Aine Mulvey

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  • Songs of Ireland, Irish Cultural Center, Phoenix, Arizona

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    Áine Mulvey (Mezzo-Soprano) and Anne-Marie O’Farrell (harp) present “Songs of Ireland” at the Irish Cultural Center in Phoenix, Arizona, as part of the “I am Ireland” cultural event marking the centenary of the 1916 Rising. The programme explores both traditional repertoire and Art Songs that grew out of a attempt to define a Nationalist culture that […]

  • Songs of Ireland, Christ the Lord Lutheran Church

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    Áine Mulvey (Mezzo-Soprano) and Anne-Marie O’Farrell (harp) present “Songs of Ireland” at Christ the Lord Lutheran Church, as part of the Living Music Performance Series held at the church. The programme commemorates the centenary of the 1916 Rising in Ireland, and explores both traditional repertoire and Art Songs that grew out of a attempt to define […]

  • Songs of Ireland, Musical Instruments Museum, Phoenix

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    Áine Mulvey (Mezzo-Soprano) and Anne-Marie O’Farrell (harp) present “Songs of Ireland” at the Musical Instruments Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, as part of the “I am Ireland” cultural event marking the centenary of the 1916 Rising. The programme explores both traditional repertoire and Art Songs that grew out of a attempt to define a Nationalist culture […]

  • Boulder Creek High School, Arizona

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    Guest Lecture Presentation on the Irish Uprising event with musical selections. As part of the outreach activities of their “Songs of Ireland” US tour, Áine Mulvey (mezzo-soprano) and Anne-Marie O’Farrell (harp) will present a concert of Irish music associated with the 1916 Rising to the students of Boulder Creek High School, in Anthem, Arizona.

  • Christ the Lord Lutheran Church

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    As part of their US tour, Áine Mulvey and Anne-Marie O’Farrell will provide music at the Sunday Services at Christ the Lord Lutheran Church, Carefree, Arizona. Services are at 8:00am and 10:30am, and the music will feature an Irish influence, giving the congregation a taste of what to expect at the “Songs of Ireland” recital.