Rianta is Ireland’s new and exciting four piece band that is setting pulses racing with their innovative melodies and heart-warming songs. Featuring Tara Breen, Conor Moriarty, Stephen Rooney and Eamon Rooney, this band’s music reflects the energy and emotion of a group of very talented and polished performers, all of whom have achieved success at the highest level.
The future of our traditional music, singing and dance is always in the hands of the “Aos Óg”, the young generation. The Aos Óg Concert has always been a key event in the Fleadh Nua, which takes place in Ennis each year.
This year, the concert will feature some of the best young traditional musicians, singers and dancers from Co. Clare and beyond.
This event comes under the Music Generation Clare Leath/Leath Go See! Scheme which supports the young person and the music sector by encouraging attendance at music events. Music Generation Clare is working with venues and festivals throughout the County, to provide tickets discounted by 50% to enable young people under the age of 18 to attend live music performances, (bookings must be accompanied by one adult).
Whenever you see this logo, Leath/Leath Go See! tickets are available, so don’t miss out.
Bofin to Burren is a coming together of some of Ireland’s best known traditional musicians. Fronted by Inisbofin’s Dessie O’Halloran, of Sharon Shannon fame, it also includes Céilí House’s Kieran Hanrahan on banjo and ‘At the Racket’s’ Seamus O’Donnell on saxophone, flute and vocals.
Returning to glór after their riveting opening concert for Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann 2016, Bofin to Burren will be joined by some very special guests, including the great West Kerry musician and singer, Séamus Begley and fiddle player Oisín MacDiarmada.
This concert will draw together five of the greatest performers of traditional music to perform in the intimate atmosphere of glór.
Matt Cranitch and Jackie Daly have established enviable, international reputations and their playing together, on CD and in live performances displays great virtuosity and interpretation of a vibrant musical tradition.
Singer and musician Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh will be joined by celebrated fiddle player Dónal O’Connor and the song writer and musician, Gerry O’Beirne.