The House Presents

The House Presents

Friday, 2 November 2018, 8.30pm

Great line up for November!

Ultan & Aki

Ultan & Aki is a string duo combining the sounds of the fiddle, viola, viola de petto and the violira to compose and arrange music.
Ultan is a fiddle player/violist who is involved in a number of collaborative music projects within the traditional music world.
Aki (Slow Moving Clouds) is a multi-instrumentalist with a background in traditional, popular and experimental music.

Branwen

Juan Forche

Kiruu
Kiruu is a multi-instrumentalist and singer of Irish-English origins whose eclectic sound has been formed with influence from his East African upbringing and European roots (Ireland/UK/Spain). His music is interactive and his sound varies from slow indie to stomping swing and everything in between, sung in different languages (English, Swahili, Spanish, and French).
Based in Dublin, Kiruu plays both solo set (an intimate sound looping, guitars, piano, and percussion), and also with band consisting of himself dynamic and diverse musicians from the Dublin scene, providing a high energy live show.
In 2014, Kiruu released his EP “Kiruu & Baobab”, which was recorded Valencia. Following this, he toured in East Africa, France, Belgium, and the UK. Resettling back in Ireland, he launched his EP in late 2014, and has been performing around Ireland since then.
In 2015, Kiruu signed a publishing contract with GD78 Music.
In 2016 he started recording his first full length LP.
In 2017 Kiruu released the first single "Síocháin" from his upcoming album, featuring Kíla's Rónán Ó Snodaigh.
Kiruu has performed and collaborated in different musical projects in Ireland, England, Spain, Argentina, France, Tanzania, Belgium, and Kenya both as front man and as pianist, guitarist and singer. He is a tenor in the Dublin Gospel Choir, and also does musical theatre.

https://www.breakingtunes.com/kiruu

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Published on 10 October 2018

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