24th January 2013

8.00pm Doors 7.30pm
Price : €17.00 / €15.30 (Student)

ADDRESS

The Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316709202
info@buttonfactory.ie

WEB

www.buttonfactory.ie

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Teada

Temple Bar will be brought to life by a bringing together of some of Ireland's most established talent and some upcoming stars in the making. Included in the Line-up will be , Aoife Scott, Perfect Friction and the 2012 Trad for Trócaire winners Truancy and Téada headlining the concert.

A traditional band with a truly worldwide reach, Téada has appeared as a frequent headliner at major music festivals throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Africa, Russia, Israel and Australia. Highlights include a 30,000-capacity stadium concert in Brittany, along with performances at Penang World Music Festival in Malaysia, Edmonton Folk Festival in Canada, Harare International Festival of the Arts in Zimbabwe, and Campeche International Festival in Mexico.

Continuing to grow in vision and popularity, Téada recently welcomed a sixth member to the line-up, legendary West Kerry singer and accordionist Séamus Begley. The band is also currently engaged in a fascinating collaborative project with African-America string band The Ebony Hillbillies, performing at Milwaukee Irish Fest and Grand Park, Los Angeles during 2012.

Founded by Sligo fiddler Oisín Mac Diarmada, Téada first came together in 2001 to make an appearance on the innovative TG4 television series ‘Flosc’. One of Irish traditional music's leading exponents, Téada is driven by a fascination for the timeless, expressive force of music inherited from previous generations of musicians. Irish Music Magazine describes the band as “at the cutting edge of the next generation of Irish musicians…with a fierce familiarity with the old ways.”

With lush Irish orchestration, Téada, meaning "strings" in the Irish language revels in the vibrant traditional music of Ireland, deftly playing up its structural intricacies while preserving the timeless energy of the reels, jigs, hornpipes, and other lesser-known tunes in the repertoire.

Teada

24th January 2013

8.00pm Doors 7.30pm
Price : €17.00 / €15.30 (Student)

ADDRESS

The Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35316709202
info@buttonfactory.ie

WEB

www.buttonfactory.ie

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Temple Bar will be brought to life by a bringing together of some of Ireland's most established talent and some upcoming stars in the making. Included in the Line-up will be , Aoife Scott, Perfect Friction and the 2012 Trad for Trócaire winners Truancy and Téada headlining the concert.

A traditional band with a truly worldwide reach, Téada has appeared as a frequent headliner at major music festivals throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Africa, Russia, Israel and Australia. Highlights include a 30,000-capacity stadium concert in Brittany, along with performances at Penang World Music Festival in Malaysia, Edmonton Folk Festival in Canada, Harare International Festival of the Arts in Zimbabwe, and Campeche International Festival in Mexico.

Continuing to grow in vision and popularity, Téada recently welcomed a sixth member to the line-up, legendary West Kerry singer and accordionist Séamus Begley. The band is also currently engaged in a fascinating collaborative project with African-America string band The Ebony Hillbillies, performing at Milwaukee Irish Fest and Grand Park, Los Angeles during 2012.

Founded by Sligo fiddler Oisín Mac Diarmada, Téada first came together in 2001 to make an appearance on the innovative TG4 television series ‘Flosc’. One of Irish traditional music's leading exponents, Téada is driven by a fascination for the timeless, expressive force of music inherited from previous generations of musicians. Irish Music Magazine describes the band as “at the cutting edge of the next generation of Irish musicians…with a fierce familiarity with the old ways.”

With lush Irish orchestration, Téada, meaning "strings" in the Irish language revels in the vibrant traditional music of Ireland, deftly playing up its structural intricacies while preserving the timeless energy of the reels, jigs, hornpipes, and other lesser-known tunes in the repertoire.

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