CELEBRATE SAINT PATRICK’S DAY AT THE BEEHIVE with special guests!!!
MARCH 17th, 2016
6.30pm to 8.30pm: Elizabeth and Ben Anderson Duo
Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a Celtic fiddle and cello duo, has been gaining an enthusiastic following in the Boston area and throughout New England. Blending Scottish and Irish tunes with lively rhythms and innovative harmonies, they create a sound rooted in tradition, inspired by the contemporary, and completely original. On stage, they captivate audiences with their ability to effortlessly communicate musical nuances as only siblings can.
9PM: Katie McD & the Irish Cross-County Band
The ever-upbeat and fun-loving Galway native, Katie McD and her dynamic Irish Cross-County Band, is a stellar blend of traditional Celtic, contemporary and original music. It’s a diva-rich troupe this year with three talented ladies and one equally talented gent! Enjoy an entertaining glimpse of Ireland with the lilting vocals of Katie McD; ‘stories from home’ told by the ever witty, good looking bodhran player and Tipperary native, Martin Butler ; joined by the talented Danielle Kleeman, Vermont native, on vocals, flute and piano. The concert features special guest, Elize Boeur, Vancouver native, who is a thoroughly unique breed of fiddler. She ties together diverse influences with a deceptively light touch – her distinctive, silvery tone, toe tapping rhythm and vibrant tone murmur Donegal & Scandinavian fiddle styles among others. Stomp the night away with the magical convergence of talent! Get your green on and bring your groove – You are in for a real Irish treat!
MARCH 14th, 2016
Come join us for a Saint Patrick’s Day Celebration for kids! A taste of Ireland for kids with music, story & crafts.
The Golden Chickpea Learning Center is a wonderful play space for kids.
The Event runs from 10am to 12pm.
The Golden Chickpea Learning Center, 224 Washington St, Brookline, MA. Phone: 617 505 6996
Well, it is hard to believe it is that time of the year again! The Shamrocks are out! Wishing you all a happy St Patrick’s Weekend and if you plan on joining the festivities, then we have a few in store for you!
Come join us for a pint and a bit of fun, folly, songs & stories. It is going to be a blast!!The Line up for the Band is Katie McD on guitar/vocals/bodhran, Martin Butler on bodhran/guitar, Danielle Kleeman on bvocals/flute/piano and Dan Kellar on fiddle/guitar.
March 14th Private Event: Wedding in Cohassett 2pm
March 15th Old Ship Coffeehouse in Hingham 8pm
March 16th The Banner Pub in Rockland 4.30pm
March 17th The Beehive in Boston 8pm
Erin Go Beehive!!!!
Katie McD Band Live at the Beehive in Boston on St Patrick’s St. Patrick’s Day at 8pm.
The Beehive in Boston, MA Partners with the Boston Irish Tourism Association for Authentic St. Patrick’s Day Dining & Entertainment! On Monday, March 17th, 2014 The Beehive will present its 7th annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities from 5:00PM – 1:00AM in partnership with the Boston Irish Tourism Association (BITA). St. Patrick’s Day at The Beehive means an evening of authentic entertainment including a live performance from Boston-based Katie McD, Irish-inspired drinks, à la carte food specials from Executive Chef Marc Orfaly and an evening like The Beehive can create. The claim from inside the ‘hive’ is that while there will be plenty of surprises, this will not be your typical Irish fest. “No green beer…but what we are planning is a sophisticated evening of amazing Irish comfort food and authentic, world-class, Irish entertainment for a mature audience,” said Co-Owner, Jack Bardy. And “authentic” is the key word! The Beehive has landed the stamp of approval again for this year’s event from the Boston Irish Tourism Association. “We’ve been more than happy to get involved with The Beehive and their annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities, and we’re looking forward to the amazing food and festivities planned!” said Colette Quinlin, Managing Director of the Boston Irish Tourism Association. MUSIC: One of the many St. Patrick’s Day surprises at The Beehive will be a special performance from Katie McD. Originally from Galway, Ireland, Katie McD has quickly established herself as a major part of the Boston music scene. Her journey to America provided inspiration for interpretations of traditional Irish folk music as well as her original compositions. Her unique style interlaces luscious textures with ethereal vocals and thought-provoking lyrics that capture both imagination and heart. As a truly gifted troubadour, Katie weaves together intricate tales of the human experience that make her an Irish talent to be reckoned with. FOOD/DRINK: In addition to serving the regular menu Chef Marc Orfaly has created several à la carte specials including: Corned Beef & Cabbage Flatbread with Sauerkraut & Cheese, Finaan Haddie Smoked Fish & Chips with Malt Vinegar Aioli & Slaw and Grilled Lamb Chops with Colcannon Mashed Potatoes just to name a few. Dinner reservations are recommended. No cover charge, and both the upstairs and downstairs bars will be open for service. www.beehiveboston.com
3rd Annual Celtic Christmas Concert in St. Augustine’s Chapel
The 3rd annual Celtic Christmas Concert will be held in St. Augustine’s Chapel, to benefit the South Boston Youth Ambassadors ‘Young art Arts’ programs, on Saturday evening at 7pm, December 21, 2013. The historic 192-year-old gothic revival styled St. Augustine Chapel is located in South Boston, on Dorchester Street between West Sixth and Tudor streets. Young at Arts is co-sponsored by the South Boston Community Health Center and the South Boston Arts Association.
Katie McD and her Cross-County Band perform an upbeat Irish flavored variety show with a mixture of traditional Celtic, Christmas and popular Irish music and song. The talented trio journey through Christmas in Ireland with ballads from the lilting vocals of Katie McD, poems and ‘stories from home’ told by the ever-witty bodhran player, Martin Butler and the foot stomping Irish fiddle tunes of Dan Kellar.
Celtic Christmas in the Chapel will be held at 7.00pm, December 21, 2013 at the St. Augustine’s Chapel, 181 Dorchester Street, South Boston.Tickets for the concert are $20. Limited seating at the Chapel suggests advance purchases and early arrival at the chapel.Tickets may be reserved by calling: Mayra Rodriguez Howard at 617 484-7423, Linda Doran at 617 464-7463 or Dan McCole at 617 464-4237.