1916 Centenary Concert

This Saturday, February 27, 7 pm

J oin Irish Folklorist and musician Mick  Moloney  (vocals, guitar, mandolin, tenor banjo, octave mandolin) accompanied by  fiddler Athena Tergis  (5 string fiddle) playing tunes and songs from both sides of the Atlantic that especially  commemorate Ireland's 1916 Rebellion against British rule.  Limerick-born Moloney holds a Ph.D. in folklore and folklife from the University of Pennsylvania and currently teaches at New York University in the Irish Studies program as well as maintaining an active performing career. Athena Tergis moved to Ireland when she was 18 and became principal fiddler in Riverdance Broadway.

Saturday, 7 pm,  at the University of Washington's Brechemin Auditorium
Tickets $20 pp

Co-sponsored by The Irish Heritage Club and 
The University of Washington Ethnomusicology Program