Sun, Mar 14 | YouTube Live!

Rose Clancy & Max Cohen: A Live-Streaming Saint Patrick's Day Concert of Traditional & Contemporary Celtic Music

Rose and Max present a live-streaming concert of traditional and contemporary Celtic Music featuring Rose’s driving fiddle style and Max’s innovative guitar and vocals. This concert promises to be a "toe tapping" uplifting hour of music! Tickets are $7.

Time & Location

Mar 14, 4:30 PM
YouTube Live!


Rose Clancy & Max Cohen: A Saint Patricks Day Concert Traditional & Contemporary Celtic Music comes to Music & More at the Cape Cod Museum of Art - Performed live, but for your safety, viewable live-streaming on You-Tube online only. 

Rose and Max present a concert of traditional and contemporary Celtic Music featuring Rose’s driving fiddle style and Max’s innovative guitar and vocals. This concert promises to be a "toe tapping" uplifting hour of music!

“We’re very happy to announce an addition to our ‘More’ this year, said Benton Jones, Director of Art.  “Attendees can enjoy this concert from the comfort and safety of their homes via a virtual concert link.”  

The Cape Cod Museum of Art’s popular “Music & More!” Concert Series, has been bringing joyful music to Cape Codders for 18 years. This winter and spring, Music & More presents live-streaming concerts monthly on Sundays at 4:30pm, and starting in June, we will  be having weekly Sunday afternoon concerts beginning at 4:30 pm in-person at the CCMoA, 60 Hope Lane, Dennis Village and also virtually.  Enjoy intimate concerts with musicians from a vast variety of disciplines, including swing, blue grass, Dixieland jazz, Celtic music, jazz standards and classical music. Tickets are $7 for a Virtual Link Ticket. Reservations are required, call 508/385-4477 x 20 or reserve online at 

Watch a video of Rose and Max: 

Performer Bios

An accomplished guitar player, Max Cohen has been playing and writing for the guitar for more than thirty years. His musicianship has drawn accolades from critics and fans alike.  As an accompanist, Max is always looking for something to engage the listener - a clever twist, an unusual chord or a poignant harmony.  As a performer, his attention to detail is what truly distinguishes him, as his playing is characterized by technical precision and exquisite tone. Max has played and toured all over the US and Canada. but currently he is living on Cape Cod where he is involved with the local traditional music scene.  These days Cohen is accompanying the likes of fiddler Rose Clancy, as well as Franco American fiddler Donna Hebert.   Max is also the regular accompanist of renowned folk singer Priscilla Herdman and he plays with the Martha's Vineyard based group The Misfits of Avalon.

Rose Clancy was born in New York into a musical family hailing from County Armagh, Ireland, an area immersed in Traditional Irish Music. Her musical career began at an early age performing with her family’s musical group, The Clancy Tradition.  Rose learned Traditional Music from her Father, Eugene Clancy of the Irish Ramblers, and by sitting in with the band at “ceilidh’s (Irish dances) with great traditional musicians such as Felix Dolan, Brian Conway and Mike Melanophy.

After a successful career in NY, Rose decided to move to Boston to attend the North Bennett Street School where she studied violin making for 3 years.  Upon graduating she founded The Chatham Fiddle Company where she teaches, makes and repairs instruments and runs a boutique concert series featuring some of the finest talent from the celtic music genre. Rose performs throughout the Northeast and recently at Gaelic Roots, Boston College, at the South Shore Conservatory Roots and Branches with Robbie O’Connell and at The Burren Backroom with Jacqueline Schwab. She has released several CD’s with The Clancy Tradition and most recently released her first solo CD with pianist Brendan Dolan featuring the music of Ireland, Cape Breton and Scotland.

Online streaming: $7. 

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