Attic Sessions #09 – 31st July – Siobhan Peoples & Murty Ryan

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Ticket for “The Attic Sessions” concert on 31st July 2024 featuring Siobhan Peoples & Murty Ryan.

  • Artists: Siobhan Peoples & Murty Ryan
  • Date: Wednesday 31st July July 2024
  • Time: 7:30pm (doors 7pm)
  • Venue: The Attic, concert venue at Hotel Doolin, Doolin, Co. Clare (eircode V95 DE2X)

“The Attic Sessions” is a new concert series that features some of the very best musicians of Ireland, including Award-winning artists. The 60-mins concerts are acoustic and take place in the intimate, candle-lit atmosphere of The Attic at Hotel Doolin. It is a unique opportunity to experience the very best of Irish traditional music in a cozy and welcoming setting where musicians can share their magic with a small, privileged audience.

Ticket for “The Attic Sessions” concert on 31st July 2024 featuring Siobhan Peoples & Murty Ryan.

  • Artists: Siobhan Peoples & Murty Ryan
  • Date: Wednesday 31st July July 2024
  • Time: 7:30pm (doors 7pm)
  • Venue: The Attic, concert venue at Hotel Doolin, Doolin, Co. Clare (eircode V95 DE2X)

“The Attic Sessions” is a new concert series that features some of the very best musicians of Ireland, including Award-winning artists. The 60-mins concerts are acoustic and take place in the intimate, candle-lit atmosphere of The Attic at Hotel Doolin. It is a unique opportunity to experience the very best of Irish traditional music in a cozy and welcoming setting where musicians can share their magic with a small, privileged audience.

Siobhan Peoples

Raised in Clare, Siobhán Peoples has been involved in music in the community from the age of 11. Siobhán’s musical history is a combination of Donegal, through her father, Tommy, and Clare, through her grandmother, Kitty Linnane, who was the pianist with the original Kilfenora Ceili Band. Raised in Clare, she has been involved in music in the community from the age of 11. Discovering the expansive fiddle music of Donegal in her mid-teens led her to take a different approach to the fiddle and she became immersed in the vastly different style and repertoire of the county. She has been a tutor in the University of Limerick for the past 20 years and enjoys teaching all over Ireland and Europe. Siobhán was the 2023 recipient of the MÓRglór Award, celebrating her contribution to traditional music in Co. Clare.

Murty Ryan
Murty Ryan is one of the leading Irish accordion players in Ireland. Originally from the village of Toor in Co. Tipperary, he learned his instrument from the great boxer Willie Fogarty of Nenagh. He received great musical inspiration from listening to and getting to know the likes of the late Paddy O’Brien and Joe Burke. He moved to the city of Ennis in 1996 where he began a stable musical collaboration with the great violinist Siobhan Peoples, (daughter of the legendary violinist Tommy Peoples), a partnership that still sees them regularly together, very active in the great and vibrant music scene of Ennis. With her he has given hundreds of concerts in Ireland, Europe and the U.S.A. In 2001 they released the beautiful CD “Time on our hands“.

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