Ceol na nGael / Wild Music of the Gael

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Ceol na nGael / Wild Music of the Gael

Doors: 19:30 | Unreserved Seating
Age permitted: 12+ | All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult
Tickets: £15.00

In association with Scoil Samhraidh Mhic Reachtain featuring Cathal Ó Curráin, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh (MC), John Doyle, David Power, Fin Moore & Lorraine Ní Bhriain

Cathal Ó Curráin - Best Emerging Artist Radio 1 Folk Awards 2022, Cathal Ó Curráin is a multi-instrumentalist and hails from an exceptionally musical family. He specialises in Irish Traditional and Folk Music on fiddle, banjo, bouzouki and song

Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh (MC) is a multi-award-winning traditional singer and musician with a proven record of performance, recording and innovation. Her upbringing saw her immersed in a rich cultural environment influencing the foundation of her distinctive vocal and instrumental sound.

John Doyle - Founding member of the highly acclaimed super group, Solas that led him to performing worldwide. His signature guitar sound, singing and songwriting is deemed essential to many of the stellar artists in Irish traditional music.

David Power - Described as a born collaborator by The Irish Times, David’s commitment to finding innovative ways to present the uilleann pipes has resulted in various styles of collaborations and projects.

Longtime resident of Belfast, Lorraine Ní Bhriain hails from a famous family of musicians in County Clare and is a highly regarded performer and tutor on the concertina.

Fin Moore is a piper, born & bred. Experienced in Highland pipes, Border pipes and Scottish Smallpipes, he regularly performs with Dannsa and is a founding member of Pipe Quartet Seudan.