Talks Master Classes & Workshops

Intercultural Connections Series with Mick Moloney (November 2020)

The Story of the Magnificent Flanagan Brothers


This event is free thanks to the generosity of Irish Arts Center friends, members, and supporters. We welcome donations in any amount as a part of your registration.

Wed, Nov 18, 2020



Box office: 888-616-0274
10am-6pm, Monday-Friday


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The Flanagan Brothers were among the most brilliant and colorful Irish performers in America in the 20th century. Mick Moloney, who met Mike Flanagan in the late 1970s and helped make the brothers’ music accessible to a new generation of Irish musicians, gives a presentation on the family’s most memorable story, complete with audio recordings from their huge repertoire of songs, tunes, and vaudeville style skits.

One night only; must register to receive link to event. 

Musician and folklorist Dr. Mick Moloney presents the sixth edition of Intercultural Connections, his popular lecture series exploring the contributions of Irish artists in a global context.



Support for this program is also provided by The Irish Institute and Knights of St. Patrick.

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