Ceol Agus Rince Promotions
Maureen Donachie, via Ceol Agus Rince Promotions, offers publicity and advertising services, coordinates social media management, and plans / organizes events for traditional Irish music, dance, and other Irish cultural events. A client services professional with diverse business understanding and extensive customer service experience, she has a solid track record of success.
Involved in traditional Irish music and dance from a young age, Maureen is an enthusiastic supporter of Irish music and arts, an avid set dancer, a "sometime" musician, and a World-Champion step dancer. She created, developed and maintains an extensive one-of-a-kind web calendar specifically for “Ceol Agus Rince” (music and dance) from Maine to Florida, providing "one-stop shopping" for musicians, singers, dancers and enthusiasts. Her Weekly Event Listing and the publicity generated through daily email announcements reach nearly 2,000, primarily in the eastern United States.
Maureen regularly organizes and hosts céilithe, dance weekends, concerts, workshops, and other Irish cultural events. At the 2015 CCÉ North American Convention, she received the Regional Service Award, and in March 2012, Maureen was honored as Deputy Grand Marshal of the Queens County St. Patrick's Day Parade in Rockaway (NYC) for her work in supporting and promoting Irish culture.
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Ceol Agus Rince Promotions specializes in promoting Irish traditional
music, dance, song, language, storytelling, and other cultural events:
♫ Publicity, marketing campaigns
♫ Social media management
♫ Event planning, production
Our clients include:
♫ Don Meade / Blarney Star Productions
♫ Shamrock Traditional Irish Music Society
♫ John Nolan / Buttons and Bellows
♫ Tony DeMarco / New York Trad Fest
♫ Linda Hickman
♫ Irish American Assoc Northwest Jersey
♫ Dumont Céilí
♫ Ceol na gCroí Céilí Band
♫ Pride of Moyvane Céilí Band
♫ Coleman~O'Grady Branch CCÉ
♫ Rafferty~Madden CCÉ
♫ O'Neill~Malcom CCÉ
♫ Craobh Úll Mór CCÉ