Catrin Finch & Aoife Ni Bhriain

Up Next: 20th October 2023, 7:30pm
Location: National Centre for Early Music
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Dublin native Aoife Ní Bhriain is one of her generation’s most versatile and gifted violinists, a dazzling musician who commands both the classical world and her Irish traditional heritage. From across the Irish Sea and the west coast of Wales, harpist Catrin Finch has also built an impressive classical career and ventured into unchartered musical territory, most notably through her award-winning collaborations with Seckou Keita and Cimarron.

Together, Aoife and Catrin form a formidable virtuoso duo, eager to explore a musical world of creative possibility, challenge and discovery, inspired by a multitude of influences and linked by the cultures of their home countries. Their debut public performances at Other Voices Cardigan in November 2022 drew rapturous audience acclaim. Prior to recording their debut album, they now embark on a select few concerts previewing their extraordinary and original new material.

Finch ultimately sweeps the listener along with a bravado passion and expressive freedom that captivates the imagination” Classic FM Magazine

…their formidable musical relationship… a moment of musical majesty” Teddy Coward, Why Now

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