The September 18th Livestream Show is made possible with the support of: the Brooklyn Arts Council, NYC Cultural Affairs, NY State Council on the Arts, American Immigration Council, Hopestreet, Mertz Gilmore Foundation,Howard Gilman Foundation.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- New York City, New York Jun 21, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Inspired by the Irish saying, “Ní neart go cur le chéile” (‘We are better together’), the Quiet Light Project is seeking submissions to honor people who have contributed to their Brooklyn community. The September Livestream September 18th event will include music and video to celebrate their contributions.
Nominees can be anyone from the bus driver who has an extra smile for passengers, to a grandparent who always has time for children, to people who volunteer in their neighborhoods. Our vision is to uplift and inspire audiences to be their own “quiet light” in their community.
In 200 words or less, tell us about the person you are nominating to be honored in the Quiet Light Project. What are they doing that is special? Include anything that helps tell the story – a photo, a phrase they say, or a specific memory you have. Our committee will accept admissions until August 8th through the contact page at www.celticfiddle.com
The livestream musical performance on September 18th at 5 pm EST is free and streaming information will be available at celticfiddle.com
The Quiet Light Project is made possible in part through the support of the Brooklyn Arts Council, NYC Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts, American Immigration Council, Hope street, Mertz Gilmore Foundation and the Howard Gilman Foundation.
Produced by Celtic fiddle-guitar duo Cady Finlayson & Vita Tanga, the show will include Spirited and soulful music as well as video and dance enhanced with wisdom and inspiration from the Ancient Celts. Performers participating include dancers from the Buckley School of Irish dance, percussionist Takafumi Nikaido, global guitar melodies by Vita Tanga, and Celtic fiddle by Cady Finlayson.
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