Daithí Kearney
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A Louth Lilt at Dundalk

June 8, 2017 from 7pm to 9pm
An album of newly composed traditional music and a documentary about Irish traditional musicians on tour in Scotland are being launched and premiered at Dundalk Institute of Technology at 7pm on 8 June 2017.A Louth Lilt is an album of music composed and performed by Dr Adèle Commins and Dr Daithí Kearney and co-produced with Kial Wallace through funding awarded by the Research Office for a Summer Undergraduate Research Project in 2016. A Louth Lilt is inspired by people and places in Louth and…See More
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Jan 17
Daithí Kearney commented on TradConnect's blog post Win 5 Traditional Irish Albums
"Guitar, bouzouki and tenor banjo... and many more besides"
Sep 26, 2014
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Aug 20, 2014
Daithí Kearney commented on TradConnect's blog post Research project provides inspiration for outstanding recording....Our Dear Dark Mountain
"Congratulations to Seán whose research project at Dundalk Institute of Technology is one of a number underway at DkIT that is having real impact on how musicians understand and appreciate Irish traditional music. For more information on…"
Aug 20, 2014
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"Delighted to hear from you!"
Jun 18, 2014
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John Cronin and Daithí Kearney

"Read your article one of these days! Good work, congrats!"
Jul 2, 2013
Mick Hughes commented on Daithí Kearney's blog post Southbound in Australia
"Great to meet you lads in Canberra! "
May 18, 2013
Daithí Kearney and Alan O Rourke are now friends
Apr 21, 2013
John May commented on Daithí Kearney's blog post Southbound in Australia
"Thanks, guys, for a memorable time. I would just like to say that the claim to have been extreme contributors to the hilarity of the session bar would have been, for these guys, well and truly substantiated. Most of ther night, every night, and Full…"
Apr 14, 2013
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Southbound in Australia

Music provides us with wonderful opportunities, not least to travel the world.  While I am very used now to following an institutional calender - be it teaching in a secondary school or now at Dundalk Institute of Technology - I am fortunate to still have the opportunities to perform and tour.  This Easter I joined two of my…See More
Apr 13, 2013
Daithí Kearney and Enda Seery are now friends
Apr 13, 2013

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Dundalk
Your County or State
Louth
What Instrument ( inc Voice ) Do You Play ?
Banjo
What level are you at ?
Professional
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Lecturer in Irish traditional music at Dundalk Institute of Technology.

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Southbound in Australia

Posted on April 13, 2013 at 11:54 2 Comments

Music provides us with wonderful opportunities, not least to travel the world.  While I am very used now to following an institutional calender - be it teaching in a secondary school or now  at Dundalk Institute of Technology - I am fortunate to still have the opportunities to perform and tour.  This Easter I…

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Midleton Rare: John Cronin and Daithí Kearney

Posted on March 4, 2012 at 21:30 1 Comment

Emerging from a quiet session, this April sees the launch of an exciting duet album from two great friends.

For the past few years, accordion player John Cronin and banjo player Daithí Kearney have enjoyed playing a regular session in Wallis’ Bar in Midleton, a town not usually celebrated for Irish traditional music.  John came to the town in the…

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At 20:05 on April 21, 2013, Alan O Rourke said…

Hi Daithi ,

    Thanks for accepting my friend request.If your ever in Wicklow please feel free to drop in and have a look at my banjos.

Alan

At 22:28 on April 9, 2013, Norah Rendell said…

Things are great!  It's a change of pace, but we are enjoying every moment of it.  N

At 21:50 on April 8, 2013, Norah Rendell said…

Hello Daithí!  How are things?  Hopefully won't be too long until we see you again.  N

At 18:57 on February 26, 2013, Alan O Rourke said…

Hi Daithi ,my name is Alan ,I actually make handcrafted banjos here in Wicklow.I make all banjos to clients own liken.I have a facebook page AL'S BANJOS.Or you can have a look on my profile where I have a few pics up too .Thanks,Alan

At 20:07 on April 21, 2012, Darragh Carey-Kennedy said…

Hi Daithi

can the cd be bought from your self as I would not be able yo get to the launch

At 21:17 on March 7, 2012, Tony Lawless said…

Hi,

Welcome to the site and thanks for joining. Here is your welcome message

Enjoy your time with us and tell all your friends.


Tony Lawless

At 23:07 on March 4, 2012, Eoin Ó Carra said…

Hi Daithí.  Just back from Lisbon where I visited the Fado museum (and bought my own copy of the booklet with CD's that you showed me that night in Nicky's)

 
 
 

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