Voices & Harps (Moya Brennan and Cormac De Barra)—November 28, 2014

Moya Brennan and Cormac De Barra both come from large musical families in Ireland and their mutual admiration for each other naturally developed into a stimulating musical relationship.

‘Affinity’ is the second album from the First Lady of Celtic Music, Moya Brennan, and harp virtuoso, Cormac De Barra, in their Voices & Harps collaboration – a partnership combining the simplicity, depth and beauty of the extraordinary skills which make them unique in their own field.  They combine the simplicity, depth and beauty of the extraordinary skills which make them unique in their own field.

Voices and Harps unveils a new chapter in their partnership.

Grammy award winner, Moya Brennan is the singer of Clannad as well as having a successful solo career. She has sung on most of the world’s great stages and has collaborated with many notable artists including The Chieftains, Paul Brady and Bono. She is also part of the female traditional group, T with the Maggies.

Cormac De Barra is renowned internationally as a versatile harp virtuoso. He continually pushes the boundaries of the Irish harp through his work with a wide array of artists, including Hazel O’Connor, Julie Feeney and Clannad. Cormac also tours and records with his brothers Fionán and Éamonn in the family group,  Barcó. Besides his busy performing schedule he regularly gives workshops and masterclasses around the world.

The duo will be performing on Friday, November 28, 7:30pm and the suggested donation is $20 per person.  For more information or to make a reservation, please see our about page. Seating is limited.

www.voicesandharps.com

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