IAC Commissions: Joanie Madden's "Spanish Point"

The public premiere of an original composition by Joanie Madden, the Bronx-born, three-time Grammy winner and founder of Cherish the Ladies. Performed with Cherish the Ladies and filmed on location at Spanish Point, West Clare, Ireland.

Live From Irish Arts Center: Encore | Inni-K's "Sweet Geranium"

Indie-folk artist Inni-K brought her “effervescent folk pop” and “smile-inducing tracks” (Irish Times) to her NYC debut in winter of 2019, including this sweet single.

Irish Arts Center Poem of the Week: Julie Morrissy's "The Blue One"

Finding clarity in a tiki bar above Times Square.

By Memory Inspired: Mick Moloney's Songbook | "Windmills"

A brief history of how the folk revival of 1960s Ireland helped give birth to the Irish pub scene in America, plus a classic from the repertoire.

By Memory Inspired: Mick Moloney's Songbook | "McNally's Row of Flats"

Our second season of Mick Moloney's Songbook kicks off with a quintessential Irish American story: tenement life in 1800s New York City​. Originally performed by Ned Harrigan and Tony Hart, the dominant musical theater duo of their time, and penned by Harrigan and David Braham, "McNally's Row of Flats"—and the colorful history from which it came—is explored here by Mick and special guests Brenda Castles, Billy McComiskey, and Haley Richardson.

Irish Arts Center Poem of the Week: Sharon Olds' "Ode to the Clitoris"

The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Sharon Olds reads a verse from Odes, her 2016 collection of praise to the body. Recorded at IAC's 8th annual PoetryFest.

Live From Irish Arts Center: Encore | Michelle Walker, "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover"

The renowned vocalist Michelle Walker performed in the fall 2019 installment of IAC jazz series Tobin’s Run on 51, as a special guest of curators Christine Tobin and Phil Robson’s. Here from that evening's program is her rendition of a Paul Simon classic.

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