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NASC: Tara Breen & Pádraig Rynne with Jim Murray and Dónal Lunny


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All new and existing ticketholders are required to show proof of Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate on entry to this event at glór. Children under 18 who are accompanying adults do not need proof of vaccination or recovery. Please note wearing of mask/face covering is compulsory at all times inside the building.

Celebrating the release of their new album NASC 

Embark on an odyssey of wonder, joyfulness and upbeat music as four incredibly talented and creative folk musicians shape melodies from past and present into something dynamic and irresistible. A quartet comprising of musicians at the fore of our tradition, expect a performance from the gentle to the rhythmical and all the in-betweens.

Tara Breen has numerous All Ireland titles on the fiddle and tours regularly with The Chieftains, Stockton’s wing and as a solo performer. Pádraig Rynne is considered a leading figure in Irish music and is founding member of well-known bands such as NOTIFY, Atlantic Arc and Guidewires. Dónal Lunny needs little introduction having been at the fore of Irish traditional music since the 70’s with bands such as Planxty, The Bothy Band and Moving Hearts. Jim Murray on guitar is one of Irish music’s most valuable assets being a regular performer with Sharon Shannon over the past twenty years as well as working with Altan, Mary Black, Sinead O’Connor, Seamus Begley and many more.

We are delighted to announce Elaine Hogan will be joining Pádraig Rynne, Tara Breen, Dónal Lunny and Jim Murray as a special guest on Saturday night. Elaine is a long time friend of Pádraig and Tara’s and recorded an album “Avalla” in 2019.

Rynne and Breen have fabulous chemistry together and have found backing musicians who are more than mere accompanists but who are stakeholders in the game”  The Irish Echo, New York