Muses ‘Celtic Spring’ Concert this Thursday March 10 in Texarkana [VIDEO]

0

An amazing performance of traditional and contemporary Irish, Scottish and English ballads and folk songs, amazing female lead vocalists, instrumentalists, young artists, and dance performances, in solos, duets, and all in the style of the Celtic Women. This Thursday in downtown Texarkana.

Thursday, March 10 at Cabe Hall (THRAC Building) at 321 West 4th Street at 7:00 pm.

Tickets are AVAILABLE.

Media Release:

The Muses Project of Hot Springs celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with “Celtic Spring”, Thursday, March 10, 7 pm at Cabe Hall. This 90 – minute concert is a unique blend of traditional and contemporary Irish, Scottish and English ballads and folk songs, featuring talented professional female lead vocalists, instrumentalists, young artists, and dance performances, in solos, duets, and various ensembles, all in the style of the Celtic Women.

Celtic & World Music present new settings of ageless folk songs, preserving shared cultural experiences, nature, faith and traditions about home, family, and fellowship. Treasured by old and young, alike, Celtic Lore abounds with tales of the sea, friendship, love, loss, and sacred blessings.

The Muses “Celtic Spring” concert features traditional favorites, such as, “Danny Boy”, “Parting Glass”, and “The Rocky Road to Dublin”, and moving sacred selections, “Be Thou My Vision”, “Gaelic Blessing”, and “The 23rd Psalm”. Professional instrumentalists, Irish harpist Shana Norton and flutist Adrienne Inglis of Austin, TX, pianist Kristen La Madrid, drummer Brandon Brockinton, and trombonist Steve Suter, are joined by sopranos, Deleen Davidson, Ruth’e Korelitz, Roxy Kirchhoff, Katy Yerina Brockinton, and Erica Shoelkopf, with talented dancers, and a mixed voice ensemble of Muses Young Artists. These extraordinary performers will touch your hearts as they present beautiful and uplifting music celebrating Gaelic beauty and tradition, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!

Celtic music lovers across the state and region, have given high praise for the charm, elegance, and spirited performances of the Muses “Celtic Spring”. If you love Celtic music, you will not want to miss this delightful show of musical weavings that transport you to the Emerald Isles, and magical woodland glades filled with mystery, song, and dance!

Share.

About Author

After more than 30 years with radio and TV stations, I decided to do my own thing by blogging. It affords me the ability to stay super involved in the community, but still, have plenty of time with my 3 new granddaughters and other local projects.

Leave A Reply