July 26 - 4 August

Sean Nós Singing with Dr. Tríona Ní Shíocháin

Event Over

28 July | 15.30 - 17:00

49, North Street view location

€ 5.00

 

Skibbereen FeelGood Festival

 

Dr. Tríona Ní Shíocháin from the Department Of Music at U.C.C will give a workshop on Sean nós singing including songs from the West Munster repertoire - from lullabies to love songs to satirical songs. The workshop will involve songs, storytelling and discussion on the importance of singing for society and well-being, and how changes in singing practices in modern times have had a profound effect on our experience of the world. It is proposed that the song practices of traditional communities are vital social and cultural practices that enrich, re-energise and rebalance every day life, plus promoting social and personal well-being.

The workshop will take place at 49 North Street, home to the regular drop-in Irish conversation group - Pop-Up Gaeltacht

 

Dr. Tríona Ní Shíocháin is a whistle-player, singer and interdisciplinary scholar specialising in Irish traditional music, sean-nós singing, Irish-language song composers, or a composition and transmission, and Irish-language literature, poetry and culture. Her current research concerns the liminality of song and the role of song in thought formation in society.



 

Everyday Singing

Funders and Sponsors

The Arts Council Cork County Council
Pure Cork Uillinn :  West Cork Arts Centre