An Síbín sa Spéir
Sunday / Domhnach
Eoin and Níall Ó Beaglaoich and their sister Méabh Ní Bheaglaoich are a traditional music family group playing accordian, concertina and singing. They are deeply rooted within the Irish traditional culture of music, song and dance of West Kerry. They all began playing music at a young age and have been greatly influenced by their father Séamus Begley. They each have separate musical careers and have collaborated with acclaimed Irish music greats over the years. Together with their mother Máire and their brother Breanndán they are coming together to honour father and husband, Séamus, through music song and dance.
Is clann iad Eoin, Níall agus Méabh Ní Bheaglaoich atá sáite go smior i gceol gaolach Chiarraí Thiar. D’fhoghlaim siad ana chuid des na poirt agus na hamhráin óna athair Séamus Begley. Taistlíonn siad ar fud an domhain ag seimint agus ag tabhairt cultúr na hÉireann go tíortha eile. Beidh an triúr acu chomh maith lena deartháir Breanndán agus a máthair Máire ar stáitse in omós do Shéamus.
Two distinct voicescut from the same geographic cloth, Éilís Kennedy and Pauline Scanlon from the same Kerry town of Dingle.
The duo have toured their distinctive sound from the cosy snugs of their native Dingle to internationalconcert halls including Carnegie Hall in New York and The Barbican in London. As a duo, Lumiere takes something that is sacred and age old and re-imagines it simply and beautifully, reclaiming beauty, truth and trust, for the modern age.
Ta clú agus cáil domhanda bainte amach ag an mbeirt bhan Duibhneach Pauline Scanlon agus Éilís Ní Chinnéide ó bhunaíodar an grúpa Lumiere sa bhlíain 2009. Tá stíl mhealltach, draoíchtúil acu le chéile, agus réimseleathan amhráin acu a sholraíónn as an suim doimhin atá acu beirt i dtradisiúin na amhránaíochta. Sníomhann said scéalta le comhcheól thuisceanach, bríomhar, doimhin, le mothúcháin a théann i bhfeidhim ar gach éisteóir. Taréis deich mblíana no níos mó tá áthas orthu a bheith i mbun ceóil ar an mbóthar arís i 2023. Beidh tionlacan acu ó mháistir an giotár, Donogh Hennessy
Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh joined by Dónal O’Connor and Gerry O’Beirne.
Muireann is an award-winning traditional singer and musician from Corca Dhuibhne, Co.Kerry. A leading exponent of the sean nós style, her repertoire also includes songs from a wide variety of folk and contemporary sources.
She has collaborated with many artists from other cultures and genres including her latest album Róisín ReImagined with the Irish Chamber Orchestra which won an award for Best Traditional Track at 2022’s RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards. Muireann herself received Folk Singer of the Year at the same awards.
Is láithreoir teilifíse agus raidió í Muireann do leithéidí RTÉ 1, TG4, RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta agus BBC Alba chomh maith, agus cuireann sí a clár féin Folk on One i láthair ar RTÉ Radio 1.
Donal O’Connor – Multi-instrumentalist Dónal O’Connor has establishing himself as one of Ireland’s leading producers. He produced the recent collaboration between Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh and The Irish Chamber Orchestra Róisín ReImagined.
Gerry O’Beirne – A self-taught master of the six and twelve string, slide guitar and ukulele and other stringed instruments. His songs have been recorded by well known artists including Mary Black, Maura O’Connell and Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh.
West Kerry Set Dancers