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Irish Concert Entertains Maria Fareri Pediatric Patients

From left, Erin Loughran, Heavenly Productions Foundation’s Sheryl Nolletti, Dawn Doherty, HPF’s Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon, Laurie Park, music therapist at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital and HPF’s Teresa O’Neill. Photo Credit: Provided
Heavenly Productions Foundation’s Stephanie Rivera reading Irish stories to pediatric patients at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital in Valhalla. Photo Credit: Provided
From left, award-winning Irish musicians Dawn Doherty and Erin Loughran performing for the pediatric patients and their families at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital in Valhalla. Photo Credit: Provided

Heavenly Productions Foundation’s Third Annual St. Patrick’s Day Concert was performed at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital for pediatric patients and their families.

Award-winning Irish musicians Dawn Doherty with the tin whistle and Erin Loughran on violin performed melodious Irish tunes that brightened the spirits of everyone there.

Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon, executive board member of the Armonk-based charity, sang Irish music songs with Dawn Doherty.

HPF’s Stephanie Rivera recited two Irish children’s stories. HPF’s Board Member Sheryl Nolletti and volunteer Teresa O'Neill distributed Irish-themed hats, lollipops, necklaces, cupcakes and HPF pens to all the pediatric patients and their parents.

“It was a wonderful infusion of Irish music, song and stories that was enjoyed by all who gathered at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital lobby” Rivera said.

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