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FIFTY #3 - The Ocelots and Amy May Ellis
Oct
5
8:00 PM20:00

FIFTY #3 - The Ocelots and Amy May Ellis

Tickets £8
Doors 8pm


For this Fifty we have a musical pairing that we know will blow you away. After playing The Duncairn last April supporting Slow Moving Clouds, we’ve asked Amy May Ellis to return. “This precocious, magical North York Moors songwriter quietly takes the breath away,” according to The York Press, and we agree. Sharing the evening will be The Ocelots, best described by The Irish Times: “Twin brothers Ashley and Brandon Watson may be young pups but their music comes from another age – a mature classic folk drawing inspiration from the Everly Brothers and Dylan.” We’ve seen them, it’s true. Don’t miss this gig.

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Navá & Special Guests
Oct
6
8:00 PM20:00

Navá & Special Guests

Doors 8pm - Show 8.15pm
£15
BYOB


Let’s be honest, it doesn’t always work, the mixing and mashing of musics from different cultures, we know that. But if you trust us, if you believe that we do know when something works, come to this concert. Nava’s delicate, multi-layered sound is created by two Irish folk / bluegrass musicians, and two Iranian born brothers, describing themselves as: “A group of young musicians exploring the relationship between the ancient musical cultures of Ireland and Persia.” We agree with Carl Corcoran of RTE’s The Blue of the Night: “One would think the two musical cultures of Persia and Ireland had been historically connected. They haven’t… until now. A pioneering musical collaboration.”

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Connla
Oct
11
7:45 PM19:45

Connla

Doors 7.45pm - Show 8pm
£12/£8 concession
BYOB
16+


Presented by Moving On Music

Interested in fresh young bands who are making an impact on the Irish folk / trad scene? Well take a look at Connla. With flutes, whistles, harp, uilleann pipes, guitar, vocals and percussion, they’ve been described by Songlines Magazine as: “A must see act,” and are noted for a fresh and exciting approach to traditional music. About their second album, The Next Chapter, Folk Radio say: “… panache, energy, and style abound. Connla certainly have plenty of accolades under their belt already as well as a smattering of all-Ireland champion instrumentalists in their ranks, and this pedigree shines through in their masterful second album.”

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The Historical Harp Society of Ireland
Oct
13
1:00 PM13:00

The Historical Harp Society of Ireland

CONCERT & WORKSHOP
SHOW : 1pm & 3pm.  Free Talk: 2pm
Tickets : £12.50


The Irish harp is the iconic instrument of Ireland, it’s depicted on the national emblem, but how much
do you know about it? The Duncairn is delighted to host the Historical Harp Society of Ireland who are running a day of discovery, starting with a concert by harpist Siobhán Armstrong, and prize-winning singer, Eibhlís Ní Ríordáin. There will also be a beginners’ workshop using copies of ancient Irish harps — no musical experience is necessary but advance booking is advisable. And you can learn about the early Irish harp in a free illustrated talk given by world expert, Simon Chadwick. 
 

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Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh (The Gloaming) & Guests
Oct
20
8:00 PM20:00

Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh (The Gloaming) & Guests

Doors 8pm - Show 8.15pm
£12.50
BYOB


We’re delighted to open our doors to this man again. “Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh blows away all the staid olds tereotypes of the traditional musician,” according to The Irish News. Playing his 10-string hardanger d’amore, he performs around the globe, either solo, in one of several duos, as a member of The Gloaming, or in the band This Is How We Fly. He’s collaborated with the likes of Laurie Anderson and Icelandic band Amiina, and has fifteen recordings under his belt. Nick Kelly of Irish Independent reckons he is: “The missing link between Martin Hayes and Purple Haze.” And he’s returning to The Duncairn.

Book Early

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Stick in the Wheel
Oct
25
7:45 PM19:45

Stick in the Wheel

Doors 7.45pm - Show 8pm
£12/£8 concession
BYOB


Presented by Moving On Music

“We play the music of our people,” east London folk five-piece Stick In The Wheel told No Depression. “We sing in our own accents. We record in our kitchens and living rooms. This is our culture, our tradition.” With four BBC Folk Award nominations, their 2015 debut, From Here, won fRoots Album of the Year and MOJO Folk Album of the Year. The Guardian reckon their second album, Follow Me True: “maintains their fierceness while broadening their sonic palette and embracing a more diverse approach.” Needless to say, they’re right up our street, and this show at The Duncairn is their first time in Belfast.

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Kris Drever
Oct
27
to Oct 28

Kris Drever

Doors 7.30pm, Show 8pm

Tickets £15

BYOB

16+


Kris Drever is one of the Scotland’s finest and most prolific songwriters. 

Returning to Ireland following his acclaimed If Wishes Were Horses album and awards for BBC Folk Awards Best Singer and Best Original Song. 

Much of 2018 has been spent touring playing a best of his career to date set and preparing a new album with Lau. 

This is a rare chance to see Kris in an intimate concert setting. 

If Wishes Were Horses is a collection of semi-biographical songs covering the universal, and not so universal, themes of education, politics, sex, love, ennui, self-employment, social migration and Shetland. Drever’s recent outpouring of songs stems from a move back to the Northern Isles, Shetland this time rather than his native Orkney and the discovery of new lyrical voices to describe his life, times and wild new surroundings.

Helping Kris realise the album are the renowned guitar genius Ian Carr, ace bassist Euan Burton and Admiral Fallow frontman Louis Abbott on drums and vocals.

Drever’s voice and guitar is a part of the backbone of today’s contemporary roots and folk scene. Hugely admired as a solo artist, collaborator, and member of folk superstars Lau, he is a phenomenal and prolific artist. Drever has already played alongside Jack Bruce, Bela Fleck, Tinariwen, Joan As Police Woman, Jerry Douglas, Danny Thompson, Tim O’Brien, Sarah Jarosz, Shawn Colvin, Phil Cunningham, Rosanne Cash, Roddy Woomble, Eddi Reader, Adem, Kate Rusby, Julie Fowlis, Karine Polwart and many more.

Alongside the new material from If Wishes Were Horses, Kris will revisit old songs from across his back catalogue playing many outside of the recording studio for the first time. Fans can get involved by posting, on his Facebook page, old songs they would like to hear; Kris will then pick from those selections.

