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Trinity Roots with Irish Friends Keeva & Pauline Scanlon

When:

Sun 23 Nov 2014, 7:30pm–10:00pm
Sun 30 Nov 2014, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Where: San Fran, 171 Cuba St, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Presales: $47.50 ($45.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Door sales: $50.00
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Following on from a massive public response and two sold out Wellington region shows, Trinity Roots and there Irish Friends Pauline Scanlon & the Keeva Trio are coming together for one final show on Sunday Nov 30th at San Fran on Cuba St at 7pm. Tickets via eventfinder.
This final show is sure to be talked about for weeks to come! Catch Trinity Roots and their Irish Friends combining the music of The Maori & Irish cultures to provide many a 'Goosebump' moment! Post an amazing week collaborating together Pauline Scanlon spoke of 'coming to the other side of the world to find her choir of angles!' The Harmonies from the seven musicians proving a match made in heaven! This final show is not to be Missed.

The project is called "Motu :: Oiléain" which translates to “Islands” in Te Reo and Irish respectively.
The "Motu :: Oiléain" collaborative project combines the traditional music of Ireland and New Zealand within a modern musical context. The concept of the collaboration is to open a musical conversation between contemporary Celtic and New Zealand musicians which explores the parallels and commonalities in music, culture and history.

The project has been brought together by Irish born New Zealander Gerry Paul, who will join with celebrated Irish artists Pauline Scanlon, Tola Custy, and Alan Doherty, and Trinity Roots members Warren Maxwell, Rio Hemopo and Ben Lemi. Paul says “This is an exciting and rare opportunity to be able to bring together a handful of the most respected and creative musicians from two countries that are both so rich in music and culture”.

The "Motu :: Oiléain" collaboration has been chosen to be showcase at Celtic Connections in Glasgow in January 2015, where NZ is the featured country and has been supported by the British Arts Council and Creative New Zealand.

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