CMC’s Salon continues on 28 April with performers Éamonn Cagney, Niwel Tsumbu, Martin Tourish and Roger Doyle

Trio Photo High Res.

CMC continues its Spring 2015 Salon series at the Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, 6pm, Tuesday, 28 April 2015 with a programme of works by Éamonn Cagney, Niwel Tsumbu and Martin Tourish.

The trio of of musicians who perform regularly also invite Roger Doyle to accompany them in this programme, which includes percussionist Éamonn Cagney’s gaelic and West African inspired Water Journey, guitarist and vocalist Niwel Tsumbu’s Kind of Sean Nós, which is based on the singing of Iarla Ó Lionáird and Congolese church music, and piano accordion player Martin Tourish’s The Lodge, inspired by new emerging dance music forms in the traditional Irish idiom.

Curated and presented by composer Siobhán Cleary this year, the Salon aims to encourage newcomers and enthusiasts alike to engage with the music of Irish composers. Each performance takes place in an informal atmosphere with dialogue encouraged between composers, performers and audience.

Admission is free but booking is strongly recommended. To book please contact the National Concert Hall on tel: 01 417 0000

6pm – 7pm, 28 April 2015, FREE ADMISSION

Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin 2

Éamonn Cagney (percussion), Niwel Tsumbu (acoustic guitar), Martin Tourish (piano accordion), and Roger Doyle (piano)

Éamonn Cagney | Water Journey                                      
Niwel Tsumbu | Kind of Sean Nós                                  
Martin Tourish | The Lodge                                        

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