“Kris Drever is a serious talent”

— MOJO

“The folk revival has a new standard bearer”

— Q Magazine

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FIFTY #4 - Anna Mieke and Alfi
Nov
2
8:00 PM20:00

FIFTY #4 - Anna Mieke and Alfi

Tickets £8
Doors 8pm


Two fresh, fascinating talents for tonight’s Fifty. Wicklow musician, songwriter and composer, Anna Mieke composes and performs on guitar and bouzouki, and uses cello and piano in other projects. Presently working on her debut album, her travels have strongly influenced her music, but traditional Irish such as Sean-nós singing and fiddle have been a focus as well. She’ll share the evening with the Dublin-based trio Alfi who at just one year old have plans for releasing their first EP. With an unusual line-up of harp, five-string banjo, uilleann pipes, whistles and vocals, you’ll hear how Alfi’s sound combines American old-time and traditional Irish music and song.

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The Fiddle Case & Special Guests
Nov
3
7:30 PM19:30

The Fiddle Case & Special Guests

Doors 7.30pm - Show 7.45pm
£15
BYOB


They’re the real thing, The Fiddle Case, a four-piece traditional band from County Clare. You’ll notice when you see them that It’s Eoin O’Neill’s bouzouki that carries their sound. He’s an integral part of
the traditional music scene in Ireland you see, an international player for nigh on three decades. Kieran O’Connell’s love of Irish ballads and rocking country music adds those extra details to his bodhrán, guitar and vocals. Then you add the ace fiddle, percussion and vocals of Adam Shapiro ( originally from South Africa ), while Jon O’Connell’s double bass and guitar manage to ground the band, creating and playing the rhythm.

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Cormac & Benny
Nov
10
7:30 PM19:30

Cormac & Benny

Doors 7.30pm - Show 7.45pm
£10
BYOB


A Scotsman and an Irishman walk into The Duncairn last June to open up for trad superstars Lúnasa. 
The Irishman says, “What do you reckon, would this place be perfect for our CD launch? And the Scotsman says, “Yeah, perfect.” Gifted Belfast guitarist Cormac Crummey has been playing with the talented fiddler Benedict Morris from Glasgow for a few years now. During this time, they’ve compiled a vast collection of music, mostly new compositions penned by themselves and some of Scotland and Ireland’s most notable musicians. This combined with progressive, yet tasteful accompaniment is going to make for a refreshing and enjoyable CD launch. Well done lads!

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Equal Notes Community Choir
Nov
15
7:00 PM19:00

Equal Notes Community Choir

Doors 7pm - Show 7.15pm

Fundraiser : admission £6

A warm welcome to Equal Notes, the community choir for adults with learning disabilities from across the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust area. This incredible, innovative choir is a place where everyone can use their innate creative skills. It’s about showing what people with disabilities are capable of and not what they can’t do. Choir members choose the material to sing, who will sing the songs and where they want to perform. And they chose The Duncairn. Result! We’re privileged to present this show — and here’s something else — Equal Notes will be donating the proceeds of the concert to Children in Need.

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McGoldrick, McCusker & Doyle
Nov
17
7:30 PM19:30

McGoldrick, McCusker & Doyle

Doors 7.30pm - Show 7.45pm
£15
BYOB


“It’s about flying by the seat of your pants, about playing from the heart,” BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner John McCusker says of performing with this trio of maestros at the top of their game. He’s played with Mark Knopfler and Bob Dylan, recorded with Paul Weller, and produced albums for Eddi Reader and Kris Drever. John Doyle is an Irish music linchpin, a founder of Solas, and has worked with Joan Baez and Linda Thompson. And Mike McGoldrick is another BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner, a founder of Lúnasa, plays with Capercaillie, and worked with Mark Knopfler. Hint: Buy tickets early and buy often.

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Matt McGinn Band introducing Zahira
Nov
24
7:30 PM19:30

Matt McGinn Band introducing Zahira

Doors 7.30pm - Show 7.45pm
£12
BYOB


Now this is an interesting mix. Americana UK gave
9 / 10 to Matt McGinn’s latest album, The End of the Common Man. They called it: “An outstanding blend of soulful passion and melody that will haunt and inspire.” Multi-instrumentalist McGinn is a singer, songwriter and producer from Co. Down, with a warm, worn, powerful voice that soulfully carries the worldly-wise lyrics of his songs. He’ll be joined on the night by Irish R&B artist Zahria, whose sound forms a surprisingly captivating combination of musical inspirations such as Sade and Lianne La Havas, as well as the classical piano she has been studying for 10+ years. 

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Joshua Burnside & Once There Was A King
Nov
30
7:30 PM19:30

Joshua Burnside & Once There Was A King

Doors 7.30pm - Show 7.45pm
£15
BYOB


Singer-songwriter Joshua Burnside is one of the first artists to blend Irish and Scottish folk sounds whilst weaving elements of world music, experimental rock, pop, Americana and electronica to create a sound that is wholly unique and modern yet firmly rooted in tradition. His debut album Ephrata won 2017’s Northern Ireland Music Prize, while his latest EP, All Round The Light Said, is described as updating Irish folk music for the 21st century.
As part of what will be a terrific evening we also welcome Dublin-based trio Once There Was A King, performing music that intersects traditional, free improvisation, and folk. Imagine that on The Duncairn’s stage. Perfect.

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John Spillane Curates a Very Special Evening
Dec
8
7:45 PM19:45

John Spillane Curates a Very Special Evening

Doors 7.45pm - Show 8pm
£15
BYOB


“John Spillane is my favourite songwriter for the last 10 years,” Christy Moore famously said of the gifted musician and songwriter. He’s an artist variously described as a storyteller, a poet, a dreamer. And he’s a long- term friend of The Duncairn. So, when we wanted to celebrate the run-up to Christmas, we could think of no one better than the man himself. Curating a night of his own music, John will perform solo and with some of his favourite collaborators. ( Maybe, if we’re lucky, there’ll be a hint of that new album? ) This night will celebrate the coming season in its truest spirit. Nollaig shona daoibh!

