Irlando-Québécois

Wednesday 29th Jun 2022
  • Garden Party
  • Music
  • Community
  • Dance

Join us for a cultural evening of Irish & Québécois music, song, dancing, and dining, with musicians:
John Murphy, Éilís Ní Mhurchú, Antóin Mac Gabhann & Bernadette Nic Gabhann (Ireland) and introducing Trílangue – Montréal-based master ensemble presenting traditional music, song and dance from Québéc, Ireland Scotland, musicians, Kate Bevan-Baker, Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin & Martine Billette (Canada).

The Cottage Pantry will be serving up traditional poutine, with a full bar on site, it will be a great night!

Antóin Mac Gabhann (fiddle) and John Murphy (flute & dance), along with Bernadette Nic Gabhann (fiddle) and Éilis Ní Mhurchú (concertina) will bring their music & dance to the stage in an exciting collaboration with Trilangue.

Trílangue is an ensemble of world class traditional masters based in Montréal, Canada. Consisting of violin, concertina and piano, this ensemble specializes in Québécois, Irish and Scottish music, song and dance. Formed in 2019, it features Kate Bevan-Baker on violin and vocals, Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin on concertina, and Martine Billette on piano.

Showcasing three transatlantic soundscapes, Trílangue performs compositions from the harping and piping traditions of Ireland and Scotland, waltzes and waltz clogs from rural Québec, as well as traditional dance tunes from all three cultures.

Music teachers, scholars, recording artists, and composers, Kate Bevan-Baker, Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin and Martine Billette bring a formidable elan of talent and creativity to Trílangue. As a classical violinist and Celtic fiddler, Kate Bevan-Baker, a Newfoundlander with Scottish roots, has represented Canada on the world stage for over a decade. A composer, dancer and pianist who grew up in a prominent Québécois musical family, Martine Billette has been at the cutting edge of traditional music in Canada since the 1990s. Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin is a fifth-generation concertina player and an uilleann piper from Clare, Ireland’s ‘mecca’ of traditional music. A former member of the world famous Kilfenora Céilí Band, he has performed over 1,000 concerts on four continents.

 

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This is a seated event.
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