Siansán – Waterford premiere of live collaboration between some of Ireland’s best known musicians

SIANSÁN, will be a unique contemporary evening of music and spoken word, in which echos of Waterford’s long tradition of glassmaking are reflected in a contemporary interpretation of glass sounds.

On Friday OCTOBER 6TH IN WATERFORD’S CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL Creative Ireland Waterford is pleased to present  SIANSÁN, the Waterford premiere of a live collaboration between some of Ireland’s best known musicians and songwriters, Liam Ó Maonlaí, his fellow Hot-House Flower, Peter O’Toole & traditional singer Sile Denvir in collaboration with Irish glass artist Róisín de Buitléar.

Alongside traditional songs with O’Maonlaí and O’Toole’s own compositions & harp music by Denvir, this performance will incorporate a collection of percussive, wind and stringed objects made of glass, created by Róisín de Buitléar.

Ó’Maonlaí, Denvir and O’Toole will bring de Buitléar’s finely blown glass to percussive life, their extreme fragility contributing to the sound and tension of what promises to be an extraordinary show.

VENUE:        Waterford CHRIST CHURCH Cathedral
DATE:           Friday October 6th 2017
TIME:            8pm-10.30pm (doors open 7.15pm)

ADMISSION: €18 / €15 conc.

Tickets on sale now eventbrite http://bit.ly/Siansan

For media information, contact Róisín de Buitlear, 0877751938 waterfordtheglasscity@gmail.com

Creative Ireland is the Government’s Legacy Programme for Ireland 2016 – a five-year initiative, from 2017 to 2022, which places creativity at the centre of public policy

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