Music Under the Mountain : Final concerts to feature The Voice Squad, Tim Edey, Gay McKeon and more

Music Under the Mountains is an annual festival of traditional Irish music hosted in Hollywood County Wicklow. The festival has been in running since 1991 and has attracted some of the countrys biggest names in traditional Irish music including The Chieftans, Altan, Liam O’Flynn, The Kilfenora Ceili bandand Martin Hayes (to name but a few!). They have just announced this years line up and it is included below.

Workshops and concerts continue today and tomorrow, 23rd and 24th September 2017

Saturday 23rd

++++++Workshops++++++

Kevin Conneff (Bodhrán)
Michelle O’Brien (Fiddle)
Damien Mullane (Accordion)
Gay McKeon (Uilleann Pipes)
Traditional Swedish & Irish Music for Children (Margaretha Mattsson)

Hollywood Centre; 10.30 am

€10

++++++Music In The Woods++++++

  A sponsored walk through scenic Hollywood forest to the sound of live traditional music. A  true musical trail!

Meet in the village at 2 pm

++++++Concert++++++

Kevin Conneff (Bodhrán & Vocals)
Gay McKeon (Uilleann Pipes)
Tim Edey (Guitar & Accordion)

St. Kevin’s Church of Ireland; 6.00 pm

Admission €20

++++++Sessions++++++

Music from Brittany with Tom Lemmonier & Friends
Hollywood Inn; 7.30 pm

Sunday 25th

++++++Annual Singing Session++++++

Hosted by Daoirí Farrell

Tutty’s Bar; 12.30 pm

All singers welcome!

++++++Closing Concert++++++

The Voice Squad

St. Kevins Church of Ireland; 6.00 pm

Admission €20

++++++Sessions++++++

More music from Brittany with Tom Lemmonier & Friends
Hollywood Inn; 8.00 pm

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