Tale trio of Brendan Wade, pipes, flute whistle and voice, Dave Aebli, guitar bass, bouzouki, and Catherine Rhatigan perform their final concert of the Centenary series for 2016. Join us for a musical journey through Dublin, starting in medieval Dublin and finishing up in one of Dublin’s many musical pubs of today…The Saltimbanques is a lovely venue with space for about 60 guests in a cosy setting.
Join the Tale trio of Brendan Wade, Catherine Rhatigan and Dave Aebli for an evening of poetry, song and music in Lausanne University. Our focus is the music and song of Dublin. Lecture starts 18.00
Sunday November 20th, Ireland 100 Years a Nation: Songs Stories and Music from Dublin
with guest singers The Irish Centenary Choir, under the baton of Katja Baumann, who also features as guest
All three events kindly supported by The Embassy of Ireland in Bern
Saturday, November 19 Ireland 100 Years a Nation: Songs, Stories and Music from Dublin.
Fass Keller Hönng, Regensdorfer 20, 8049 Zürich with special guests The Irish Centenary Singers under the direction of Katja Baumann, who also features as guest soloist. Whiskey tasting Apero after the concert.
With Catherine Rhatigan Irish Harp, Brendan Wade, Uilleann pipes/whistles/voice, Robert Tobin silver flute, Dave Aebli, double bass/ guitar/ bouzouki.
Friday, November 18th, Ireland 100 Years a Nation: Songs, Stories and Music from Dublin
Gymnasium am Münsterplatz, Münsterplatz 15, 4051 Basel. Eingang Schlusselberg. Starts 20.00, doors open 19.30. Special Guests The Shamrock Singers, Basel under the baton of Christoph B. Herrmann who has arranged several Dublin songs in honour of the evening. Text and presentation by Werner P. Lukas in Basel-Deutsch and English.
With Catherine Rhatigan , Irish harp, Brendan Wade, uilleann pipes/ flute/ voice / whistle, Robert Tobin flute/ whistle/ Dave Aebli bass/ guitar/bouzouki. Join us as Dublin comes to life on the 100th birthday of the Irish nation.
The event is kindly supported by The Embassy Of Ireland and The Celtic Web.
Monday June 13 – Thursday 16 June:
Czech Republic, Austria and Slovakia
Bringing a life-sized chunk of Dublin, her music, her stories and her songs with us as we play to audiences in these four wonderful European cities. Dublin; City of Viking roots, of Riverdance, of U2. Immortalised by James Joyce, romanticised by Patrick Kavanagh, cherished by Brendan Behan. Celebrating one hundred years a nation in 2016 with an extraordinary upsurge of music, theatre, art and cultural creativity, which we are delighted to be part of and to share during these concerts. Join us if you can, in one of these beautiful European locations as we bring the songs, history and music of Dublin on tour. We are grateful to the Department of Foreign Affairs in the various countries for support, encouragement and guidance with this project.
- Mickey Dunne: pipes/whistle
- Deirdre Starr: concertina/voice
- Robert Tobin: flute/whistle
- Catherine Rhatigan: Irish harp
- David Aebli: guitar/double bass/bouzouki
Thursday June 16th (Bloomsday):
European Centre for Modern Languages, Nikolaiplatz 4, 8020 Graz, Austria. 19.15, Doors open 18.30. Adm: 18 /14 euro. Reservations: [email protected]
Wednesday June 15th:
Zichy Palace, Venturska 9, 81108, Bratislava, Slovak Republic. 19.00, Admission free.
Tuesday June 14th:
Universitaätcampus, Altes AKH, Alsen Str 1090 Vienna, Austria. 19.00. Free admission.
Monday June 13th:
Na Pradle Theatre, Besedni 487/3 Prague 1, Czech Republic. 19.00. Admission free on first come first served basis.
Friday, May 27th
Schloss Grünningen, Kirchgasse 5, 8627 Grünningen
Catherine Rhatigan harp, Brendan Wade pipes/voice/flute and Dave Aebli, bass/bouzouki. In keeping with the elegant surroundings, the evening’s programme reflects the often surprisingly sophisticated music of 18th century blind Irish harper and composer Turlough O Carolan as played in the castles and great houses of Ireland at the time. Also featured are songs and music of Dublin to celebrate Ireland’s centenary year 1916-2016. Tickets on sale and as space is limited with the castle, booking is advised.
Sunday March 20th:
Harp Workshop in Eglisau with Catherine Rhatigan and Karen Van Rekum…details on harp workshop page https://irelandharp.net/workshops-and-classes/harp-saturday/
Sunday, February 7th:
Sternen Ruti, ZH. Brunch and Concert.
Music from 10.am Booking advisable at 055 240 16 14
Catherine and Brendan are joined by Swiss harper Karen Van Rekum for a Shamrock Sandwich… well seasoned tunes on a plate of mature O Carolan airs served with plenty of songs, good humour and craic…
Loughrea Library, Loughrea, Co Galway, June 2014
Carlow Arts Festival, June 2014
Geneva Literary Society Switzerland, November 2013
Yeats International Summer School, Drumcliffe, Sligo, July 2013