New Dance Ireland: "The Dancer From the Dance"

Irish Arts Center and 92Y partnered in April 2019 to present New Dance Ireland: Choreographers of Nowness, a multi-event showcase of work by world-class Irish and Irish American choreographers representing a wide perspective on modern Irish identity. The weekend kicked off with "The Dancer from the Dance," a performance featuring Aoife McAtamney, Liam Ó Scanláin, Seán Curran, Mufutau Yusuf, and Oona Doherty followed by a panel discussion with Mary Nunan, Jean Butler, John Scott (curator), Seán, Linda Murray of New York Public Library, Oona, and moderator Siobhan Burke of the New York Times.

David Keenan Performs "James Dean"

A year after his SongLives debut, rising star David Keenan returned to Irish Arts Center in February 2019 for a two-night launch of his new album, Evidence of Living. Here he sings "James Dean."

The Lament for Art O'Leary: Horslips Perform "Trouble (with a Capital T)"

Celtic Rock legends Horslips took to the IAC stage in February 2019 for their first NYC show in 40 years. They composed and performed music for the theatrical reading of Paul Muldoon's translation of "The Lament for Art O'Leary," followed by a solo set of their most popular tunes. Here's "Trouble (with a Capital T)."

Phase One Construction: Video Update #4

Update from Gabriel

Phase One Construction: Video Update #3

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Phase One Construction: Video Update #2

Muldoon's Picnic Trailer

This critically-acclaimed variety show features a mixum-gatherum of music, prose fiction, poetry, high commentary, and low comedy. Based on the late 19th century New York show of the same name, Muldoon’s Picnic includes songs written by Paul Muldoon and performed by the house band, Rogue Oliphant.

Jingle Bells & Jackhammers

Aidan Connolly and Pauline Turley offer a holiday update from the New Irish Arts Center construction site.

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