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WGBH’s A Christmas Celtic Sojourn to Return to The Hanover Theatre

Thursday, September 25, 2014

 

WGBH’s “ A Christmas Celtic Sojourn with Brian O’Donovan” will return for its twelfth season this December.

The show is based on the popular 89.7 WGBH radio program.

“This year’s ‘A Christmas Celtic Sojourn’ combines the best of all worlds,” said O’Donovan. “It is the finest of musicians, singers, dancers and storytellers of Celtic traditions, as we always bring. But this year, we’re going even further in exploring how those traditions have crossed over evolved here in the U.S., giving us an entirely new set of musical gifts.”

Music and singing

Seamus Eagan, music director, will return with his group Solas.

Other musicians will include Winifred Horan on fiddle; Johnny Connolly, from Connemara in Galway, on accordion; and Eamon McElholm, of County Tyrone, with Chico Huff on bass.

The 12th season of “A Christmas Celtic Sojourn” features, for the first time, the internationally recognized vocal duo Lumiere, direct from County Kerry. Well

Dance

Cara Butler and Nathan Pilatzke will demonstrate Celtic dance. Students of the Harney Academy of Irish Dance in Walpole will also take the stage.

Tickets

Tickets are now available here for for $25-$85; station member discounts apply.

 

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