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Alan Kelly Gang with Eddi Reader
Sep
21
8:00 PM20:00

Alan Kelly Gang with Eddi Reader

Friday 21st September

Doors 8pm

Tickets £17.50

£15 early bird before August 31st


The Alan Kelly Gang, one of Ireland’s leading contemporary trad acts, team up with Scotland’s internationally acclaimed and mesmerizing songstress, Eddi Reader, of Fairground Attraction fame and Trashcan Sinatra’s guitarist and songwriter, John Douglas. The result is sheer musical synergy in its most natural form. Brimming with powerful instrumentals, alluring songs and buoyant harmonies this is a wonderful union of Scottish and Irish traditional and folk music from true masters. Originally put together as a once off collaboration, the idea has since developed into a global headlining act; their performances have been praised for leaving audiences spellbound. Scotland’s The Living Tradition magazine has described it as ‘an astonishing concert’.

Alan Kelly has long been declared Ireland’s innovative piano accordion maestro and not only described by New York’s Irish Voice as ‘in league with the best piano accordionists in the world’ but also credited with ‘making the piano accordion hip in Ireland again’ (fRoots). He is joined by, acclaimed New York singer and flautist, Steph Geremia and the masterful and innovative guitarist, Shane McGowan. The gang delivers a unique and diverse perspective to the Celtic repertoire. The sheer energy and variation in repertoire that they infuse into their live performance has set them apart from the mold and placed them at the cutting edge of the traditional and world music scene.

Eddi Reader has effortlessly developed into one of popular music’s most thrilling and affecting performers, with an MBE, a number 1 single and 7 acclaimed solo albums behind her, what sets Eddi apart is the depth and quality of the emotional performance; her ability not only to move the listener, but to connect her experience to that of her audience. From the traditional to the contemporary, Eddi extinguishes the preordained boundaries of genre, bringing joyous life to all forms of song. Her rare blend of meltingly true vocals and towering romanticism combine with an astute and pragmatic nature to make her a unique and powerful figure in contemporary British music. Eddi is joined by husband, John Douglas, a highly gifted songwriter and guitarist and member of the Scottish band, The Trashcan Sinatras. He has penned such powerful and timeless classics including, Wild Mountainside, which is included on Eddi’s classic 2003 album, The Songs of Roberts Burns.

 

★★★★★ The Irish Times   ★★★★ “Exceptional” R2     ★★★★ Folk Radio UK

★★★★ “This is a party looking for a crowd” Irish Times

 

“one of the best Irish bands playing today” New York Irish Arts

 

“Eddi Reader is one of my favorite singers of all time, she has one of the most amazing voices, on a whole other level. No one sounds like her; she has the power and strength of a singer from another age. I like to imagine that, before music was recorded, this is what the great singers sounded like. You don’t have to know anything about music, but something hits you as soon as you hear her sing.” Jools Holland

 

“one of Scotland’s greatest national treasures” The Scotsman

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Michael Cunningham
Sep
15
8:00 PM20:00

Michael Cunningham

Doors 7.30pm, Show 8pm

Tickets £10

BYOB

16+


Enjoy a brilliantly entertaining night of great music & craic with singer songwriter Michael Cunningham & his superb 7-piece band.  Michael is a very talented and popular musician originally from North Belfast. He’s played at many top venues including the last two years as lead singer at Belfast’s biggest independent gig at the Titanic Quarter to a Halloween audience of over 30,000.

Michael is making a home-coming appearance at the Duncairn Centre for Arts & Culture on Saturday 15th September. He’ll be playing songs from his recently released debut album "Hidden Treasure" and a selection from his next album "Patiently Impatient” 

Both releases are a compelling mix of catchy melodies & clever lyrics, all based around the timeless subjects of Love, Loss & Loneliness.

Don’t miss this special treat for music lovers everywhere!  

The support act on the night is singer songwriter Kevin Young with a great selection of original material. 

 

Doors open 7.30pm, tickets £10 each and BYOB..!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FIFTY #2 - Joseph McNulty, Lemoncello and Lorkin O’Reilly
Sep
14
8:00 PM20:00

FIFTY #2 - Joseph McNulty, Lemoncello and Lorkin O’Reilly

Tickets £8
Doors 8pm


By its very nature, tonight’s Fifty will be greater than the sum of its Celtic parts. The fiddle and bodhrán of Co. Mayo’s gifted Joseph McNulty will bring an undiluted spirit of Irish traditional music to ground the Fifty stage. And we’re delighted to welcome back Irish duo Lemoncello, whose fresh harmonies and vocal melodies are accompanied essentially by cello and guitar, giving them a natural, homespun touch. Don’t go yet though! Fifty also proudly presents acoustic songwriter Lorkin O’Reilly whose reputation is growing in the New York City folk scene for his skilful lyrics and guitar style evoking the likes of Bert Janschand Nick Drake.

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Ryan Young
Sep
6
7:45 PM19:45

Ryan Young

Doors 7.45pm - Show 8pm
£12/£8 concession
BYOB
16+


Presented by Moving On Music

The Duncairn is the perfect setting for a Scottish fiddle player like Ryan Young. Lau’s Aidan O’Rourke talks of his: “Uniquely graceful and expressive playing.” He’s been nominated several times for BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards, voted Best Musician in the 2018 Folking awards, and won MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards 2016 Up and Coming Artist of the Year. Known for breathing new life into older, often forgotten Scottish tunes, his performances are described as soulful, exciting and full of uplifting rhythmic drive, with a modest stage presence that belies his phenomenal ability. See this talent in Belfast accompanied by award-winning guitarist Craig Irving ( Talisk: Mànran ). 

