Autumn 2018 Highlights

05 December 2018

Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill, Mairtín O'Connor & Séamie O'Dowd

"For this tour, we’ve put together what we feel is a great breadth of music – and we’ve thrown in a few surprises! ... Our set list ranges from re-worked traditional tunes, freshly composed material, and of course plenty of songs both from myself and Seamie – so there will be a really nice balance."

RTE.IE/CULTURE, THURSDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER

 

"Privileged to have been in the Jerome Hynes Theatre (National Opera House), Wexford, last night for your ‘maiden voyage’. It was a musical scintillating evening from start to finish with a beautifully crafted mix from all three, individually and collectively. Had I a favorite ? Yes, several highlights but Mairead’s version of ‘The Lark’ (closely followed by Roisin Dubh) was memorable. Thanks guys and thumbs up to Music Network......keep ‘em coming ���� " Senan Lillis, NOH Wexford

Credit: Emily O'Callaghan

 

Amatis Piano Trio

"Their energy, unbounded in spirit yet containing by economy and stylistic faithfulness - exuberantly blasted away the dust of the archive and gave Feery's Gone to Earth a kind of zinging punch that embodied her declared themes of pursuit and refuge."

The Irish Times, Wednesday 17th October

 

 

Roller Trio

 

Hot Press Magazine, Wednesday 7th November

 

"Amazing sounds in Triskel Christchurch coming from @RollerTrio at @corkjazzfest 2018!" Paddy McPhillips, Triskel Christchurch

Credit: Emily O'Callaghan

 

Yury Revich & Benedict Kloeckner

 

The Sunday Business Post, Sunday 4th November

 

"An amazing flight through a musical catacomb, this music �� will reverberate in our ears. @yuryrevich #BenedictKloeckner @musnetirl #SebastianAdams #classicalmusic" Jason Roche, St. Finian's Church

Credit: John Soffe Photography

 

Natalie Clein, Julius Drake & Claire Booth

Sunday Independent, Sunday 25th November

 

Interview: 'Every possible combination of the three': Natalie Clein Returns to Ireland with Unique Trio

 

Credit: Marshall Light Photography