The 17th annual Boston College Arts Festival, which runs April 23-25, 2015, kicks off this year with a performance by BC's Gaelic Roots program, run by master fiddler Seamus Connolly. The performance of Irish music with dancing takes place at O'Neill Plaza on campus, from noon to 12:45 on Thursday, April 23.
The three-day festival includes dozens of performances, ranging from music and dance to theater and art exhibits to literary readings and film showings. Here is a complete 2015 schedule.
The Gaelic Roots program was first introduced to Boston College by Seamus Connolly in 1990, and since then it has become one of the most important academic programs for the study of Gaelic music and dance.
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Find year round information on Irish cultural activities in greater Boston at IrishBoston.org.