SEAC Live! with Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Gerry O'Beirne & Dónal O'Connor

SEAC Live! with Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Gerry O'Beirne & Dónal O'Connor

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Saturday, 25 July 2020, 8.30pm

Following the success of SEAC Live with NoCrows, we invite you to join us for SEAC Live from Windmill Lane Recording Studios with Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Dónal O’Connor and Gerry Beirne.

Performed and streamed LIVE to your Smart TV or device in the comfort of your own home, giving you the best seats in the house. Once you have booked your ticket, why not sign up here to participate in our live audience through Zoom. We’ll literally project you onto the walls of this iconic home of music and put you in the room with the artists & performers. Gather your friends and family, grab some refreshments, interact and chat online with each other, the audience and the performers on Zoom.

Tickets €4.99 https://www.tseac.ie/events/e/2808

Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh is a multi-award winning traditional singer and musician from Corca Dhuibhne, West Kerry. A leading exponent of the sean nós style, her repertoire also includes songs from a wide variety of folk and contemporary sources. Her childhood in West Kerry saw her immersed in a rich cultural environment and vital living tradition, which was to be hugely influential on the foundation of her distinctive vocal and instrumental sound.

She has enjoyed a successful career as a touring artist, with over thirteen years’ experience as lead singer and flute player with the Irish traditional supergroup Danú, as well as a many years performing as a solo artist. Muireann is also a popular television presenter, having hosted a range of programmes for Irish and Scottish TV over the past decade including the celebrated traditional music series “Port”. She currently presents her own music programme Malairt Poirt le Muireann on RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta and has collaborated with many musicians in genres ranging from traditional to classical, world music to electronica.

“One of the earthiest and most distinctive voices, not just in traditional circles, but anywhere” –The Irish Times

“One of today’s great singers” – Irish Echo

“Mysterious Perfection” - Dónal Lunny

Son of the celebrated fiddler Gerry O’Connor and revered singer Eithne Ní Uallacháin of Lá Lugh, multi-instrumentalist Dónal O’Connor has established himself as one of Ireland’s leading producers. As a musician and composer he has played and recorded with Liam Ó Maonlaí, Duke Special, Grainne Holland, Davy Spillane, Moya Brennan, Dónal Lunny, Steve Cooney, Mary Dillon, Cathal McConnell, Bob Brozman, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, John Spillane, Lumiere and Barry Kerr.

Having inherited a musical legacy of at least five generations of fiddle playing he has toured the world from a young age as both a lead and backing instrumentalist with a number of bands including Lá Lugh,At First Light, Ulaid and the Irish song super group A Stór Mo Chroí. He has composed music for theatre, television and film and has presented music shows for BBC ALBA, BBC NI, TG4, BBC Radio Ulster and Raidio na Gaeltachta.

“O’Connor’s winning blend of pace and lyricism transmits his enthusiasm for the music directly to the listener with irresistible impact” – Herald Scotland

A native of the west of Ireland and reared there and in west Africa, Gerry O’Beirne is a self-taught master of the six and twelve string, slide guitar and ukulele and other stringed instruments. Many of his songs have been recorded by well-known artists on the Irish music scene including Mary Black, Maura O’Connell andMuireannNic Amhlaoibh. His own albums have received much acclaim around the world, and he produced and arranged music for many others including Patrick Street, Kevin Burke and Micheál O’Domhnaill.

His writing is a hybrid of the passion found in traditional music and the freshness of contemporary song. Gerry has toured the globe as a solo artist and with the Sharon Shannon Band, Patrick Street, Midnight Well, Andy M. Stewart, Kevin Burke, Andy Irvine, and The Waterboys. He has performed at the White House, opened for the Grateful Dead, and played electric guitar with Marianne Faithfull. He lives near Dingle in West Kerry.

“A sublime talent… opens new creative vistas for acoustic guitar music” - fRoots

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