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'Junesey Moonsey' by Hunters Moon

'Junesey Moonsey' by Hunters Moon

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N41 KP62 Carrick-On-Shannon

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All Day Festival of Experimentation in Sound & Music

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HUNTERS MOON PRESENTS 'JUNESEY MOONSEY'

Festival of Experimentation in Sound & Music

Sat 4 June * 12 Euro

  • Mohammad Syfkhan (With Eimear Reidy and Cathal Roche)
  • RÚN
  • Gaute Granli
  • Horacio Pollard
  • Cathal Roche & Colm O'Hara
  • Donal O'Kelly & Claudia Schwab
  • Fionnuala Maxwell with Brian Ryan and Enrien Lamcellari
  • Scottnoskills

ST GEOGRES CHURCH , CARRICK ON SHANNON (DOORS 2.30)

Donal O’Kelly & Claudia Schwab

2.45pm – 3.15pm

Actor, playwrite and storyteller Donal O'Kelly and fiddle player, singer, yodeller and composer Claudia Schwab present a new work with words and riffing on 'Rainy Rosses Point to Sunny Bulawayo.'

Fionnuala Maxwell with Brian Ryan and Enrien Lamcellari

3.30pm – 4.15pm

Leitrim Traditional singer and composer, Fionnuala Maxwell will be joined by Dublin-based guitarist Brian Ryan and Albanian-born cellist, Enrien Lamcellari to breathe new life and some fun into a selection of Leitrim songs, rhymes and music. From baroque to jazz to classical, both musicians bring an interesting mix of genres to the table and have been experimenting with musical accompaniments and interludes that will complement as well as push the boundaries of the traditional material that Fionnuala has been singing and researching for years. From the juxtaposition of styles and musical ideas, you can expect a powerful, sometimes jubilant, sometimes unsettling exposé of Leitrim’s scéal!

Gaute Granli

5.15pm – 5.45pm

Gaute Granli is a one man band, taking a complete stranger with thirsty ears by the nose to leave them behind, confused and hungry for more recognizable hope. Granli flirts with folk music you think you already know, vocals that don't sound like they consist of words one knows and pop parts that are destroyed with a loop peddler. Although everything magically works, and made into a song structure of sorts, a melancholic -- almost religious air of desperation sits uncomfortably on top of all these songs like a frog that already got licked on its back twice in one morning.

Cathal Roche & Colm O’Hara

4.30pm – 5.00pm

Anyone who got to see Cathal Roche perform at our last event in St. George's Church will be just as excited as we are to see what sonic delights he conjures up for us this time. It was nothing short of magic. Roche will be joined by trombonist Colm O'Hara and together they will fill the church with sonic bliss.

RÚN

6.00pm – 6.40pm

Rún are emerging from the subterranean waterways to bring the Shannon in to St George's with visceral performance and immersive electronics. Bring armbands.

Rún are Rian Trench, Diarmuid Mac Diarmada and The Clumsy Giantess.

DUIGNANS, DRUMSNA (DOORS 9 PM)

Horacio Pollard

9:30 - 10:10

Berlin based, 'Half English, half Argentine', "Noise-eccentric" Horacio Pollard, has been active in the field of experimental music since 2002.

"Armed with a Korg DDD1 sampler and drum machine, he delivers here an exhilarating avalanche of distorted jams filled with heavy analogue riffs, hypnotic jazz grooves and fierce noise-drenched rhymes." - Michael Kasparis (Rough Trade)

Mohammad Syfkhan

(With Eimear Reidy - Cello & Cathal Roche - Saxophone)

10.30pm – 11.10pm

Mohammad Syfkhan is a singer and bouzouki player based in Leitrim. He blends songs and music from various traditions to provide his own unique take on Syrian folk music. We are delighted to premiere a new trio that Mohammad has put together to perform his songs with Eimear Reidy on cello and Cathal Roche on Saxophone.

Scottnoskills

11:10 - 12:30

Expect the eclectic & haphazard.

Be sure to bring your dancing pants, cause last time Scott played records in Duignans, the floor was full of the fanciest moves we've since on this side of the Shannon since the days of the dancehalls.

Poster Design by Laura McMorrow

This event has been made possible with the kind assistance of Leitrim Arts, Leitrim County Council and the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media under the Local Live Performance Scheme.

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