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Bertha Hope and Mary McPartlan in Concert

Admission:
$24 IAC member and NUIG group /
$30 non-member


 

Bertha Hope and Mary McPartlan in Concert

Mary McPartlan, vocals
Bertha Hope, piano

Thursday, November 14 | 8 pm

Irish Traditional singer and Fulbright Scholar Mary McPartlan and legendary jazz pianist Bertha Hope will perform an evening of American blues, folk, and Irish songs. The concert will see both their styles and history merging together to create a new earthy, colorful and playful canvas for these two genres.

Bertha and Mary make their debut at the Irish Arts Center on November 14th before invited alumni guests from National University of Ireland Galway and guests and friends of the Irish Arts Center.



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