Inishowen Traditional Music Project is delighted to announce the full line up for Féile na hInse 2018 in Moville, Inishowen. A weekend festival of Traditional Arts it features concerts, workshops, session trails, talks and film screenings.
Central to the weekend activities, ITMP will honour Honoria Galwey (1830-1925), a significant collector of music and song who lived in Moville. Honoria collected music and songs from the local area, from singers, lilters, and from musicians on fiddle, jews harp and pipes. There will be a concert celebrating the music and also a symposium where experts will discuss her life, work and the local context of its significance.
There will also be a concert featuring ZODOMO. Described by critics as a “trad music supergroup”, ZoDoMo is the latest highly acclaimed traditional Irish group to step into the limelight. Formed by three of Ireland’s eminent musicians, Zoë Conway, one of the country’s most gifted virtuoso musicians who is equally at home in both traditional Irish and classical styles. Dónal Lunny, popularly regarded as having been central to the renaissance of Irish music over the last three decades and Máirtín O’Connor, a master musician whose dexterity and innovation has won him worldwide acclaim. ZoDoMo’s debut album In Full Sail – Faoi Lán Seol was released in November 2016.