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August 3, 2022 @ 5:30 pm
St Paul’s Church Mullingar
Hailing from Balla, Co Mayo, EADAOIN is a Multi-award winning Multi-instrumentalist who has played all over the globe and holds a staggering amount of All Irelands on all instruments.
Learning her trade through achieving a first class Master’s degree at the University of Limerick she launched EADAOIN, who in the space of two months had two world music
number #1’s on the iTunes Charts in Ireland. She has appeared on world learning stages such as Broadway, Croke Park, RDS, Marlay Park, National Concert Hall in Dublin and in The Barbican Theatre in London to name a few. Not to mention Travelling around the world to China, Kazakhstan, mainland Europe, Canada, North America and on occasion to the Áras an Uachtaráin to perform at the invitation of President Michael D Higgins. In 2022 Éadaoin had the honour of joining the Broadway production show ‘Velocity Irish Dance’ with World Champion Irish dancer David Geaney on their North American Tour. In 2014 Éadaoin made history by becoming this first Irish person to win the ‘Trophée des Harpes Camac’ at Festival Interceltique de Lorient, France which attracts upwards of 1 million visitors.
Éadaoin also performs with fiddle virtuoso and Musician of the Year, Frankie Gavin in ‘The Provenance’, who debuted at the Gradam Ceoil Awards in the Waterfront Theatre, Belfast. As well as this she plays with the National Folk Orchestra of Ireland and has appeared on numerous national and international radio/television stations such as RTÉ, BBC, TV3 and TG4. As players goes, she is definitely one to keep your eye on. She will be joined by Martha Guiney – the BBC Northern Ireland and Arts Council of Northern Ireland Young Musicians’ Platform Award winner and also two time BBC Musician of the Year winner and founder of Talisk & Ímar, Mohsen Amini.