Salon Éire 100
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01 May 2016— 31 May 2016

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Salon Éire 100

The New York Public Library For the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center
40 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York,
NY 10023
United States

SALON ÉIRE 100
Salon Éire 100 is a programme of multidisciplinary events in May 2016 in New York. Supported by Culture Ireland as part of the Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme. It includes art, photography, literature, poetry and music.
Please note entrance is free for all events but by reservation only: reservations@nypl.org/lpa/events. Booking opens in April 2016.

POETRY IRELAND 100 
FRIDAY, MAY 13 -  7 PM
An evening of Irish poetry hosted by Professor Clair Wills, Irish literature and culture expert, featuring many classic and well-loved poems alongside the 2016 chosen participant of Poetry Ireland's programme "Introductions’. Read and performed by poets, performers and actors, including Nick Laird, Iarla Ó’Lionáird and Sinéad Morrissey. Join us on a journey through one hundred years of Irish poems.
THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT LINCOLN CENTRE - Cafe Space

NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN: 21ST CENTURY IRISH WRITERS ON TRANSFORMATIONS PERSONAL & PUBLIC
FRIDAY, MAY 27 -   7PM
Ireland is a microcosm of our planet's social and political upheavals from World War One to the present--religion, gender, sexuality, tribe, class, national and transitional identity. From colony to Celtic tiger, writers have chronicled and critiqued the conventional wisdoms, inner and outer, that characterize the nation and the state of Ireland, continually poised between the old and the new. Join this wide ranging conversation, hosted by publishing icon Richard Nash, with the next generation of Irish writers including Liz Nugent and Danielle McLaughlin, sorting out what it means to be Irish, to be a writer.
Reservations at nypl.org/lpa/events & the welcome desk. Booking opens in April 2016.
THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS AT LINCOLN CENTRE - Bruno Walter Auditorium

OUT OF THE ASHES : CONOR LINEHAN IN RECITAL
THURSDAY,  MAY 19 -   6PM
Conor Linehan, acclaimed pianist and composer of the Abbey Theatre-Ireland’s National Theatre, offers a musical exploration of one hundred years.  In this informal concert, Conor performs music from the period of the 1916 Easter Rising up to contemporary music from Ireland in 2016. This concert promises to be an entertaining, moving, and informative musical account of Irish history.
Bruno Walter Auditorium
Entrance to the Bruno Walter auditorium is at 111 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10023.

REBEL REBEL  - Anu Productions
Tuesday, 10th  MAY - 7pm 
American Irish Historical Society: 991 Fifth Avenue, (Btw 80th & 81st Streets), New York, NY, 10028. www.aihs.org/events

THEATER 100 - by Conor Linehan with Clare O'Malley
IN RECITAL: TUES 17th MAY - 7 PM
American Irish Historical Society: 991 Fifth Avenue, ( Btw 80th & 81st Streets),   New York, NY, 10028. www.aihs.org
A musical journey through Irish theatre with Conor Linehan and mezzo soprano, Clare O'Malley featuring original music composed by Conor Linehan for ‘The Plough & The Stars’ (O'Casey),  ‘Deirdre’ (W.B. Yeats), ‘The Dead’ (James Joyce) , ‘Aristocrats’ (Brian Friel), ‘Last Days Of A Reluctant Tyrant’ (Tom Murphy) and ‘The Cordelia Dream’ (Marina Carr).

Please follow the link for the full list of programmes:

http://www.saloneire100.com/calendar.html