Music / Ceol
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Fear pianó é David Syme le taithí aige ar sheinmt sna háiteanna mór le rá ar nós Halla Carnegie srl.
Featuring Dingle native and world-renowned singer Pauline Scanlon, Nicola Joyce of The Whileaways and musicians Fabian Joyce and Eoin Wynne.
Ciarraíoch, Efa O'Neill has been at the heart and soul of Irish dance music for quite some time
Limerick based trad group
Featuring Dingle native and world-renowned singer Pauline Scanlon, Nicola Joyce of The Whileaways and musicians Fabian Joyce and Eoin Wynne
The quartet play a programme including Grieg, Barbet and Schubert's "Death and the Maiden".
“With delicate guitar strumming, welcome violin instrumentation and Jordan’s angelic, almost spoken word vocal utterances, it’s a starry-eyed track that belongs in an Oscar-nominated indie movie.
Anna Mieke’s deft songwriting and enveloping compositions have asserted her as a vital voice amongst Ireland’s alt-folk genre.
As the self-professed Lady Mayoress of Dublin in Waiting, Sally Foran is a bird with many ideas and high ideals.
Improvised music-making ritual involving an ever-changing, ever-growing oversized band of varying ability and a Svengali with one long arm.
Weaving seamlessly between traditional and contemporary songs and tunes, this spellbinding trio will remind us just how precious live music is.
Is cór gan aon dualgas é an Sing Along Social le haghaidh daoine nach bhfuil in ann canadh agus curtha i láthair ag The Craic Mechanics.
Following on from his sold out EU Tour and No.1 Ep The Art of Disappearing, Dingle native Pa Sheehy has announced new music is on the horizon
Ceolchoirm in Ómós do Shéamus Begley. The Begley family celebrate the life of the remarkable musician, singer and much-loved West Kerry native Séamus Begley with special guests Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Lumiére & The West Kerry Set dancers.
Following the release of their brand-new album Magnify, Irish indie-rock darlings HamsandwicH return to Feile na Bealtaine for an acoustic three-piece show on Sunday the 30th of April in St James' Church.
A night of music and dance in a haze of neon, gold and rainbow colours. Celebrate the coming of summer. Tagaigí uilig ildaite, le aghaidh fidil agus fonn damhsa chun ár Samhradh a cheiliuradh!
Is banna ceoil práis é seo ó chathair Chorcaí. Theirs is a blend of pop, jazz and overall madness, striving to make each moment a party. The set consists of their own arrangements of modern covers, traditional New Orleans standards, and original tunes.
'Straight outta west Kerry, though sounding like it was hatched in the alleyways of east London, VUDU's debut single is a dreamy, lo-fi, leftfield-pop delight.'
Bring your instruments for an open session led by Caroline Keane & Tom Delaney. For musicians of mixed levels and ages to join in. Sing & dance a step, part-take and enjoy a tune.
The Weaving is an inspirational fusion of Méabh Ní Bheaglaoich on button accordion, Owen Spafford on fiddle and Cáit Ní Riain on piano.