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Fáilte Romhat A Dheoraí Dhil
(Welcome Dear Wanderer)

Tickets are free on a first-come, first-served basis throughout the day

Fáilte Romhat A Dheoraí Dhil
(Welcome Dear Wanderer)

An Artist Open House

Saturday, April 8 | 3 – 8 PM

"You're welcome here kind stranger..."

Join us for a celebration of New York City's multicultural landscape in an afternoon of music and words curated by David O'Rourke and Seth Abramson.

Donations to benefit Emerald Isle Immigration Center, a non-profit organization serving immigrants of all backgrounds.

Performers will include:

FULL SCHEDULE:

3:00 PM David O’Rourke, Opening remarks and performance
3:15 PM Monika Ryan, Vocals
3:30 PM Champian Fulton, Piano and vocals
3:45 PM

Young Voices, A variety of performances from some of our youngest artists

4:00 PM Paul Heaney, Guitar
4:15 PM Gabriel Donahue, Guitar and vocals
4:30 PM John Walsh, Tibetan Bowls
4:45 PM Nate Lucas, Organ
5:00 PM Lewis Nash, Conversation
5:15 PM Mick Moloney, Octave mandolin, banjo
5:30 PM Mia Alvar, Author
5:45 PM Victor Calderon, Guitar
6:00 PM

Young Voices, A variety of performances from some of our youngest artists

6:05 PM George Ziada & Zafer Atawael, Middle Eastern/Palestinian folk
6:20 PM Christine Tobin & Phil Robson, Vocals and Guitar
6:35 PM JSYO LaGuardia Kids, A variety of performances from some of our youngest artists
6:50 PM Damien Kelly & Jessica Lipstone, Classical guitar and flute
7:05 PM Eri Yamamoto, Piano
7:20 PM Abdoulaye Alhassane, Guitar and vocals
7:35 PM Finale

 

This is a family-friendly event

 



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