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'Belfast Harp Festival of 1792' - With Mary Bergin, Dermot Byrne, Seamie O'Dowd, Edel Fox, Úna Monaghan, Conor Lamb, Liz Doherty, Siobhán O'Donnell & Martin Dowling
Jul
30
8:00 PM20:00

'Belfast Harp Festival of 1792' - With Mary Bergin, Dermot Byrne, Seamie O'Dowd, Edel Fox, Úna Monaghan, Conor Lamb, Liz Doherty, Siobhán O'Donnell & Martin Dowling

Date: Monday 30th July

Doors: 8pm

Tickets: £10/12

BYOB

 

The Belfast Harp Festival, called by contemporary writers “The Belfast Harpers Assembly”,11–14 July 1792, was a four-day event organised by merchant class Presbyterians Dr. James McDonnell, Robert Bradshaw and Henry Joy, (proprietor of the Belfast News-Letter and uncle to Henry Joy McCracken). It’s purpose was to revive an interest in harp music and to collect the music of the harpers and note their style of playing for future generations. What was hoped to be a revival proved to be a farewell to the old tradition. Eleven harpers attended. Seven were blind. The eldest, Denis Hempson (1695 -1807) from Derry, was 97. He was the only one to use the ancient way of playing with the fingernails. By far the most important thing that happened at the festival was that a young man from Armagh named Edward Bunting(1773-1843) was employed to write down the music of the harpers and to make notes on their instrumental techniques. He dedicated the rest of his life to collecting and preserving Irish music. He published three volumes of music, collectively known as the Ancient Music of Ireland. Tonight we pay tribute to that event and the Bunting Collection.

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Victoria McNulty - Confessionals a poem
Jul
24
7:30 PM19:30

Victoria McNulty - Confessionals a poem

Doors 7pm, Show 7.30pm

Tickets £5

BYOB 

+16


“Scotland’s most exciting poetic prospect.” Darren Loki McGarvey, Author: Poverty Safari

“Chronicler and vanguard of a marginalised working class.” Kevin P Gilday, Sonnet Youth

Illustrated by Kirstin Boyle published by Speculative Books

Raised in Glasgow’s East End, Victoria McNulty is a bold new voice from the margins of a divided society. Her first publication, to be published in October 2017 by Speculative Books, is an ambitious long form poetic story, first developed for the Visible Women’s Festival in March 2017.

A coming of age character piece, Confessionals tells the story of one night shift in an East End boozer, as a young barmaid encounters the devastating consequences of a society riven by poverty, sectarianism and domestic violence, only to be  united in activism, hope and raw human potential. Bold, honest and hard-hitting, McNulty draws on her own direct lived experience as a young mother and worker, shining a light on the corners of society so often neglected by mainstream literature and media.

The highlights of Victoria’s career so far include being part of the poets’ team at BBC The Social’s inaugural Rappers Vs. Poets event at the Edinburgh Festival in 2016 – an event performed in front of a capacity crowd and live streamed to tens of thousands around the world via Facebook Live. Winner of Glasgow’s 2017 Sonnet Youth Slam, she has performed as an invited guest at the BBC6 Music Festival, the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Arab Arts Focus programme, and the Feile an Phobail events in Belfast, Northern Ireland, performing alongside seasoned poets including Liz Lochhead, Kate Tempest and Hollie McNish.

Started by a collective of Glasgow writers, performers and SF otaku, Speculative Books is a new venture from the team behind the successful Speculative Bookshop events, which saw them selling much-loved second-hand SF novels at live events throughout the city, as well as getting involved with publishing ‘zines and pamphlets, and putting on live literature performances of their own. Confessionals is their second publication.

“The arrow in Barrowland buzzes overhead. I am not scared... but I know I should be.”

FACEBOOK.COM/VICTORIAMCNULTYPOETRY

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Press Contact: Victoria McNulty | rhiannon1890@gmail.com | Review copies: Speculative Books | mail@speculativebooks.net

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Strung
Jun
30
8:15 PM20:15

Strung

Doors 8pm, Show 8.15pm

Tickets £12.50

BYOB

16+


Strung are a contemporary Irish music ensemble based in Cork, comprising Maria Ryan (violin/vocals), Lucia Mac Partlin (violin), Séan Warren (cello) and Aonghus McCarthy (piano). While undergoing classical training at Cork School of Music, they maintained a participating interest in Irish traditional music. Their dynamic ensemble and unique backgrounds allow them to subtly integrate complex harmonies and innovative motifs, while staying true to the deep-rooted authenticity of traditional Irish melodies. Strung’s sound radiates with originality, yet has an understated energy that instantly captivates. 

In March 2016, Strung were winners of the Michigan Irish Music Initiative, a national competition for up and coming traditional Irish groups. In September 2016, they performed at the Michigan Irish Music Festival.

"Congratulations to Strung on their grand prize victory at the 2016 Michigan Irish Music Initiative. Your fine ensemble brings a truly unique, innovative and entirely musical energy to the trad Irish music scene. Your award was unanimous and enthusiastically given"- Tom Schaub (Michigan Irish Music Festival)

 

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Villiers and the Villains - Album launch
Jun
23
8:15 PM20:15

Villiers and the Villains - Album launch

Doors 8pm, Show 8.15pm

Tickets £10

BYOB

16+


“You want your support to be good…but not this good!”
MARK KERMODE - THE DODGE BROTHERS / BBC

“Villiers and The Villains conjure the frantic, dirty blues sounds of the 60’s Reeperbahn. Other more tender moments drip with an ‘Astral Weeks’ like sweet cherry wine.”
FOLK & TUMBLE


“Dylan and The Band in The Big Pink basement, after several bottles of red”
TREVOR HODGETT - R2 MAGAZINE


With an original and unique sound carved from the music of legends like The Band, Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, Muddy Waters and Hank Williams, Villiers and The Villains have been creating a buzz with their songs and their sound.

Tony Villiers heads up this lean-mean-barroom-band featuring Doc Doherty on electric guitar, Aidan McGillion on drums and Kevin Mahoney on bass. They’ve received a slew of reviews including R2 Magazine’s Trevor Hodgett comparing their sound to “Dylan and The Band in The Big Pink basement after several bottles of red” and high praise from the BBC’s Mark Kermode and Ralph McLean.

Lyrically and musically their songs have been drawing attention, and this, combined with an authentic sound and thrilling live show, has steadily built Villiers and The Villains a loyal following.

The band launch their new album ‘Music Confounds The Machines’ at The Duncairn, Belfast on Saturday 23rd June. Recorded and mixed in analog at Take Six Studios and backed by The Arts Council NI, the new LP contains 14 brand new original songs. Download & CD pre-orders are available at: www.villiersandthevillains.com
 


VILLIERS AND THE VILLAINS
…MORE PRESS QUOTES
 

“Ten out of ten for ripping it up”
ACOUSTIC MAGAZINE
 

“Echoes of Blind Boy Fuller”
BLUES IN BRITAIN
 

“I’m lovin’ this album!”
BIG BOY BLOATER, THE BLUES MAGAZINE, TEAMROCK RADIO

“All the attributes of a modern day folk music hero”
FATEA


"Superb songwriting rooted in a great tradition"
RALPH McLEAN, BBC RADIO ULSTER

 

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Lúnasa
Jun
15
8:15 PM20:15

Lúnasa

Doors 8pm, Show 8.15pm

Tickets £15

BYOB

16+



Thrilled to welcome back these giants of Traditional Music.

