|Info page on Ull Mor CCE —
The Manhattan branch of
Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann
Ull Mor CCE, was founded as the Manhattan branch of Comhaltas.by champion Irish dancer, architect, musician Niall O'Leary|
To contact Niall, please email:
Ull Mor CCE
• Currently runs no Weekly Traditional Music Session
• The New York Traditional Singers' Circle
Founded by Dan Milner and Niall O'Leary, is now hosted each month by Louise Walsh, a fine singer originally from Dublin. Louise has also taught song classes at the Irish Arts Center. The Singers' Circle is an informal occasion where singers are encouraged to sing any folk song they like, most people sing unaccompanied, but feel free to bring an instrument! But everyone shouldn't feel they have to sing, bring some friends to listen also, free admission!
Next Singers' Circle with Louise Walsh: First Monday of every month at Paddy Reilly's, 2nd Ave. and 29th street, Manhattan
For further information on the Singers' Circle, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Louise Walsh at 917-731-3897
• Monthly Ceili
Every Third Saturday, 8:00PM
Music by Ceol na Croi Ceili Band
Informal "review lesson" at 7:00 PM.
New York Irish Center. 10-40 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.
By subway from Manhattan, take the number 7 to Vernon Blvd/Jackson Ave. (1st stop in Queens coming from Manhattan)
Discounted admission for all CCE members (any branch).
For information call 718 343 6955
Irish Language Classes presented by Ull Mor CCE:
Also at New York Irish Center. 10-40 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.
Congratulations to all the winners, especially branch members, in the Comhaltas Mid-Atlantic Region Fleadh Cheol and the All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil!
Ull Mor CCE All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil winners: First place Monica Beagon, member of Ull Mor CCE, winner of the All-Ireland senior singing competition at Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann in Clonmel!
|Ull Mor CCE was founded in 1997 as the “Big Apple” (Manhattan) Branch of Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann (pronounced coal-tis kyol-tory air-in), an international organization dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of Irish music, song, dance, language, and culture. Loosely translated, it means “gathering of Irish musicians.”
• Founded in Ireland in 1951, CCE now has more than 400 branches promoting the traditional arts of Ireland around the world. It has no religious or political agenda, and you do not have to be Irish to join or to attend our events.
• CCE is open to anyone interested in traditional Irish culture. New supporters are always welcome! All events offer a friendly, informal atmosphere that members of all ages will enjoy.
• Ull Mor, the Manhattan Branch of CCE, was founded in 1997. Champion dancer, architect and musician Niall O'Leary was the founding chairman. Other musicians who have played a role in the branch are: Marie Reilly, Kevin Moyna, Patrick Ourceau, Jack Coen, Jimmy Coen.
Ull Mor CCE became one of the most active in the northeast and mid-atlantic regions.
Feis Nua Eabhrac ar Oileain Staten:
Feis with dancing, music and singing competitions
Comhaltas North America
Comhaltas North American Convention St. Louis 2009
Where to hear the best Traditional Irish Music in NYC from Murphguide.com
Irish Music Concert Series in NYC
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