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Zhenya NYC Irish Singers' Session June 30 (17) NYC Irish Singers' Session June 30 25 Jun 08


Date change! The July singers' session is actually being held on June 30. That's because some people will still be away for the holiday weekend on July 7, when it would normally be held.

Here's a refresher of last month's message:

If you live in the New York City area, or you're visiting, and you're interested in Irish traditional singing, you're welcome to join us at our monthly singers' session. (Listeners are welcome too.)

It's a monthly Irish style singers' session that's been going on for awhile. Here are the details:

The session USUALLY meets the first Monday of every month, at Paddy Reilly's Pub in Manhattan - corner of 2nd avenue and E. 29 street.

People start gathering about 6:30 P.M. - singing usually gets started between 6:45-7:00. The session generally runs until sometime between 9:00 and 9:30.

People sing mainly Irish songs, with the occasional Scottish or
Appalachian song in the mix. This is largely solo singing, although
people will sometimes join in on choruses. However, if solo singing
isn't your cup of tea, you can ask people to join in up front. It's a very friendly group, and if you give us a song, you're sure to get a round of applause!


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