-felt vocals to wacky comedic improvisations, you honestly never know what will happen with Celia on stage. Think Enya meets Tori Amos meets GildaRadner.

Celia has opened for notable authors: Neale Donald Walsch, Marianne Williamson, Dr. Masaru Emoto, and Sonia Choquette, provided live music for the Off-Broadway production of “Rum and Vodka”, received a “Best Storytelling CD” nomination for “Irish Tales” by the International Just Plain Folks Awards (The Grassroots of Grammies). Her “Symbol” song as been named the “Anthem for the Veteran Pentacle Quest” in support of Religious tolerance and acceptance.

Celia is currently on tour with her 5th album; “Red, Alabaster and Blue”. Other releases include “Fire in the Head”, “Irish Tales”, “Breathe”, and “Live at the Rock N Soul Café”. No matter how many times you think you’ve seen Celia, you can never predict what she will do and how deeply she can reach into the soul of an audience.


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