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A group of Mayo musicians, singers and dancers who travelled to New York last week to premiere the Fainne Oir orchestral and contemporary dance work created by Castlebar composer and Musical Director, Kathy Fahey, are now enjoying the fruits of their labour as rave reviews for the production both nationally and internationally roll in.
A free concert to officially launch Fáinne Óir - a new and original orchestral music and contemporary dance production by Mayo composer and Musical Director, Kathy Fahey, is to take place on April 28 in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar. The complete 90-minute work, which is being co-produced by Ms Fahey with Diaspora Engagement Specialist, Mike Hannon - will premiere in the Royal Theatre Castlebar on September 20, 2019, before travelling to New York where it will be performed at the Symphony Space Theatre on September 26.
SEAN KEANE'S annual Christmas By The Hearth concert returns to the Town Hall Theatre next week, where the much acclaimed Caherlistrane singer will be accompanied by the Mayo Concert Orchestra.
Innovative and highly energetic Trad/Folk band - Blás - will perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday November 29 at 8pm.
Music lovers from far and near will enjoy a feast of traditional music, song, and dance this weekend as the Foxford Traditional Weekend takes place. The town, which is a haven for many musicians, will host the annual event, and there is a serious line-up for this year’s festival.
There are some fantastic music performances taking place at Roscommon Arts Centre before their winter programme draws to a close.
Singer Sean Keane will bring his highly successful show Christmas by the Hearth to Roscommon Arts Centre on December 8 at 8pm. Sean will be joined on stage by Fergus Feely, Pat Coyne, Stephen Doherty, and David Doocey.
GALWAY FOLK-singer songwriter Don Stiff has released a new single, 'You'll Always Be My Mother', exploring his experiences of adoption.
More than 500 Irish musicians, singers, and dancers are expected to take over the numerous venues in Ballina and its surrounding towns for the six day Mayo Manchester Tradfest. The week-long family friendly festival will feature a whole host of award winning performers involved in 10 key events and a further 60 fringe events, and is expected to attract some 50,000 visitors. The unique celebration featuring performers from Mayo and Manchester is launched on Friday July 29 with a special live two hour radio broadcast by Midwest Radio from Bar Square in Ballina. The free event will feature a host of VIPs and performers and runs from 6pm to 8pm.
July 2.The band consists of Stephen Doherty on flutes, accordion, and percussion, David Doocey on fiddle, Anne Brennan on vocals, and Shane McGowan on guitars. Between them, they have toured, performed, and recorded with a who's who of artists including Sharon Shannon, Sean and Dolores Keane, Lúnasa, Gráda, Tim O’Brien, Paul Brady, and Dave Munnelly.