Musicians Mike Hanrahan and Lorraine Nash and comedian Colm O’Regan are amongst the acts scheduled to appear at Triskel Courtyard, a new covered space that can seat up to 50 people in pods. Triskel is working with Verdant Productions, Cork Folk Festival and the National String Quartet Foundation to programme a range of concerts and spoken word events with three shows each day from Thursday–Sunday, starting on 29 July.
Tony Sheehan, Artistic Director at Triskel, commented, “We are delighted that the Arts
Uilleann piper David Power has been appointed as the Music Network RESONATE Artist at Triskel Arts Centre in Cork City. As part of the residency, he will develop exciting new work with a number of collaborators to share with audiences in November.
Tony Sheehan, Artistic Director at Triskel, said, “David Power is undoubtedly one of the finest uilleann pipers performing today. We look forward to working with him over the next few months and to welcoming audiences to Triskel later this year to enjoy the
The 6 Summertime Concerts Series is back at Triskel Arts Centre with a programme of lunchtime recitals. Starting on Saturday 17 July in Triskel Christchurch, the series features a wide repertoire of jazz, classical and improvised music from contemporary Irish artists. Tickets €12/€10 are on sale now. Pre-booking is essential.
Cellist Aoife Burke, curator of the series, said, ‘I’m delighted to be part of this line-up of wonderful musicians and to have the chance to play myself in the beautiful