February 24, 2010
IRISH LANGUAGE MASS AT SAINT PATRICK’S OLD CATHEDRAL
Saturday, March 13th, 2010, at 12 p.m., at Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral on Mott and Prince streets in Manhattan.
This Mass is co-sponsored by The New York Irish History Roundtable, NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House, and Saint Patrick’s Old Cathedral, on the corner of Mott and Prince streets in Manhattan.
As in previous years, we will have readings and liturgy in the Irish language. The mass will be celebrated by Fr. Aidan O’Driscoll of County Cork. There will be Irish liturgical music by Cantor Paddy Connolly and accompaniment by Jared Lamenzo on the Cathedral’s historic 1868 Erben organ.
After the Mass, the Washington Square Harp & Shamrock Orchestra will entertain the crowd with live ceili music, Ridgewood (New Jersey) Irish Dance, directed by Susan-Daly Stanek, will also perform, and refreshments will be provided.
Come and join us to celebrate the Feast of Saint Patrick! There is no charge to attend.
February 24, 2010
If It Wasn’t for the Irish and the Jews with Mick Moloney, Peter Quinn & Robert Sullivan
Tuesday, March 2, at 6:30 pm
Mick Moloney is a man of many talents — teacher, musician, and recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage fellowship — but perhaps his greatest gift to ethnomusicology has been his research into 19th and early 20th-century popular music.
If It Wasn’t for the Irish and the Jews sheds light on the unlikely collaboration between Irish and Jewish composers around the turn of the last century. Their efforts resulted in some of pre-Tin Pan Alley’s most popular ditties, as delightful today as they were when first written.
Join us as Moloney’s band performs some of these tunes and longtime friends Quinn and Sullivan (who sometimes sound like a Vaudeville act themselves) dive into this colorful history.
Albums will be available for purchase at the event, or you may buy a copy in advance for pick up on Tuesday. Visit the online shop or call 212-982-8420.
- This event will be held at the Angel Orensanz Foundation Center, 172 Norfolk Street between E. Houston and Stanton. Tickets are available at the door only. Seating is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
SUGGESTED DONATION $ 10 ($5 For Tenement Museum Members)
February 12, 2010
Next week at Glucksman Ireland House NYU: Colm Tóibín reads from Brooklyn Thursday, February 18th at 7pm Glucksman Ireland House NYU Recently named winner of Britain’s distinguished Costa Novel Award (formerly the Whitbread Prize), Colm Tóibín will read from his emigrant saga Brooklyn, the “poised, quiet and incrementally shattering” story about a young Irishwoman in the 1950s caught between a new life in New York and the pull of her homeland. Colm Tóibín is the author of five novels, including The Blackwater Lightship and The Master, both shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, and a collection of stories, Mothers and Sons. He is a regular contributor to the London Review of Books and the New York Review of Books; he has been a visiting professor at the University of Texas at Austin, at Stanford University, and at Princeton University. Free admission to Members of Glucksman Ireland House and to all students/faculty with a valid NYU I.D. card. For non-members: $10 donation at the door for the general event series. In order to ensure a seat at events, please RSVP to 212-998-3950 (option 3) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 3, 2010
You may find the calendar of programs for Glucksman/Ireland House at New York University on their website: