Brendan Mulvihill, Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder at Cellar Stage™ Timonium
All patrons, all ages must be masked.
Doors open at 7:00 pm. General admission seating. Tickets are available at the door without service fee if paid by cash or check.
**THIS EVENT HAS A STRICT REFUND POLICY. No refunds will be processed by Brown Paper Tickets more than 12 hours after the time of purchase without the authorization of the producer.**
Brendan Mulvihill's roots in Irish music run deep born to Irish parents in Northampton, England. His father, Martin Mulvihill, of County Limerick, Ireland, was a renowned fiddle player & teacher. Brendan first learned to play the fiddle from his father, in the Bronx at age 12. He went on to study with Pete Kelly of County Galway. In the 1970s Brendan traveled to Ireland & England playing throughout the country & building a repertoire of tunes. In 1972, he won the All Ireland Fiddle Championship. In 1975 Brendan returned to New York, where he soon began playing with accordion player Billy McComiskey & singer/guitarist Andy O'Brien. The three eventually made their way to Washington, DC/Baltimore, ostensibly for a week-long gig in The Dubliner pub as The Irish Tradition. The week turned into several years, & The Irish Tradition became a seminal influence in traditional music, helping to establish it as a permanent & integral part of Washington's & Baltimores musical fabric.
Angelina Carberry was born in Manchester, England into a County Longford musical family steeped in traditional music. Starting on the tin whistle, she later moved on onto the banjo following in the footsteps of her father Peter and Grandfather Kevin Carberry. Angelina moved to Galway in the late 90s where she recorded the highly acclaimed album Memories from the Holla with her father Peter on Accordion and John Blake on guitar and piano. Over the years, Angelina has developed a highly personal style with unique rhythmical characteristics. Her unmistakable banjo sound is captured on her solo CD, An Traidisún Beo & PluckinMad. She has taught master classes at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University Limerick, Scoil Eigse and the Willie Clancy Summer School and toured throughout Ireland, Europe, Japan, and North America that included appearances at major festivals.
Dan Brouder is a well-respected exponent of the West Limerick accordion style from Monagae, a parish on the outskirts of Newcastle West. He learned his music in the surrounding parishes of Ardagh, Carrigkerry & Glin on the Sliabbh Luachra boundary from accordion player Donal de Barra, Athea Co. Limerick & from flute players Francis OConnor & Donal OSullivan who learned their music from Peadlin Aherne, fiddle player & Pajo Gleesen flute player from the 1930s & 40s & whose styles are strongly bedded in West Limerick roots. He continued to learn a lot of music by ear in sessions all over Ireland. He has performed with various musicians at a number of festivals throughout the world (U.S.A., China, Russia, Spain, France, U.K., Austria, Norway, Holland, Thailand, Germany, Brussels & Italy). Dan is a musician held in high regard among his peers for his musical integrity & the enjoyment he passes on through the music he plays & cherishes.
The Cellar Stage™ Timonium at Timonium United Methodist Church (View)
2300 Pot Spring Rd
Timonium, MD 21093
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|