Celtic Crossroads to bring high energy show to the TCA on Sunday

Celtic Crossroads will perform at the Tecumseh Center for the Arts (TCA) on Sunday, April 7, beginning at 7 p.m. The performance has been described as a “high energy show,” featuring Celtic music and dance from Ireland, and is said to do for Irish music what “Riverdance” has done for Irish dance.More than 20 instruments will be utilized on-stage, featuring seven world-class musicians. Irish music genres represented include eastern European Gypsy, North American bluegrass, world Classical and Jazz, and various forms of Celtic music. The name of the group originates from a time in Ireland when neighboring communities met at the crossroads between towns and villages to socialize, long before the pub tradition began. The performance also includes bodhran rhythms, drumkit and cajon. The TCA is the last stop for Celtic Crossroads on its 78-city tour for this season.Tickets are still available at 423.6617, and online at www.thetca.org.

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