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Gaels Le Chèile @ Ceòl ’s Craic 2017

Saturday 21 January 2017, CCA, 350 Sràid Sauchiehall

 

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Ceòl ‘s Craic and Gaels le Chèile join forces once again with Celtic Connections to present a concert celebrating the shared Gaelic culture of Scotland and Ireland.

 Las (meaning ignite) are an exciting new band featuring some leading players from the contemporary Celtic music scene. They explore Scotland & Ireland’s shared cultural links through exhilarating dance/music collaborations and Gàidhlig / Gaeilge song.
Las are: Joy Dunlop, Edel Ní Churraoin, Gràinne Brady, Suzanne Houston and Catherine Nì Shuilleabhàin.
Causeway Trio bring a unique take to Scottish traditional music. With influences including minimalism, jazz, Brazilian and Eastern European music they create a breathtaking sound which is at once new and very familiar, described by Alexander McCall Smith as a “burst of swelling, joyful music”
Róisín Chambers is a celebrated sean-nós singer and fiddle player from Dublin who has grown up immersed in Gaeilge culture. Though influenced by the Connemara style Róisín considers herself truly to be a Dublin style sean-nós performer and has won many awards at cultural events throughout Ireland.

 

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