Twenty-one years and still growing… This year marks the release of the tenth album from Lúnasa, the traditional music band from Ireland that have established themselves as one of the most exciting and revered bands playing Irish music today. Entitled ‘Cas,’ which is the Gaelic word for Turn, the new CD marks a departure for the band that the New York Times claimed was “the hottest Irish acoustic group on the planet”.  Cas feature vocals for the first time on a Lúnasa recording and the band assembled an enviable collection of friends to call on to guest on Cas – among them, Natalie Merchant, Tim O’Brien, Daoiri Farrell and Mary Chapin Carpenter. 
Lúnasa delivers music with a passion that informs every note and continues to define and redefine the genre. Their innovative arrangements and unique approach to the music create a singular sound that has propelled Irish acoustic music from familiar ground into surprising and exciting new territory.
Comprising Seán Smyth (fiddle and low whistles), Kevin Crawford (flute, low whistles and tin whistles), Cillian Vallely (uilleann pipes and low whistles), Trevor Hutchinson (double bass) and the group’s newest member Ed Boyd (guitar), the all-star quintet has become one of the most popular bands on the international Celtic music scene.
 

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Super Saturday Special - My Father's Chair
Jun
2
10:30 AM10:30

Super Saturday Special - My Father's Chair

Free event

From 10.30am to 2.30pm

Everybody's welcome!


Free Arts & Crafts activities for the kids (12noon to 2pm) followed by Stephen Begg's Family Drama....

‘My Father’s Chair’ is a performance for families about the nature of fatherhood. What is it like to have a Dad? What is it like to be a Dad? How does society view the role of fathers in children’s lives? 

As a theatre maker and a Dad, Stephen Beggs explores all these questions, creating a funny, challenging and emotional journey for audiences along the way – a Father’s voice and perspective in the world of theatre for young audiences.

To register for the FREE performance email debbie@174trust.org

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Lonesome George
May
19
8:15 PM20:15

Lonesome George

Doors 8pm, Show 8.15pm

Tickets £8.50

Ticket & CD Bundle £15

BYOB

16+


Lonesome George – “Flat As The Earth” Album Launch and Concert

100% BELFAST

Here at The Duncairn, we love nothing better than supporting local artists and celebrating their creativity. So it is an absolute pleasure for us to host these lads for their debut album launch.

Lonesome George are making waves in Belfast, Ireland, and beyond with an infectious blend of traditional tunes and modern day protest songs. The tunes are undeniably uplifting, 

despite potent subject matter ranging from environmental disaster, the current refugee crisis and the inhumanity of modern life. 

Their style and instrumentation is informed by the Belfast traditional scene, in which all of the members take an active part. Inspired by the traditional music of their city and their island, they take influence from their own substantial cultural heritage, but also all walks of life; and this is evident in the rich, organic and beautiful music they make.

 

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Ye Vagabonds & The Murphy Beds
May
13
8:15 PM20:15

Ye Vagabonds & The Murphy Beds

Doors 8pm, Show 8.15pm

Tickets £12.50

BYOB

16+


Ye Vagabonds

Buoyed by the success of their debut EP Rose & Briar in 2015, and continuing support from respected musicians like Lisa Hannigan, Roy Harper and Glen Hansard; brothers Brían and Diarmuid Mac Gloinn, who form Ye Vagabonds, released their highly anticipated debut album to great critical acclaim. When Ye Vagabonds are in town you can expect harmony rich folk music, influenced by Irish traditional music, Appalachian singing, and the 1960's folk revival. Ye Vagabonds’ music is comprised of mellow melodies weaved with thoughtful lyrics, thickly layered with strings and droning harmonium.

The Murphy Beds

The Murphy Beds (Jefferson Hamer and Eamon O’Leary) present traditional and original folk songs with close harmonies and deft instrumental arrangements on bouzouki, guitar, and mandolin. They have performed and collaborated with artists across the folk spectrum including Beth Orton, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Anais Mitchell, and Sam Amidon.

“their great feat turns out to be taking what’s best of the classic Irish folk revival without falling into any of its clichés. The resulting album bears repeated listening from start to finish, with ten beautiful, crystalline songs.” –Huffington Post

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David Keenan Band with Harry Hoban & The Brothers Kane
May
12
to May 13

David Keenan Band with Harry Hoban & The Brothers Kane

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Doors 8pm, Show 8.15pm

Tickets £15

BYOB


We decided to put together a very special weekend Celebration of creativity to mark our 4th Birthday and just had to have these guys to be part of it. The Events team travelled to Whelan's, Dublin, for our Christmas party and were simply BLOWN AWAY by both bands. NOT TO BE MISSED. 100% Brilliance Guaranteed.

David Keenan and his Band
Not just another young lad with an acoustic guitar, Keenan is the sound of Tim Buckley and Brendan Behan arguing over a few jars, while Kavanagh deals Dylan a suspicious hand of cards, and Anthony Cronin and Jack Kerouac furiously try to scribble it all down. 
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David Keenan is a twenty-four-year-old Irish songwriter whose words seem to walk a fine line between poetry and prose with a voice that grabs you by the scruff and takes you by the hand into his world of imagination.

Inspired by escapism and lyrical greats such as Yeats, Kavanagh, Dylan and Cohen he embodied the role of a down and outs young apprentice and scoured the streets of Liverpool and London for experience before taking his notes and embryonic ideas back home to dissect.

In Keenan, the Irish storytelling tradition is alive and well and his live performances are both spiritual and intense in equal measure.

Harry Hoban and the Brothers Kane… 
are a 4 piece 100% originals band. They formed in 2013. They consist of Harry Hoban, Gar Kane and Gerry Kane from Dublin and session musician David Bellew from Dundalk.

Their music is an eclectic mix of everything from acoustic folk to storytelling ballads with a punk edge. 

