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    Waterfront Performing Arts Series - Boston Opera Collaborative & Trine Cheile

    Presented by at Christopher Columbus Park

    August 21, 2012


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    Waterfront Performing Arts Series - Boston Opera Collaborative & Trine Cheile

    Join Boston Opera Collaborative as Boston's finest up-and-coming young artists perform arias and scenes from the operatic canon from 6-7pm.

    Tríne Chéile featuring Rosemary Caine - A mixed media eclectic Celtic band with an emphasis on arrangements of music from the ancient Celtic to cutting edge contemporary from 7-8pm.


    About Boston Opera Collaborative - is a company managed by its vibrant...

    Join Boston Opera Collaborative as Boston's finest up-and-coming young artists perform arias and scenes from the operatic canon from 6-7pm.

    Tríne Chéile featuring Rosemary Caine - A mixed media eclectic Celtic band with an emphasis on arrangements of music from the ancient Celtic to cutting edge contemporary from 7-8pm.


    About Boston Opera Collaborative - is a company managed by its vibrant artists, dedicated to cultivating exceptional performance opportunities beyond higher education and to producing dynamic opera that engages Boston audiences.

    About Tríne Chéile - was formed by local Irish harpist, Rosemary Caine. Caine’s original full-length musical, Wilde Irish Women, premiered to a full house at the Dundalk Theatre Festival in Ireland in 2004. She also composed the music for another musical, Women In Arms, which explores the role of women in the medieval Irish text, Táin Bó Cúailnge. Tríne Chéile’s lively quintet includes long-standing band member Jim Ferry on bass and vocals; guitarist, collaborator, and arranger of Caine’s music, Michael Morgan; percussionist and band philosopher Rob Terreden; and cellist Robin
    Pfoutz. Tríne Chéile plays an eclectic Celtic mix with an emphasis on arrangements of music from the ancient Celtic to cutting edge contemporary.


    Christopher Columbus Park

    105 Atlantic Avenue
    Boston, MA 02110

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    phone: 6176353911


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