We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming event “Irish & Tibetan Concert”. It will be a unique opportunity to discover and enjoy Irish and Tibetan songs performed by Yangmo Tso, Brendan Hearty and Oliver Tennyson.
WHEN: January 30, 2016 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
WHERE: “Oekosoph-Bar“ at Oekozenter Pafendall asbl
6 Rue Vauban
COST: 15 € (non members) / 13,50 € (regular members) / 11,25 € (donating members)
Book your tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org before 25 January 2016. The places are limited!
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Yangmo Tso is a young Tibetan singer who is performing regularly and with great joy on special occasions such as Dalai Lama’s birthday, Tibetan New Year, weddings or Tibetan special days.
Brendan Hearty‘s early years brought him under the influence of legendary Louth fiddle player Peter McArdle playing in Marks bar, Dundalk, where many of the country’s finest musicians gathered during the early seventies. He has toured with many fine musicians in Europe, USA and Australia. Brendan’s interest in early American traditional music led to his involvement with The Higgler’s Jug Band with whom he recorded two albums. Brendan is a unique singer and song writer, and fronts the Brendan Hearty Band, well known in the West of Ireland. He also performs regularly with Andrew MacNamara.
Oliver Tennyson plays mandolin, concertina and harmonica. He sings traditional and original self penned compositions. He also makes mandolins and works in the visual arts.
Oliver and Brendan first met more than forty years ago and share a simple love and respect for music which is grounded and hopefully without contrivance.