Emmet Cahill performance to Celebrate St. Patricks Day

Published Friday, January 26, 2018 2:00 pm

Emmet CahillEmmet Cahill
One Night Only performance to benefit the Aisling Irish Community Center

Thursday, March 15 at 7:30 PM

St. Barnabas HS, 425 E 240th St. Bronx, NY  10470

Since beginning his career in America, he has been hailed as "Ireland’s Most Exciting Young Tenor". In 2011 Emmet began touring North America and Australia as lead singer with PBS Irish music phenomenon, Celtic Thunder, performing over 300 shows with the group to date. 

Over the past 2 years Emmet has embarked on his solo career, performing at theatres and festivals in over 80 cities throughout the United States and Canada, including symphony orchestra concerts in Florida, Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina. He recently signed his debut solo album to Sony Music USA. Upon nationwide release last February, the album went straight to #1 on The World Music Billboard charts, iTunes world music charts and on Amazon. The Album titled “Emmet Cahill’s Ireland” is comprised of beloved Irish classics and folk songs. 

In 2017, he was chosen to open the New York St.Patricks Day Parade, performing 'Danny Boy' on NBC television nationwide. He has appeared on many TV shows such as PBS, Fox TV, The Today Show and most notably by special invitation for the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. He was named ‘Irish tenor of the Year ‘ by the Irish American Music association in 2013. Emmet will make his concert debut at Carnegie Hall, New York on March 16th, but you get to see him here first on March 15th!

Tickets on Sale Now

$25 Early Bird by 2/14/18

$30 after 2/15/18

Tickets can be purchased Online  @ mobilecause link http://mcause.us/emmetcahill
Or Text emmetcahill to Purchase @  91999  
Or In-Person at the center; Aisling Irish Community Center, 990 McLean Ave. Yonkers, NY
914.237.5121  /  Aislingcenter.org

Contact info; Sharon Masciovecchio, 914-237-5121, fax 914-237-1723 www.aislingcenter.org

Aisling Irish Community Center is a community respite and resource center which was established in 1996 to provide assistance to the wave of Irish immigrants arriving in the Bronx, Yonkers, Queens and the entire tristate area. Over the years, the role of the Center has evolved into a fully-fledged social services organization catering not only to the Irish and Irish-American population, but also to the community at large. Aisling Center is one of the largest Irish immigrant resource centers in the tristate area and the main provider of services for the elderly Irish and Irish-American communities of Yonkers and Woodlawn. 

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