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When:

Tue 11 Mar 2008, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Michael Fowler Centre, 111 Wakefield Street, Wellington

Ticket Information:

  • 'A' Reserve: $70.00
  • 'A' Reserve- Friend: $65.00
  • 'B' Reserve: $60.00
  • 'B' Reserve - Friend: $55.00
  • 'C' Reserve: $45.00
  • 'D' Reserve: $35.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Olivia Bruce

Led by Dónal Lunny, known internationally as the foremost catalyst for the renaissance of traditional Irish music, this ensemble is a unique collaboration honouring ancient Celtic and Maori music in a contemporary context.

Lunny has assembled the leading lights of the traditional musical circles from Ireland and Aotearoa to meet, workshop and collaborate in New Zealand before joining the Festival to bring us this cutting edge show woven from strands of music, kapa haka dance, poetry, the NZ traditional instruments Taonga Puoro or 'singing treasures' and the age-old gaelic style of singing Sean Nos.

Featuring NZ's vocalist Whirimako Black, Taongo Puoro master Richard Nunns joined by Horomona Horo, percussionist Riki Gooch (founding member of Trinity Roots) and multiple award winning Glenn Colquhoun, voted 'The Peoples Poet' in the Montana Awards.

From Ireland, joining Donal Lunny is fiddler Nollaig Casey, singer Iarla O' Lionaird, harpist Laoise Kelly, guitarist Steve Cooney, Uilleann piper Sean McKeon and Irish poet Cathal O Searcaigh.

This concert from two great music-making cultures will lift the roof off the Michael Fowler Centre.

THIS PERFORMANCE MAY BE FILMED

Conceived by Dónal Lunny and Bronwen Christianos

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