Instrument Makers Exhibition @ Galway Early Music Festival

Instrument Makers Exhibition @ Galway Early Music Festival

Saturday, 26 May 2018, 11.00am

Come along and see beautiful handmade instruments, talk to the makers, and hear what the instruments sound like.

Instrument Makers Featured:

Ériu Harps
Natalie Surina is based in Oughterard, Co Galway and specialises in reproductions of early Irish harps that have survived, such as the Trinity College harp (once called the Brian Boru harp) and the Downhill Harp (now in the Guinness Storehouse).

She also makes European early harps, such as the bray harp, and restores modern Irish harps.

Natalie also plays the early Irish harp – so do ask her to demonstrate her harps!

Paul Doyle
Paul Doyle has been making high-quality, hand-crafted musical instruments for over 30 years. Based in Galway City in the West of Ireland, Paul specialises in creating his individual styles of harps, guitars, mandolins, bouzoukis, mandolas (among others) for customers throughout the world. Paul has a particular interest in early guitars and lutes.

Vlad Smishkewych
Vlad Smishkewych is first and foremost  a tenor who specialises in medieval song, chant and new music.  He  also presents the RTE Lyric FM show Vox Nostra and is the producer of, the digital radio station of the European Early Music Network.  However, he also takes a great interest in the construction of the medieval symphonium and hurdy-gurdy.

Free entry. 


2018 GEMF Programme Launch Trailer

Published on 14 May 2018

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