Five promising young musicians from Dublin with Irish Music, Song and Dance
Tama de Búrca: uillean pipes, flute, tin whistle
Lily Tracey: fiddle
Maitiú Gaffney: flute, tin whistle, keyboard
Lucy Ní Fhaolain: harp, concertina
Ronan Bermingham: button accordion, fiddle
Friday 18 March 2016, 19.30 Uhr
in the Centre Karl der Grosse, Zürich (beim Grossmünster)
Tickets: Fr. 30.- (Friends of Celtic Spirit: Fr. 25.-)
Info and Reservation:
Elizabeth Zollinger, 044 2520918, email@example.com
The five sixteen years old musicians of Conspóid are all attending Gaelic speaking secondary schools and are in their transition year. In this year the students are expected to avail of as many cultural and educational experiences as possible. During this visit we are happy to offer them both. They have played together for the better part of the last decade and are all members of the traditional Irish music movement known as Comhaltas, a national body committed to the development, excellence and continuity of traditional Irish music.
They are accomplished musicians. Individually and as part of a bigger group they have won titles in Dublin, Leinster and nationally and gone on to represent the province at the annual international Fleadh wher they won 2nd place in 2014. They regularly play at concerts and festivals in Ireland and have appeared on Irish Radio and Television. They are currently semi finalists of the prestigious all Ireland Siansa Gael competition. In 2014 members of their group recorded A Moment in Time, an initiative of their Comhaltas chapter, Craobh Naithi.