Harmony Bro: Songs of the Sea with Séan Dagher & support by Fiona Ryan

Harmony Bro: Songs of the Sea with Séan Dagher & support by Fiona Ryan

Thursday, 26 October 2023, 8.00pm
Added by glorennis
0

€20 + €1 booking fee

Harmony Bro is a brand new acappella group of men based in Ennis. They sing a wide variety of music from Doo-wop to Barbershop to Sea Shanties and enjoy performing anything with a bit of harmony. Harmony Bro is delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with world-renowned Canadian singer, musician, composer Seán Dagher to present a concert of Sea Shanties.

An accompanying workshop for second level students will take place at 2pm on Thursday 26th.
Tickets €5/Teachers/SNAs Free of charge. Contact box office on 065 6843103 to book.

Seán Dagher is a Canadian performer, arranger, and composer of music from various folk and classical music traditions. He is a member of Skye Consort and is the co-artistic director of La Nef. Seán sings and plays Irish bouzouki, mandolin, oud, and banjo.

Seán has also provided arrangements for other ensembles and artists, including Camerata Nova (Winnipeg), Chor Leoni (Vancouver), Arion, Palade Musica, Les Voix Humaines, La Mandragore, Pierre Lapointe (all Montreal), Shannon Mercer, I Furiosi (Toronto), Les Voix Baroques, Choeur Louisbourg (Moncton), Cantatica (Pennsylvania), and the Nashville Baroque Orchestra. Other groups he has played with include the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Caprices, Les Boréades, Le Petit Rien.

Seán’s voice is widely known from his recordings for the Assassin’s Creed video game series, including Black Flag. His renditions of sea shanties and other songs from the games have been streamed some 70 million times. His own Shanty of the Week video series receives thousands of views a week and has a loyal following the world over.

Musicians:
Violin Joan Hanrahan.
Flute/Whistle Brid O’Gorman.
Bass Cormac Hennessy
Guitar/percussion John Hennessy

Musical Director: Michael Hennessy

WebsiteAdd a Listing

Added by glorennis on 7 September 2023

comments powered by Disqus

Please note that some listings are added by third parties. The Journal of Music does not take responsibility for the content or accuracy of listings published by third parties on this site. The Journal of Music reserves the right to edit or delete listings. Click here to add a listing, login or register.