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Jun 14, 2023


Potters Craft Cider

The Blue Ridge Irish Music School and WTJU FM present: Angelina Carberry, Dan Brouder & Brendan Mulvihill

The Blue Ridge Irish Music School presents:

Angelina Carberry, Dan Brouder & Brendan Mulvihill

Potter's Craft Cider, 1350 Arrowhead Valley Rd, Charlottesville

Wednesday, June 14th 7:00 p.m.

$15/Advance, $20/at the door

Workshops with Angelina and Dan on Thursday, June 15th.

Angelina Carberry (banjo) was born in Manchester, England into a County Longford family steeped in traditional music. Starting on the tin whistle, she later moved onto the banjo following in the footsteps of her father Peter and grandfather Kevin Carberry. Angelina moved to Galway in the late 90’s where she recorded the highly acclaimed album Memories from the Holla with her father Peter on accordion and John Blake on guitar and piano., and in 2021 Angelina received the prestigious TG4 Gradam Ceoil, Ceoiltor na Bliana / Musician of the Year.   

Brendan Mulvihill (fiddle) Brendan's roots in Irish music run deep. Brendan's grandmother, Bridgid Mulvihill, nee Flynn, was a fiddler and her brothers were all musicians as well. Brendan's father, the late National Heritage Fellow Martin Mulvihill of County Limerick, Ireland, was a renowned fiddle player and one of the most highly respected Irish music teachers in America. 

Dan Brouder (accordion) is a well-respected exponent of the West Limerick accordion style from Monagae, a parish on the outskirts of Newcastle West. A musician who is highly regarded among his contemporaries for his musical honesty and the joy he passes on through the music he plays and cherishes, Dan learned his music in the surrounding parishes of Ardagh, Carrigkerry, and Glin on the Sliabh Luachra boundary from accordion player Donal de Barra and concertina player Timmy Collins from West Limerick.

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