Award-winning Fiddler Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki in Littleton

The Littleton Area Senior Center will host award-winning fiddler Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki performing “Songs of Emigration” storytelling through traditional Irish music, relaying some of the adventures, misadventures and emotions experienced by Irish emigrants.

Jordan was first recognized as part of New Hampshire’s culture at the age of 12, the youngest member of the delegation representing the state at the Smithsonian Folk Life Festival in Washington, DC. He has toured nationally with bands in various genres, performed across Ireland and released multiple recordings of celtic music that can be heard on radio stations around New England. He currently performs over 200 shows each years, mostly with his own band, the Jordan TW Trio.

The 1 p.m. program is presented through the NH Humanities Council, and will follow a traditional Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner at noon. The show is free, and a donation is requested for the dinner: $5 for under 60, and $3 for seniors over 60.

Questions? Call Anne-Marie at (603) 444-6050.

Medallion Opera House Presents: Jordan TW Trio

Putting a fresh spin on traditional Irish music, the Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki Trio delivers and dynamic show full of foot-stompin’ fiddle tunes and classic sing-alongs. Fiddler Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki is joined by fellow New Hampshire natives Matt Jensen on guitar and Chris Noyes on upright bass. Their shows blend traditional Celtic music with their own original material, drawing on multiple genres to produce a unique sound. In 2015 they released their first record as a trio, Return To The Castle, which is an instrumental mix of old fiddle tunes and new compositions from various members of the band.