They have played to packed houses in Whelan’s, The Spirit Store and The Sugar Club recently to name a few.

They are launching their debut single ‘Tyrannosaur’ this Spring and will follow up with an EP this Summer as
they attack festival season, spilling their guts through story and song.

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Big Breakfast Super Sunday with a Hint of Nashville!
Apr
29
10:30 AM10:30

Big Breakfast Super Sunday with a Hint of Nashville!

Now firmly established as one of the best arts and community experiences on Belfast’s cultural calendar, The Big Breakfast Super Sunday Sessions provide the opportunity for everyone to enjoy a high quality FREE arts and music event in the stunning surroundings of The Duncairn. If you enjoy listening to
live music, classic albums, trying your hand at a variety of arts and craft classes or simply meeting family and friends in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, then this is the perfect way to spend your Sunday morning / afternoon. 

These special Sunday events are family friendly and include art workshops for the kids. You can simply come along and chill out reading the papers (provided by us) or grab a coffee or a bite to eat from Café Krem. The Super Sunday Sessions features the work of and performances from the very best of international, local and emerging talent. So if you haven’t been yet, please come along, you’ll be very welcome. And if you have attended before, we look forward to seeing you all again very soon! 
As part of the new series we are delighted to also showcase the finest of our local young musicians from a wide variety of musical genres. 

With exceptional musicians in abundance, local audiences are starting to take notice and embrace our home grown talent more and more. The youth session will provide a platform with which these young artists can hone their skills, gain valuable experience and also, with your help, a listening and attentive audience. So come along and not only be astounded by the talent but also support the next wave of truly exceptional musicians Belfast has to offer.

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Saint Sister
Apr
28
8:15 PM20:15

Saint Sister

Doors 8pm, Show 8.15pm

£15

BYOB 

16+


We are delighted to present Saint Sister as part of the Nashville in Belfast week of events, taking place across the city, from Saturday 28 April – Monday 7 May 2018, dedicated to Nashville, the music city of America.

Saint Sister, formed in November 2014, is the creation of Morgan MacIntyre and Gemma Doherty. Their music draws from early Celtic harp traditions, 60s folk and electronic pop to create ‘atmosfolk'—a mix of soulful vocal harmonies, dreamy synth and electro-acoustic harp.

2016’s ‘Tin Man’ came out as part of Communion’s Singles Club and received continued support from national radio, both at home and abroad. The track was nominated for song of the year by the Choice Music Prize and the band named "Best Irish Band" in 2016 by the readers of the Irish Times. ices.

Since their formation, the band have toured extensively throughout Europe. They made their US debut in March 2016 with multiple showcases at SXSW, and have had notable appearances at numerous festivals including BBC Introducing at Glastonbury, Latitude, Electric Picnic, Longitude, The Great Escape, Reeperbahn Festival. 2017 saw the band headline several tours of Europe, including a show at The National Concert Hall, Dublin. In September the band opened for The National in the Cork Opera house.

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Slow Moving Clouds
Apr
21
8:15 PM20:15

Slow Moving Clouds

Doors 8pm, Show 8.15pm

£12,50

BYOB

16+


Slow Moving Clouds are a band based in Dublin, Ireland. They bring together roots in the Irish and Nordic folk traditions with post-punk drones, baroque strings, and soaring falsetto vocals – creating an immersive, atmospheric sound unlike anything you’ve heard before.

Recent live highlights include performances at the 3Arena, Dublin (with Ludovico Einaudi), Sydney Opera House (with Teac Damsa’s Swan Loch / Loch na hEala), and Sounds From A Safe Harbour, Cork (with The National). The bands are currently combining touring with work on their second album, which is slated for release in spring 2018.

In 2016 Slow Moving Clouds created the score for Teac Damsa’s Swan Lake / Loch na hEala, a contemporary adaptation of the classical ballet, set in the Irish midlands. The work premiered to critical and popular acclaim at the 2016 Dublin Theatre Festival, and was awarded Best Production at the 2017 Irish Theatre Awards. It is currently touring internationally with Slow Moving Clouds performing the score live.

This work built on their critically acclaimed 2015 debut album, Os, which drew comparisons to Icelandic post-rock legends Sigur Ros and Irish traditional supergroup The Gloaming. Os was hailed as ‘rich, intriguing and accomplished’ Jim Carroll (The Irish Times); and ‘emotive, euphoric and unique music’ Steve Hunt (fRoots).

Slow Moving Clouds are:

AKI (nyckelharpa, vocals)

DANNY DIAMOND (fiddle)

KEVIN MURPHY (cello, vocals)

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David Kitt
Mar
24
8:00 PM20:00

David Kitt

Doors: 7.30pm

Show: 8pm

Tickets: £12.50

BYOB

16+


We are over the moon to welcome The Kittster to The Duncairn – we love this guy’s music!

David Kitt is an Irish musician/producer that crosses multiple genres.

David's father and uncles formed a successful touring folk group when he was young so he grew up surrounded by music, and he himself began performing live sets while studying music technology at Trinity College, Dublin. He recorded and mixed the seven tracks of his debut release in his bedroom and this debut LP, the quietly magnetic Small Moments (Rough Trade) was followed by the expansive ambient textures and looping pop mantras of The Big Romance (Blanco y Negro, 2001); his biggest selling record.

Then came Square One (WEA) in 2003; the soundtrack to falling in love, and The Black & Red Notebook (Rough Trade, 2005) which was, quite simply, a covers album. A snapshot tribute to a record collection, with fascinating gimmick-free Kitt-style workovers of Sonic Youth, Thin Lizzy, JJ Cale et al. 2006’s return to original material, Not Fade Away (Rough Trade) captured an artist dealing with the post-relationship whirlwind of excess and contemplation.

His album The Nightsaver, his sixth LP, the result of two years of late-night experimentation caught in the reverie of writing and recording in a home studio at the top of a winding staircase somewhere along Dublin’s Grand Canal. In addition, David has recently released an string of electronic 12"s as New Jackson on labels including Hivern, Permanent Vacation and Major Problems.

