Search Results for 'Dónal Lunny'
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ANDY IRVINE and Dónal Lunny boast CVs and achievements like few others - Andy has been in Sweeney's Men and Patrick Street; Dónal in The Bothy Band and Moving Hearts; and together they have served in Planxty and Mozaik.
IRISH FOLK legends Andy Irvine and Donal Lunny will bring their band Mozaik to the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 8pm.
Ballina Arts Centre is delighted to host The Caucasian Chalk Circle on Tuesday November 26, a masterpiece of 20th century drama, powerfully demonstrating Bertolt Brecht’s pioneering theatrical techniques.
Music Generation Mayo, part of Music Generation, Ireland’s national music education programme, funded by U2 and the Ireland Funds together with local partners, is offering an opportunity to experienced young traditional musicians and singers with a high standard of playing ability to form a traditional music ensemble. Participants, to be aged between 12 and 18 years, will participate in a six month music residency under the guidance and mentorship of acclaimed Mayo musician and performer Emer Mayock. The residency will culminate in a live performance opportunity by the ensemble in June 2013.
HIS FIRST time in Galway was in 1962 as a teen folk singing ‘wannabe’. A decade later he was back as part of Irish trad’s first ‘supergroup’. Ten years later he was a controversial supporter of the Hunger Strikers. And tomorrow he headlines the Galway Arts Festival Big Top.
During Ballina Salmon Festival week, Ballina Arts Centre is delighted to present a rare opportunity to witness the Tibetan singer Yungchen Lhamo in concert.
DÓNAL LUNNY, one of the greatest driving forces in Irish folk and trad, is coming to Galway to play a charity concert for the Galway/Palestine Children’s Appeal charity.
Due to exceptional demand, a limited number of extra tickets are being released this Friday, July 2, for the Christy Moore concert at The Hub at Cillin Hill on Friday July 9 next.
Irish music fans are already anticipating the return of Christy Moore who has confirmed that he will perform in Kilkenny for a summer concert.
Kilkenny’s adopted son Jimmy MacCarthy is preparing once again to take the music industry by storm. The Irish population is patiently awaiting his newest musical offering in the form of his new album Hey Ho Believe and they may not have too much longer to wait according to the man himself.