Traditional Irish Music at the Berger

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BEOGA with Tir Conaill Dancers perform on Saturday, Sept. 20 at 8 p.m.
Berger Performing Arts Center, 1200 W. Speedway Blvd.

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Beoga is one of Ireland's top traditional bands and returns after releasing their 10th anniversary CD Live at 10. They have five members and two are keyboardists or accordion players, giving the band a unique sound, in some cases a true honky-tonk sound, different than many Irish bands. Beoga means "lively" in Irish. They play traditional instruments on both traditional and original material, and have a lead vocalist, the woman Niamh Dunne who sings both modern and traditional songs. The other band members are Damian McKee on button accordion, Sean Og Graham on guitars, button accordion, mandolin, bouzouki and bass, Eamon Murray on bodhran and other percussion, Liam Bradley on piano, keys and backing vocals. Naimh Dunne is also the band's fiddler.
All reserved: Advance tickets $22; $20 seniors and TFTM members. in advance on line, www.inconcerttucson.com, or at 1-800-595-4849. Tickets also available at Antigone Books, 411 N. Fourth Ave., and the Folk Shop, 2525 N. Campbell Blvd. On line fee is $3 ticket. Door tickets $3 more: $25, $23 seniors and TFTM members.

Presented by In Concert!,Tucson. For disability seats or more information, call Don Gest at 981-1475.

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