alannah thornburgh, Branwen & Cathal Roche
Sun. 21 November
The Model, 3pm - 5.30pm
It’s a West of Ireland triple bill for our final music event at The Model.
County Mayo native, Alannah Thornburgh, is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist and composer with a focus on traditional Irish harp. Alannah’s music explores her family’s musical heritage, reimagining ancient airs and tunes from the Irish harping and American Appalachian and Jazz traditions.
Raised on a diet of salty sea air and sideways rain in the West of Ireland, Branwen’s live performances involve storytelling, an array of unmusical objects employed as instruments, as well as actual instruments including loop pedals, banjo and guitar. Her work is imagination centric and is inspired by mythology and folklore from home and around the world.
In a forced change, celebrated saxophonist and sound-artist Cathal Roche will be joining this bill. A saxophonist specialising in extended techniques, Cathal’s reputation is unparalleled and has led to collaborations with artists as diverse as the Vanbrugh and ConTempo String Quartets, Atila Csihar, Izumi Kimura, Phil Minton, Ian Wilson, Ronan Guilfoyle, Ties Mellema, Lorcan Mac Mathuna, Gabriel Rosenstock, Kate Wilson, and many others.
Please note admission is dependent on the following public health requirements for indoor events:
:: all ticket holders and members in the group must be either fully vaccinated or recently recovered from the virus and must present their EU Digital Vaccine cert/HSE vaccination card or Recovery Cert with them along with photo ID.
:: Persons under 18 years do not need to have proof of immunity from Covid-19 (EU Digital Vaccine cert/HSE vaccination card or Recovery Cert) if accompanied by an adult (person over 18).
:: All tickets must be purchased in advance, digital tickets will only be accepted at the door and there will be no card or cash sales.
:: Face coverings/masks must be worn*.
(*Exceptions to face covering/mask wearing include patrons who are under the age of 13 or are unable to wear them because of a physical or mental illness or disability.)
:: All ticket holders acknowledge that they take responsibility for monitoring their health and the health of those attending in their group.