Cherish The Ladies celebrates traditional Irish music, dance
SCOTTSDALE – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will present the enchanting Celtic ensemble Cherish the Ladies on Oct. 30 at Theater 4301 in downtown Scottsdale.
Named for a traditional Irish jig, Cherish the Ladies initially won recognition as the first and only all-women, Irish-American Celtic band. In a relatively short time, the group's members soon established themselves as musicians and performers without peer. With its unique blend of virtuosi instrumental talents, beautiful vocals, captivating arrangements and stunning step dancing, this powerhouse group combines all the facets of traditional Irish culture and puts them forth in an immensely humorous and entertaining package.
Cherish the Ladies has toured throughout North and South America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand and has shared the stage with James Taylor, Joan Baez, Emmy Lou Harris, The Chieftains and dozens of symphony orchestras. The band has been chosen "Best Musical Group of the Year" by the BBC and has recorded a dozen highly acclaimed albums, including the Grammy-nominated Celtic Album, a collaboration with the Boston Pops Symphony.
Single tickets are available for $38 online at www.scottsdale performingartsorg or through the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts box office at (480) 994-ARTS (2787).
Theater 4301 is located in the Galleria Corporate Centre at 4301 Scottsdale Road on the corner of Drinkwater Boulevard and Fifth Avenue in downtown Scottsdale, one block east of Scottsdale Road. Free parking is available in the Galleria Corporate Centre parking garage.
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will present the Irish-American ensemble Cherish the Ladies on Oct. 30, at Theater 4301 at the Galleria Corporate Centre in downtown Scottsdale.