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Julie Feeney

Saturday August 17 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Julie Feeney
Julie Feeney’s sell-out shows have riveted audiences and critics all over the world. She performs as solo, duo, with ensemble, with choirs or with full orchestra. She composes, arranges and orchestrates all of her own music and writes all of her words. Her three albums have been widely critically acclaimed. She is winner of the Choice Music Prize for ‘Irish Album of the Year’ for her self-produced debut album 13 Songs. Her third album Clocks went straight to No. 1 in the Independent Irish Album Charts on its Irish release. It was voted ‘Best Album’ in The Irish Times ‘Album of the Year’ and it was also shortlisted for the Choice Music Prize.

In her live shows she combines her “mesmerizing stage presence and eccentric pop genius” (Hot Press) with her unquestionably original sound; and her innovative, avant-garde approach, while rooted in classical music, straddles both the pop and theatrical worlds.

Julie is a true artist with immense vision. Sharp witted, unpretentious and fiercely passionate she is a genuine artist and a hugely enjoyable performer. This ‘not to be missed’ concert will see Julie performing music from her 3 albums and will be accompanied by the brilliant Cormac De Barra with whom she has performed with regularly over the years.

Áras Éanna are delighted to have Julie as an Artist in residence for the month of August. Inis Oirr is a place very close to her heart.

Cormac De Barra
Cormac is a third generation harper in a family of Irish-speaking singers and musicians raised in Dublin, but with roots firmly in County Cork.

He has recorded and toured with many of Ireland’s foremost artists including Hazel O’Connor, Julie Feeney, Brian Kennedy, Moya Brennan and Clannad. HIs most recent tour at home was the Music Network tour of Ireland with Altan’s Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh and piper, Mark Redmond.

The fourth album in the Voices & Harps series – his collaboration with Moya Brennan – was released in May 2024.

Cormac has also worked in television for over two decades – as presenter and director of TG4’s arts series Imeall and as music supervisor on Gradam Ceoil TG4 as well as projects for Sky Arts, RTE1 and Cúla4.

Tickets €15/€20  ar eventbrite

Photo credits: Ruth Medjber


Saturday August 17
8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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