Describing Yous, his first solo record for nine years as “the most free I’ve felt making a record since my debut Small Moments”, David Kitt’s sense of freedom is bound up in themes of renewal, movement, and a constant reshaping of his musical preoccupations. Yous releases the 9th of March and is available for Pre-Order now! (https://tinyurl.com/y8kbq8ff)

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Sirkis/Bialas IQ
Mar
22
8:00 PM20:00

Sirkis/Bialas IQ

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Featuring:

Asaf Sirkis (Isr/Uk) - Drums, Compositions

Sylwia Bialas (Pol/Uk) - Voice, Compositions

Frank Harrison - Piano, Keyboards

Kevin Glasgow - Electric Bass

The Sirkis/Bialas International Quartet is a collaboration between drummer/composer Asaf Sirkis, known for his work with the Lighthouse trio (ACT), Gilad Atzmon, Tim Garland, Larry Corryel, John Abercrombie, Asaf Sirkis Trio, and Polish vocalist/composer extraordinaire Sylwia Bialas. The quartet features bassist Kevin Glasgow, and the acclaimed Frank Harrison on piano and keyboards (UK).

The band cover a wide range of influences such as contemporary classical music, Polish folk, South Indian & Middle Eastern musics as well as a wide range of dynamics – from the most delicate ballad all the way to high-energy electric virtuoso lines and everything in between. Expect soulful melodies, aerospheric sounds with strong grooves, a full color electro-acoustic jazz with an ethnic touch and some uncommonly used instruments and sound effects. 

 

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Music Unite: Patrick Ayrton and Friends
Mar
13
6:30 PM18:30

Music Unite: Patrick Ayrton and Friends

From 6.30pm to 9pm

Free event

BYOB 

16+


Patrick Ayrton – internationally renowned conductor, harpsichordist and organist at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague and a passionate educator in the field of improvisation, together with celebrated German violinist Daniela Helm will join musical forces with the Cormeen Rising Sons of William flute band for this very special night of music and friendship. 

During the evening, young people from North Belfast will be presented with certificates on the completion of ‘For Your Freedom and Ours’ shared history programme. To mark the occasion, Frasier Hickland, a 19-year-old pianist and organist from Lisburn will perform his own composition entitled Polish Suite, which features four pieces and includes elements of Polish, Irish and British music.

Special guests will include Lord Alderdice, Polish Consul General Mr Dariusz Adler and the award-winning author Clare Mulley.

This event is organised by the Centre for Democracy and Peace and is supported by The Executive Office’s T:BUC Good Relations programme.

Part of Imagine Belfast Festival of Ideas & Politics https://imaginebelfast.com

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Moxie
Mar
10
8:00 PM20:00

Moxie

Doors: 7.30pm

Show: 8pm

Tickets £12.50

BYOB

16+


"MOXIE is the music of a new era, where fluidity, cross-pollination, and innovation are the future and salvation of Irish music." Irish Examiner

MOXIES are Ted Kelly (banjo/guitar), Jos Kelly (keyboards/button accordion), Darren Roche (button accordion), Cillian Doheny (acoustic & electric guitars) and Josh Sampson (drums).

Moxie’s music has a solid traditional backbone, inspired and shaped by the surrounds of the west of Ireland, but with progressive, world and jazz influences creeping in. Their heady and distinctive sound puts them at the forefront of the new wave of acoustic Irish music . Having built a reputation for their highly charged live performances, this return to the Duncairn is not to be missed.

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Mick Flannery with special guest LemonCello
Mar
3
8:00 PM20:00

Mick Flannery with special guest LemonCello

Doors 7.30pm
£15
BYOB
16+


Mick Flannery is widely regarded as one of the finest singer-songwriters to come out of Ireland in recent years. An award winning- double platinum selling artist, Mick has released five albums to date – including two number ones and received widespread airplay. He became the first Irish musician to ever win awards at the International Songwriting Competition in Nashville, aged 19. His critically acclaimed live performances have seen him sell out shows in Ireland's Olympia Theatre and Cork Opera House.

Mick first picked up a guitar at age of 14 under the musical influence of his mother's family in their old farmhouse in Blarney, Co. Cork where he grew up listening to Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, and Jim Croce. Mick wrote songs throughout his teens, while training as a stonemason, which culminated in him signing to a major label at just 21 and releasing his first album “Evening Train".

Mick's most recent albums were written in Berlin, a move Mick himself refers to as “self-imposed exile". His current album "I Own You", sees Mick deal with broader issues than previous work including themes of social injustice and inequality. Mick currently lives in County Clare, Ireland where he is working on his sixth studio album.

"astute and sophisticated lyrics" RTE

"strong, imaginative melodies" Irish Examiner

"a song-writing force to be reckoned with" Irish times

"an album dripping with maturity, poise and potential" Entertainment.ie

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LemonCello:
Laura Quirke (guitar, vocals) and Claire Kinsella (cello, vocals) started performing together while studying music and languages in Maynooth University, Ireland. Harmonious vocal melodies simply accompanied by cello and guitar, lend a sincere and honest rootsy sound, borrowing from wide range of influences, traditional and alternative. The result is music described by Remy's Music Blog as “soothing for the soul".

In their relatively short life-span, LemonCello have played a sold out show in France at the beautiful Musée de La Piscine in Roubaix, supported Irish folk hero Damien Dempsey, played several music festivals across Ireland, and helped start 'Common Grounds Collective', a group dedicated to building a network of artists of all genres, and give them a platform to write
and perform original works within a nurturing community environment.

LemonCello spent much of 2016 writing material in France and Ireland and are now preparing to record debut EP.

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David Hull Promotions Presents: Allan Taylor and Na Leanai
Feb
24
8:00 PM20:00

David Hull Promotions Presents: Allan Taylor and Na Leanai

Doors 7.30pm
16+
£12.50
BYOB


For over 45 years Allan Taylor has travelled the world performing at festivals, in concert halls and clubs.  Allan is considered to be one of the foremost singer-songwriters and guitarists in his genre with over one hundred recorded versions of his songs by artistes in ten different languages. His hit song ‘Good to See’ has over eighty cover versions to date!

This year Allan will be performing alongside Na Leanai, the children of the ‘Sands Family’.  These young people were born into a rich musical heritage, growing up with fiddles, flutes, guitars and percussion, learning the beautiful rich tunes played by their parents before them.  Na Leanai play haunting airs that speak to your very soul, to enthralling vocal harmonies that will awaken your senses and lively foot tapping jigs. 

