From Dublin to Waterbury (by way of Massachusetts) is the path Tom O’Carroll is taking to his performance at the Silas Bronson Library, 267 Grand St. Saturday, March 10th at 2:00 pm. It’s also the name of the program he will give in honor of Irish Heritage Month.
The Dublin-born folklorist, folk-singer and instrumentalist brings a wealth of stories, humor, wit and history to his performances. He has played at concerts, festivals, colleges, libraries and pubs all over the U.S., Canada, Ireland and in Seoul, South Korea. Whether playing a plaintive air on the tin whistle or singing and playing rousing traditional songs to the accompaniment of the guitar or the bodhrán (Irish drum), Tom will captivate all with his lively program of Irish culture.
The program is sponsored and funded by the Friends of the Silas Bronson Library. The public is invited. Admission is free.