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Celtic Songs with String Quartet to Arrive at the Roycroft Chapel

When the press release for Owen Ó Súilleabháin’s program, “An Evening of Celtic Songs with Strings,” on March 20 at the Roycroft Chapel came over the transom at 710 Main St., I volunteered to find out more about the event.

After all, we Western New Yorkers are suckers for an Irish lilt. Folks from the Emerald Isle can make words like Cheektowaga or even Lackawanna, which sound like crows having a bad day when spoken by us, sound like honey dripping from a spoon. And when the Irish break into ...

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