Tribute to Liam O’Flynn at 'Tradition Now'
The National Concert Hall will host a tribute to the uilleann piper Liam O’Flynn as part of the Tradition Now festival this October. O’Flynn, who died in March, was renowned for his work with the group Planxty and as a soloist. Read our tribute here.
The concert on Sunday 28 October will feature a performance of Shaun Davey’s The Brendan Voyage – made famous by O’Flynn – with Mark Redmond on pipes and David Brophy conducting the RTÉ NSO. Seán Keane, Matt Molloy, Steve Cooney, Neil Martin, Iarla Ó Lionáird and more will also perform in the concert.
The five-day Tradition Now festival is a partnership with the Arts Council to highlight the Irish traditional music of today. The full line-up includes Donegal singer Rosie Carney, female quartet Landless, Iarla Ó Lionáird and Crash String Quartet performing a new commission by Kate Moore, fiddle-player Liam O’Connor with John Blake and Paddy McEvoy, Aoife Ní Bhriain with Florian Willeitner and Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin, and a Fair Plé concert titled ‘Freedom doesn’t Fall from the Sky’.
See the full line-up below or visit www.nch.ie.
Quiet Lights With Rosie Carney, Landless And Anna Mieke
Tuesday 23 October, 8:30pm - The Studio
Bushranger Psychodrama: Iarla Ó Lionáird and Crash String Quartet
Wednesday 24 October, 8:30pm - Main Stage
Liam O’Connor, Fiddle
Friday 26 October, 8:30pm - The Studio
A Winter Wish
Saturday 27 October, 12.00pm & 2.00pm - The Studio
Aoife Ní Bhriain with Florian Willeitner And Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin
Saturday 27 October, 6.00pm - The Studio
Freedom Doesn’t Fall From The Sky…
Saturday 27 October, 8pm - Main Stage
Family Day With The Armagh Rhymers
Sunday 28 October
Foyer activities from 12.00pm
Concert at 1:30pm in The Studio
Ómós: A Celebration Of The Music And Life Of Liam O’Flynn
Sunday 28 October, 8pm - Main Stage
Published on 30 July 2018