LCCC Presents: Eileen Ivers

Sunday, Oct. 3 at 7 pm

Grammy-Awarded and Emmy-nominated, Eileen Ivers continues to push the fiddling tradition boundaries from a folk music staple to a fiercely fresh, powerfully beautiful, intensely driving world stage experience. She'll perform with her immensely talented four-piece band, Universal Roots, in person at the LCCC -- an intimate performance with one of the best Celtic musicians in the world. Well-spaced table seating for this in-person event. The rollicking opening act to the 2021-22 LCCC Celtic Series. 

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Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter

Thursday, Nov. 4 at 7 pm

Enjoy a spellbinding evening with this engaging, multi-instrumentalist duo, playing Celtic Harps, Swedish Nyckelharpa, Ukrainian Bandura, Bouzouki, Cittern and more. They have performed with some of the biggest names in folk and acoustic music and have sold more than a million albums combined. 

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AJ Lee & Blue Summit

Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 7 pm

Led by singer, songwriter, and mandolinist, AJ Lee, the bluegrass band has performed all over the world. Although falling loosely under the bluegrass label, AJLBS generally plays sans banjo, with Sullivan Tuttle and Jesse Fichman on steel stringed acoustic guitars, AJ on mandolin, Jan Purat on fiddle, and Chad Bowen on upright bass.

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LCCC Presents: A Celtic Christmas

Thursday, Dec. 9 at 7 pm

Celebrate the season with Men of Worth (Donnie Macdonald and James Keigher), along with Maureen Brennan (Celtic Harp), Kevin Carr (Fiddle, Uillean Pipes) and Kelsey Wilson O'Bryan (Champion Irish Step Dancer). 

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Andrew Finn Magill & Dave Curley

Thursday, Jan. 27 at 7 pm

Dave Curley, a multi-instrumentalist and singer from Galway, Ireland has collaborated with everyone from Grammy award winners Moya Brennan of Clannad to Ross Holmes of Mumford and Sons. Andrew Finn Magill is a 2019 North Carolina Arts Council Fellow, Ropeadope Recording artist and has been featured on MTV and NPR. Their original acoustic music has an Irish foundation but draws on a myriad of influences. Come hear two of the most exciting young musicians in the U.S. for a night of original music.

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Sunday, Feb. 20 at 2 pm

Swirling border pipes, raging fiddle, thunderous guitar and three rich voices blend to create a sound energetic enough to tear the roof off. After 20 years of touring, the Scottish trio Cantrip has found a character like no other. Echoes can be heard of trad music from the 1960s and 70s, but the years have slowly infested their music with the sounds of funk, metal, bluegrass, swing, and even klezmer. Dan Houghton, Jon Bews and Eric McDonald stir the elements in a witches’ cauldron, slowly coalescing into chaotic order.

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Gerry O'Connor & Richard Mandel

Tuesday, April 26 at 7 pm

Renowned trad fiddler Gerry O’Connor is a four-time winner of The Fiddler of Oriel and co-founder of the Ceol Chairlinn, an annual teaching festival in Carlingford, Co Louth. With a focus on his local music of Oriel, he is known world-wide as a soloist and as a founder band member of Lá Lugh, Skylark and Oirialla. He has recorded 14 albums with his first solo album Journeyman hailed as a landmark album of Irish fiddle music, and has performed with all of the leading performers of the Irish music world including members of the Chieftains, Boys of the Lough, Planxty, De Dannan and Bothy Band. 

He'll perform with guitarist Richard Mandel, who is a first-call accompanist for legendary Irish musicians including Paddy Keenan, Jimmy Keane, Gerry O'Connor, Mick Moloney, Paddy O'Brien, Tony DeMarco and many others. Richard plays in the trio Three Mile Stone with mandolinist Marla Fibish and fiddler Erin Shrader, and can be heard on Christa Burch's CD “Love of the Land” and Radim Zenkls, “Restless Joy”.

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