The Irish Tenors Come To UPAC For St. Patrick’s Day

The Irish Tenors will be coming to UPAC on March 16, in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day and as part of Irish week in Kingston. Made up of Declan Kelly, Anthony Kearns, and Ronan Tynan, the group are acknowledged Celtic music kings since their burst into the scene after a 1998 PBS Special.

The tenor group is a part of a small list of people who have made big money for PBS through their appearance. With ten best-selling CDs from the group, The Irish Tenors rekindle the love of all things Irish in America and have opened the doors for many more Irish groups in the US.

UPAC is located on Broadway in Kingston in the heart of the city. Originally known as The Broadway or Community Theatre, the venue hosts a variety of musical acts and is home to the Hudson Valley Philharmonic.

The Irish Tenors will be performing at UPAC on March 16 as part of Irish week in Kingston and will be backed by the Hudson Valley Philharmonic symphony orchestra. Tickets are on sale here, and proof of vaccination is required.

The Irish Tenors sing “Danny Boy.”
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