The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre

Saturday, April 29th 2017:

AMY MCALLISTER
  POSTPONED

Amy McAllister
Unfortunately, this event has been postponed until later this year. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Amy McAllister is a new exciting talent on the traditional music scene. Hailing from Co. Antrim, Amy is an in-demand harpist and singer. Drawing on her traditional roots, she adopts a contemporary approach to her music with clear and distinctive vocals and a contemporary harp style.

Amy has toured across North America, Canada and Japan with Celtic Crossroads and Rhythm of the Dance, has performed at Belfast’s BeatRoot Festival, represented Ireland at the Rio Harp Festival (one of the largest international harp festivals) and was selected as one of Moving On Music’s ‘Emerging Artists’ in 2016.

Amy will launch her debut album String on String at the Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, featuring several special guest musicians in what will no doubt be an evening of quality traditional music and song.

“Antrim harpist Amy McAllister is making her own way with the instrument…she impresses as much for her vocals as she does for her playing…a talent to watch out for.” - Ian Patterson, The Thin Air

Doors Open: POSTPONED!
Commences At: POSTPONED!
Admission:
In advance: POSTPONED! / POSTPONED!
At the door: POSTPONED! / POSTPONED!


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