Following this week’s government announcement, glór is delighted to have added additional capacity to many previously sold out events.
The Studio Sessions at glór resume this Autumn following a very successful inaugural series, curated by music broadcaster Paula Carroll. This time the theme is inspiration, mentorship and the acquiring of tradition. Young up-and-coming traditional musicians have been invited to select another musician who has been an influence on them and to perform a concert together.
Thurs 24 Sept: Aisling Lyons (harp, concertina) and Laoise Kelly (harp)
Aisling Lyons from Newmarket on Fergus is one of the rising stars of the Irish harp world. She is also an accomplished young concertina player who trails a string of accolades. She has selected Laoise Kelly, this year’s TG4 Gradam Ceoil Traditional Musician of the Year, as her hero. From Westport, Laoise is known for her brilliance and as a pioneer promoter of the Irish harping, not least through the Achill International Harp Festival, which she founded in recent years.
Future Studio Sessions:
Thurs 8 Oct: Conor Connolly (accordion, piano) and Charlie Harris (accordion)
Thurs 22 Oct: Nuala Kennedy and Gerry O’ Connor
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