Traditional Irish Music
Pádraig Rynne's NOTIFY & Pauline Scanlon will bring their Irish tour to a close at St Patrick’s Festival on 17th March in Dublin at the Chapel Royal at Dublin Castle. This is a free registered gig with registration at www.stpatricksfestival.ie.
The night before, on 16th March they will play a double headliner in Set Theatre Kilkenny with Dónal Lunny and Paddy Glackin as part of Kilkenny Tradfest.
We reviewed their album earlier in the year stating that "This is Pádraig Rynne, his band Notify and Pauline Scanlon at their experimental best. This time it’s more refined, more observed and with its traditional core more intact. The Carrington Event opens the EP and is an instrumental inspired by a solar storm in 1859. It’s a Rynne composition that mixes Breton and Irish music and is reminiscent of his earlier Guidewires work. Layering sonic soundscapes onto The Limerick Rake, a traditional song featuring Pauline Scanlon is lusciously handled and wrapped in a quilt of ghostly vocals harmonies. Advanced Knowledge / The Right Of Way are two Rynne compositions, driven by concertina but this time the sonic subtlety of The Limerick Rake is abandoned for a full blown rock sound." You can read the full review here
16 March : Set Theatre at Kilkenny Tradfest Double headline show with Dónal Lunny and Paddy Glackin. Withspecial guest Sylvain Barou. 9pm E20 Booking: 056 7721728 kilkennytradfest.com
17 March : St Patrick’s Festival Dublin - Chapel Royal at Dublin Castle Special guest Sylvain Barou. 7pm. Free registered event - register at stpatricksfestival.ie. In association with Seachtain na Gaeilge 2015
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