Crossroads Carnegie Art Center

Crossroads Carnegie
Art Center

An Evening of Gaelic Music

An Evening of Gaelic Music

Date: 2017-05-27

Crossroads Carnegie Art Center is thrilled to welcome Irish Traditional Musicians Doimnic Mac Giolla Bhríde and Declan Mc Clafferty for a one-night event Thursday April 27th at 6:00 PM at Crossroads at 2020 Auburn Ave Baker City, OR. Tickets are available to Crossroads members for $5.00 a tickets and non-members of Crossroads pay $10.00 a person. This intimate concert is limited to 70 seats, so please buy tickets early by stopping by Crossroads or calling 541-523-5369. “Crossroads is excited to host this “home show” by these remarkable Irish Musicians here in Baker City. We thank Megan McGuiness, a new Crossroads Board Member, who made the introduction. As this musicians are traveling they need to make enough money to cover their journey. They will have CD’s and T-Shirts for sale and their cases will be open for additional tips. Zephyr Bakery will be providing a no-host bar for this event. We fully expect to sell out this concert so get your tickets early. Updates on ticket availability will be posted on the Crossroads Carnegie Art Center page.” States Ginger Savage Executive Director of Crossroads Carnegie Art Center. Details: Band: Doimnic Mac Giolla Bhríde and Declan Mc Clafferty Spring 2017 Northwest Tour "Doimnic Mac Giolla Bhríde is a well known sean-nós singer from Gaoth Dobhair, Co. Donegal who was the winner of Corn Uí Riada, the Oireachtas sean-nós singing competition, in 2009. He has been immersed in the culture of his native home from a young age and has taken guidance from well known local sean-nós singers like Caitlín Ní Dhomhnaill and Lillis Ó Laoire. He has performed in many festivals and concerts in Ireland and thoughout Europe in the past few years. Doimnic will be joined for this Spring 2017 Northwest tour by Declan Mc Clafferty, guitarist from the acclaimed Donegal Folk Rock band In Their Thousands. In 2002, Doimnic founded Cór Thaobh a Leithid, a four part choir, in the Donegal Gaeltacht made up of the finest sean-nós singers in the area. The choir has had many successes: in 2008 they performed in a special concert of newly composed pieces by Dónal Lunny, commissioned for the Errigal Arts festival which was televised on TG4. In 2009 the choir performed a set of songs newly arranged for choir and string quintet by Doimnic as part of the Errigal Art’s Festival, and in 2010 at the National Concert Hall as part of Dónal Lunny’s St Patrick’s Festival Concert." A little overwhelming when you first read over it, but basically its going to be awesome. Sean-nós literally translates into “Old Style” or traditional. Here is a Doimnic solo live video- Here is a song from In Their Thousands, which Delcan is a part but he will just be accompanying Doiminic-


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