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Edges of Light

$40 premium
($32 members)

$35 general
($28 members)

If this event sells out, email info@irishartscenter.org to be added to the wait list. We will be releasing seats closer to the performance date.

 

 

Edges of Light

Presented in association with Ireland's Music Network

June 1-3 | 8 PM

Featuring:
Colin Dunne, dance
Tola Custy, fiddle
Maeve Gilchrist, harp
David Power, uilleann pipes, whistles

“A fantastically articulate mover.”The Daily Telegraph on Colin Dunne

“Creates the finest of shapes around his chosen tunes.”The Irish Times on Tola Custy
 
“A phenomenal harp player.”Dirty Linen on Maeve Gilchrist

“Sheer breadth of expression … enough to stop many listeners in their tracks.” The Irish Times on David Power

Edges of Light is a new collaboration between Irish dance legend Colin Dunne, fiddler Tola Custy, harpist Maeve Gilchrist, and uilleann piper David Power inspired by the sights and sounds of an Irish dawn.
                                                                           
Their combined talent is an experience not to be missed. Mixing contemporary and traditional music with dance, this theatrical show is an exciting celebration of melody and rhythm. 

Commissioned by Ireland’s Music Network

Running time: 75 minutes



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