The genius storyteller Niall de Búrca, accompanied by his son Tama on Uillean Pipes and Flute

Grab your seat for a feast of stories. Niall de Búrca is coming to town! He has many fans and friends in Zürich from previous performances and workshops. If you don’t know him yet it is worth to come and listen to his very personal style of storytelling. He travels the world with his stories and I am delighted that he is coming back to Zürich. Very special this time: his first gig accompanied by his teenage son Tama on the pipes and flute.


Zentrum Karl der Grosse                                                                                                                                                                                          Kirchgasse 14, 8001 Zürich (beim Grossmünster)

Saturday, 22 June 2019, 19.30 

Tickets: Fr. 30.-/25.- (Friends of Celtic Spirit)


Info und Reservation:

Elizabeth Zollinger, 044 2520918,


3. Veranstaltung in der Reihe Musik aus keltischen Ländern

A delightful blend of fact, fiction and music that has been described as “balm for the soul”.

Barbara Griggs: harp and fiddle

Mike O’Connor: stories, fiddle, concertina

Samstag, 24. März, 20.00 – 21.45 Uhr Zentrum Karl der Grosse (beim Grossmünster) in Zürich

Eintritt: Fr. 30.-/ 25.- (Friends of Celtic Spirit)



Mike and Barbara are Cornwall’s great ambassadors. They have been working together for nine years performing folk tales, folk songs, and traditional instrumental music from their adopted home of Cornwall. There are few in the land with the skills and knowledge to perform such works. Together Mike O’Connor and Barbara Griggs are master and mistress of eloquence and melody. Their stories and music – together or separately – are much sought after, and the good humour they bring to their performances delights audiences across Europe.

Cornwall stories letzte pdf