Catrin Finch And Aoife Ní Bhriain

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Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £23 | Theatre

A spellbinding collaboration between two musical powerhouses.

Dublin native Aoife Ní Bhriain is one of Ireland’s foremost traditional fiddle players and a classical violinist of international stature who commands both the classical world and her Irish traditional heritage. From across the Irish Sea and the west coast of Wales, harpist Catrin Finch has also built an impressive classical career and ventured into uncharted musical territory, most notably through her award-winning international collaborations.

Finch and Ní Bhriain create a spellbinding musical dialogue where traditional and contemporary elements converge in a breathtaking celebration of musical synergy, taking listeners on a captivating journey on the wings of the bees across the Irish Sea, inspired by the cultures of their home countries.

Their debut album Double You hit #1 in the iTunes Classical Charts and the World Music Charts Europe, #2 in the Transglobal World Music Charts, and is nominated for ‘Best Album’ in the 6th RTÉ Radio 1 Folk Awards.

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