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Welcome to the
12th Annual Crossroads Irish-American Festival
February 28-March 29, 2015


* WEST COAST MUSICAL PREMIERE*


A Celtic Appalachian Celebration
Traditional Irish & American Old Time Music



Two Bay Area Performances Only

Crossroads is proud to present the West Coast Premier of a world-class musical performance in Berkeley and San Rafael for two nights only. This star-studded ensemble of international, national and local Irish and Appalachian musicians will explore the deep musical and cultural linkages between Ireland and Celtic Appalachia.  

Praised as a "stunning crowd pleaser", this ensemble performance has delighted sold-out audiences in New York City and Philadelphia many times over.

March 19, 2015
8pm
Freight & Salvage
2020 Addison Street @ Shattuck Street
Berkeley, California

By online: www.freightandsalvage.org
Charge by phone: 510-644-2020 x. 120


March 21, 2015
8pm
Marin Veteran's Memorial Auditorium
Marin Civic Center, 10 Avenue of the Flags
San Rafael, CA 94903

Buy on line: www.marincenter.org
Charge by phone: 415-473-6800

Click here for event details and a full schedule of Festival events for March 2015.




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HELP SUPPORT CROSSROADS To make an online credit card donation click on the button below and make a donation through our fiscal sponsor, Intersection for the Arts. At the donation page, on the pull down menu please select "Crossroads Irish-American Festival".

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The Irish Oral History
Archive of the San Francisco Bay Area

The Crossroads Irish-American Festival directs The Irish Oral History Archive of the San Francisco Bay Area.  This project is focused on the creation of a comprehensive archive featuring the life histories of all generations of Irish and Irish-American communities in this region.  In the initial phase of the project, we are reaching out to men and women who emigrated from Ireland during the 1930-1960s along with their Irish-American counterparts. 

Take a moment to view a sample from the archive, found below.  This is excerpt from a recording of John J. Moylan's life history.  This 9 minute video clip is taken from a longer (2 hour) interview that took place in John’s home on April 11, 2011.  The interview was conducted by Joan Cuddihy. 

To learn more about the Irish Oral History Archive of the San Francisco Bay Area, please click here.  If you or someone you know would like to be part of this project, please do not hesitate to contact us to answer any questions that you might have:  info@irishamericancrossroads.org  415/810-3774 or 707/235-9858




If you want to know more about the Irish Oral History Archive of the SF Bay Area please click here.

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