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202 Main Street, Barriefield. The Rambling House

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2016 Irish Music Series

The usual reminder, a house is just a house and only holds so many (about 45) and our house concerts have almost always sold out.
  Send an e-mail to rmacdiarmid@cogeco.ca to book your spot for the concert or workshop weekend

House Concert with Caitlín Nic Gabhann and Ciarán Ó Maonaigh 202 Main Street, Barriefield. Friday May 20, 2016. 7:30

Caitlín Nic Gabhann (concertina) and Ciarán Ó Maonaigh (fiddle) are two of the finest instrumentalists on the Irish traditional scene. Individually they are stunning but together they bring a freshness and excitement to the music that is uniquely their own.” Robbie O’Connell (The Clancy Brothers)

Caitlin and Ciaran

Caitlin and Ciarán

Belleville Concert
Thursday May 19th. Doors open 7pm, Concert at 7:30. $20

Seating is limited
Email for the address, and to reserve a seat. 613-779-5927 or paul@poweroffice.ca

Kingston Concert
Friday May 20th. Doors open 7pm, Concert at 7:30

202 Main Street, Barriefield. The Rambling House
Concert Admission: $20 advance (till May 15); $25 late. E-mail rmacdiar@cogeco.ca for a reservation
Snacks, coffee, tea provided. BYOB

Belleville Workshops
Workshops will be Saturday morning May 21st from 9 till 11:30A M

Concertina - Peggy Seville's, 95 Bay Breeze Street, Prince Edward
Irish Fiddle – Meghan’s farmhouse, - Napanee On - 1243 CR1 West, Napanee ON
Cost of the workshop is $25

Anyone who wants to book can email Concertina: paul.labrash@poweroffice.ca or Fiddle: meghan.balogh@gmail.com and we'll send detailed directions.

House Concert with David Power 2016

202 Main Street, Barriefield,
May 2016

David makes regular radio and television appearances in Ireland and abroad, he has performed on stage with stalwarts of Irish traditional music including Martin Hayes, Tony MacMahon, Tommy Peoples and he regularly performs solo piping concerts in the United States and Canada

worth a listen, RTE interview with David Power "The Eighteen Moloney" : David Power - The Eighteen Moloney

Piper David Power was born of a musical family in County Waterford. He played the whistle from a young age, and at 10 was encouraged to take up the uilleann pipes by Jim Horgan, Area Music Teacher with the Vocational Educational Committee. He took his first lessons with the renowned Waterford piper Tommy Kearney for a number of years and thereafter had tuition with Jimmy O’Brien Moran, Willie Reynolds, Breandán Breathnach, Ronan Browne, MacDara MacDonncha and Peter Carberry.
Influenced also by Seamus Ennis, Tommy Reck, Felix Doran and Leo Rowsome, David won the Senior All-Ireland Piping Championship and the coveted Oireachtas Piping competitions in 1992. He represented Ireland at the Lorient Interceltic Festival the following year. He was a member of Liam Clancy’s “Fairweather Band” in the early 90’s and belonged to the group “Gorumna” who toured Europe and Asia later in the 90’s. He researched, compiled, edited and produced a substantial recording and historical biography of his mentor Tommy Kearney which was released commercially by Na Píobairí Uilleann under their Master Pipers series and has regularly performed at the Uilleann Piping Showcase Concert of the Willie Clancy Summer Festival, Milltown Malbay, Co. Clare. In 2003 he moved to the United States

David Power web site

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