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PEN World Voices Festival street fair on Washington Mews featuring Irish language song workshop with Pádraig Ó Cearúill

Friday, May 3rd, 2013, 12:00 p.m.

at outdoors on Washington Mews

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A native Irish speaker from Gaoth Dobhair in Co. Donegal, Ireland, Pádraig Ó Cearúill is the Senior Irish Language Lecturer at Glucksman Ireland House NYU and a winner of NYU's Golden Dozen Teaching Award. Pádraig frequently uses traditional, or sean nós, songs to teach Irish language in the classroom and leads annual sean nós song workshops at Glucksman Ireland House. Join him for a session outdoors on Washington Mews as part of PEN World Voices Festival's street fair!

The ninth Annual PEN World Voices of International Literature: 2013

Please view the entire program of events here.

100 writers from 25 nations convene to New York to celebrate the power of the written word in action. The program features performances, discussions, one-on-one conversations, and readings at venues crisscrossing the city, from Harlem to Wall Street, including the festival hubs -- The Standard, New York; The Standard, East Village; and the High Line. See www.pen.org/festival.

Free admission.

No RSVP requested. Outdoor stage on Washington Mews between 5th Ave and University Place.

Rain location: NYU's Hemmerdinger Hall in Silver Center, 100 Washington Sq East.

All events are supported by members of Glucksman Ireland House. Become a member.