Combined, Allan Taylor and Na Leanai will not only be a show not to be missed, but an experience of talented musicianship and wonderful music that will leave your senses tingling and will give you goose bumps.

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John Spillane and Lisa Loughrey
Feb
17
8:00 PM20:00

John Spillane and Lisa Loughrey

Doors 7.30pm

£14

BYOB

16+


The Legend that is John Spillane — a musician, songwriter, performer, recording artist, storyteller, poet, dreamer — a canvass filled with colour and brilliance. His music transports the listener; his live performance captivates the audience. In a world filled with strife and upheaval, a time-out with John Spillane is enough to ease the load a bit on anyone lucky enough to bask in his light. The man and his music are pure magic.

Two-time Meteor award winner, John is one of the most accomplished songwriters in Ireland today. Among those who have covered his songs are Christy Moore, Karan Casey, Pauline Scanlon, Cathy Ryan, Sharon Shannon, Sean Keane and George Murphy, to name a few.


Kildare native Lisa Loughrey began her singing and songwriting career with Dublin based alt folk band, The Mariannes. In 2014, she was singled out for top honours in the inaugural Clancy Brother’s Songwriting Competition for the track, Lost with All Hands. 

Lisa is currently working with multi-instrumentalist and producer Nathan Maher (Buffalo Sunn) and upright bass player Damian McMahon, (formerly of Tupelo) on a collection of solo material and is set to release her debut album in 2018. The sound of this new material is grounded in roots genres. She was also shortlisted for a Pure M best solo female award for 2017. 

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Blindboy Boatclub Podcast Show
Feb
10
8:00 PM20:00

Blindboy Boatclub Podcast Show

Doors 7.30pm

£15

BYOB

16+


Blindboy Boatclub and his new podcast show comes to The Duncairn!

We wanted to bring this show to North Belfast so badly that we overran our programme deadline in order to get it confirmed. Therefore, at the time of going to print we we do not yet have the final details of the show. A small price to pay to bring “The Hottest Ticket in Ireland” to The Duncairn.

What a year it has been for Blindboy, A Number One Podcast, Best Selling and Critically Acclaimed debut book. We are over the moon to bring this amazing artist here and look forward to an engaging and entertaining night of conversation, storytelling, music and humour.

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Ulaid and Duke Special
Feb
9
8:00 PM20:00

Ulaid and Duke Special

Doors 7.30pm
£15
BYOB
16+


Ulaid & Duke Special announce the December release of their new collaborative album "A Note Let Go", followed by dates across Ireland in February 2018.

When contemporary song writing and traditional Irish music meet, the results can be something to be treasured. Such is the case with the new release ‘A Note Let Go’, a collaboration between traditional group Ulaid, and singer-songwriter extraordinaire Duke Special.
The collaboration of these acts draws on two vastly different worlds of music. Through his skills in song writing, Duke Special injects drama and theatricality into the mix, bringing storytelling to the fore with meditative twists and turns amid the melodic architecture. Ulaid’s mixture of skills in arrangement, interpretation, composition and performance lend a peculiarly folk-but-modern, urban-but-pastoral air to the whole.

For a collaboration that may have seemed unlikely in theory, it proves itself thoroughly in practice; when heard, it somehow seems inevitable -  Colin Harper

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The Robinson Panoramic Quartet presented by Moving On Music + Belfast Music Society
Feb
7
9:00 PM21:00

The Robinson Panoramic Quartet presented by Moving On Music + Belfast Music Society

Pre-concert talk: 8.15pm

Show: 9pm

Tickets: £10, under 25s £6

BYOB

16+


Anita Vedres - violin, Robin Panter - viola, Kate Ellis - cello, and Malachy Robinson - bass

PROGRAMME - Matthew Whiteside: Quartet 2013, Ondrej Adamek: Chamber Noise for cello and bass (2nd movt) 2010, Amy RooneyAccuracy and Precision 2017 (Night Music commission) Bohuslav Martinů: 3 Madrigals for violin and viola 1949, Raymond Deane: Quadripartita 2014

Welcome to the fifth edition of Night Music. This series brings the very best chamber concerts to Belfast on the first Wednesday of the month during February, March, and April, performed in the most beautiful venues in the city.

The Robinson Panoramic Quartet comprises members of the Irish Chamber Orchestra, the Irish Baroque Orchestra and the Crash Ensemble. These musicians are at the forefront of their field in Ireland and are continually involved in many diverse chamber music projects.

This pioneering group explores the possibilities of an alternative to the conventional string quartet in which both tonal palette and range are extended. Composers have reacted very enthusiastically and they have built up a significant repertoire for the Panoramic String Quartet.

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REAL MUSIC CLUB presents: The Orphan Brigade
Feb
3
8:00 PM20:00

REAL MUSIC CLUB presents: The Orphan Brigade

Doors 7.30pm, Show 8pm
Tickets £14
BYOB
Ages 16+


To support their 2015 release, Soundtrack to a Ghost Story — which documented the Civil War-era history of a haunted house in Kentucky — Joshua Britt, Ben Glover, and Neilson Hubbard toured Europe, landing an invitation to explore Osimo, Italy, and the 2,500-year-old caves under its streets. The tunnels once hosted secret societies and saints who fought for God with body and soul, leaving their stories hidden within the cave walls. “When we walked into the caves, we knew immediately that we had another story full of life, death, spirituality, transformation, and mysticism," Hubbard says. That was the moment the Orphan Brigade shifted from being a one-off project to being a band. The opening strains of the Orphan Brigade's Heart of the Cave album feel ancient, sacred, and tribal. A drum beat. A shaker. A howling choir. Voices rise up in unison, chanting, "We ain't leaving but a pile of bones. We ain't leaving no more." The story begins at the end because, no matter which road we take, we all arrive at the same destination: death of the physical body. Embracing that one indelible truth takes faith and gives freedom, which is why reckoning with mortality fuels so many spiritual journeys, just as it fuels this artistic one. “The caves became the backdrop for our own inner explorations and our time in Osimo turned into a intensely personal, life-changing experience for us," Glover concludes. “We literally were going into the earth to search for these songs and, in doing so, we transcended the surface of our lives and went deep within ourselves."

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