Cleveland POPS Presents CIARÁN: A ST. PATRICK'S CELEBRATION, 3/15
Lovers of Irish Music and St. Patrick's Day celebrations will enjoy Cleveland POPS presentation of "CIARÁN: A ST. PATRICK'S CELEBRATION." The concert will be performed at Severance Hall on Saturday, March 15th at 8:00 P.M. Starring along with conductor Carl Topilow and the Cleveland POPS orchestra will be Dublin-born Ciarán Sheehan, a glorious tenor and one of Broadway's most celebrated Phantoms of the musical "Phantom of the Opera." The Cleveland POPS Chorus will also be featured, along with Murphy Irish Dancers, and the Cleveland Firefighters Memorial Pipes & Drums. In addition, Lewis Zou, a thirteen-year-old piano virtuoso will perform. Mr. Zou is a 2013 Grand Prize winner of the Cleveland POPS Jean L. Petitt Memorial Music Scholarship Competition. Brendan Ring, owner of Nighttown Restaurant, will lead the audience in a sing-along of favorite Irish songs.
What:: Ciarán: Dublin to Broadway
When: Saturday, March 15, 2014. 8:00 PM
Where: Severance Hall
Cleveland POPS Orchestra - Carl Topilow, conductor
Cleveland POPS Chorus - William Zurkey, director
Guest Performers -Ciarán Sheehan, Cleveland Firefighters Memorial Pipes & Drums, Murphy Irish Dancers, Brendan Ring, Pianist Lewis Zou
About the Cleveland POPS Orchestra
The Cleveland POPS Orchestra has been entertaining audiences throughout greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio for over a decade. They are renowned for their exciting and innovative blend of popular music, standards, Broadway, show tunes, movie scores, swing and jazz performances. Each year they perform a five concert subscription series, a holiday concert and a special New Years Eve show. The Cleveland POPS is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization funded in part by grants from Ohio Arts Council and the residents of Cuyahoga County through Cuyahoga Arts & Culture. The Cleveland Pops office is located at 24000 Mercantile Blvd., Unit 8, Cleveland, Ohio 44122. They can be reached at 216-765-7677 or on the web atwww.clevelandpops.com.
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