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Moeran, who died in Kenmare sixty years ago, is a special feature. He has since played frequently in Ireland, giving solo recitals in Dublin, Waterford, Cork and Limerick.
At home in the UK he has played concertos and given many hundreds of solo recitals at major venues in London, Birmingham, most of the principal cities and at several major festivals, and has broadcast as a soloist for BBC Radio 3. Moeran in a recital tour coinciding with the release of his new CD, of piano music by Moeran and Howells. A Folk Story II. Rune Three Piano Pieces I. The Lake Island II. Autumn Woods III.
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Langsam getragen. Sunday 10th October at 8. Who does an agony aunt turn to for advice? This by turns, hilarious and poignant play, tracks the life of this glamorous, successful and popular Irish figure as she considers the burning social issues of the time - all the while, concealing deep sorrows in her own life. Funny, astonishing and moving, with a three-strong cast starring the wonderful Nuala Hayes in the title role, Dear Frankie is not to be missed.
Culture Night Kerry 3 - 2 - 1!
South Kerry Camera Club Exhibition. On Culture Night, key artistic and cultural organisations in participating towns and cities, extend their opening hours until late in the evening to provide the public with increased access to the various collections, workshops and other events hosted by the organisations.
Finally at All culture night events are free. Everybody welcome.
For further details, visit www. In ancient folklore, three is a magic number, and you can expect the combined talents of Jackie Daly, Matt Cranitch and John Faulkner to let loose the Sliabh Luachra genie from the bottle. Though Jackie and Matt are both steeped in the rich musical traditions of Sliabh Luachra, this collaboration with singer John Faulkner is very much a celebration of the here and now, the living stream of Irish music. Button accordion wizard Jackie needs little introduction to trad fans, and his work with legendary groups such as De Danann, Patrick Street, Arcady and Kinvara is testament to his versatility.
Former Fleadh Cheoil winner and master fiddler Matt Cranitch is a founder member of the group Sliabh Notes, as well as a highly respected authority on and teacher of Irish Traditional music. Directed by Mick Rafferty Sunday 12th September at 8. It is based on the life experiences of Michael Collins, a Traveller, who remembers his childhood through innocent eyes.
There is also a running commentary that explains the same events in a different light.
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The performance sees Michael going from living in the fields of Kilbeggan in a barrel top wagon to living in a tent at the top of Prosperous Hill. During the course of the performance he has to convince his daughter to stay on in school. He takes us through his school days and his first real encounter with settled people. It is a fast paced sequence of stories that are a microcosm of the history of the Traveller community over the past 40 years.
Michael Collins as himself with Patricia McCarthy as the narrator Entertaining, enriching and provocative — you could hardly ask for more from a show. These engaging true tales, based on the experiences of former Glenroe actor and Traveller Michael Collins, portray the discrimination and hardship routinely experienced by the Travelling community. Extract from the Irish Times. Collins is an effective presence and tells his stories with humour, passion and a total absence of self pity.
Accompaniment, Adolph Packeiser on harp. Friday 23rd July at 8. As a youngster Batt Burns experienced the seanachie storyteller tradition firsthand when he lived with his grandfather in the Hills of County Kerry, and heard him tell stories by the fire during the harsh winter nights. Today Burns helps to preserve that Irish heritage with haunting accounts of ghosts, great adventure stories, tales of heroes, farcical stories and witty jokes.
In Burns left his teaching career behind him and became a full-time entertainer in the USA where he has performed at all the major storytelling festivals, including The National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee in , at several Irish Clubs and at the college campuses of Harvard, Notre Dame and Northwestern. He belongs to a renowned family of traditional musicians: son of the late concertinist Ella Mae, brother of renowned accordeonist Riobard and Maura concertina , and first cousin to the famous Dwyer composers and players - the late Michael tin whistle , John fiddle , Finbar accordeon and Richie accordeon, fiddle and vocals.
They began in Ireland, and have done over thirty tours here, including countless festivals such as Cork jazz, the World Fleadh, Ballyshannon, Earagail Arts, Wexford Opera, etc. Bogdan Sofei was born in Bucharest on 17th of July and is the leader of ConTempo String Quartet, currently the holder of a residency programme in Galway, since January Bogdan Sofei has toured the world extensively, performing at many major international festivals.
He also sustains a busy career as soloist, in UK, Italy, Romania. Adrian has won many national competitions all over Romania and two prizes in International Cello Competitions in Bucharest and Sofia. Adrian has a busy schedule of more than 80 concerts a year and he has performed, on his own or with the ConTempo Quartet, all over the world. ConTempo was formed in when the members were students at the Music University in Bucharest, Romania. They have toured the world extensively - including their New York Carnegie Hall debut in For further information see www.
South Kerry Rosen Choir, formed in by Dr Hans Waldemar Rosen, will perform a variety of religious, opera and folk pieces on the night. Thursday 3rd June at 8. Don't miss this great opportunity to see Mick in Tech Amergin. Friday 21st May at 8. Celebrating thirty years in Music Theatre, Aidan O'Carroll has chosen and re-staged his favourite scenes and excerpts from the greatest shows in musical theatre history which he has had the pleasure of directing.
Daskalakis has been playing on period instruments since her time with the acclaimed Manon Quartet in the late s, and often performs without a conductor following the traditions of the time. She has won many plaudits for her soulful playing, dazzling technique and astonishing ability to adapt her sound to suit different composers and periods. Gerald Hambitzer is one of most sought-after harpsichordists of his generation and has appeared on over 40 CDs.
In a small provincial town, Billy and Breda's 10th wedding anniversary is looming. Despite having two young children, their marriage has spiralled into a stale monotony. The distance between them seems to grow by the day. He spends his time with the lads at the local pub, leaving Breda at home with the telly and the kids. Billy clings to booze, and fantasies about a younger woman, while Breda clings onto an inkling of optimism, believing that their big night out will rekindle the spark that once was there.