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January 2019

The Far Flung Trio on Tour January 12-February 5

The Far Flung Trio are Katherine Hunka (violin), Dermot Dunne (accordion) and Malachy Robinson (bass)
 
Getting 2019 off to a flying start, the Far Flung Trio are on tour in January-February with an irresistible musical programme that is virtuosic, eccentric and charming in their signature style. The seductive melodies of Bizet’s Carmen and Rossini’s mischievous Barber of Seville overture ... jazzy tunes by Gershwin and an original work by Irish jazz giant Ronan Guilfoyle ... and lots more, all tailored by the Trio and delivered with panache and delight.

Tuesday 12 January  The Whale, Greystones
5.00pm Children’s Concert – Peter and the Wolf  €12 (€8 child)
8.00pm   Concert   €18 (€15)
01 201 0550  www.whaletheatre.ie
 
Wednesday 16  January 8.00pm St.John’s Theatre, Listowel
€15 (€12) 068 22566
 
Friday 18 January  Glór, Ennis
5.00pm Children’s Concert – Peter and the Wolf  €9 (€7 child)
8.00pm   Concert   €18 (€16)
065 6843103  www.glor.ie
 
Saturday 19 January Belltable, Limerick
5.00pm Children’s Concert – Peter and the Wolf  €8
8.00 Concert €18 (€16)
061 953 400  www.limethreetheatre.ie
 
Thursday 24 January 8.00pm Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar
€16 (€14)  094 902 3773  www.thelinenhall.com
 
Friday 25 January 8.00pm Mullingar Arts Centre  venue t.b.c.
€  price t.b.c.
 
Tuesday 29 January 8.00pm  Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise
€16 (€14) 057 866 3355 www.dunamaise.ie
 
Thursday 31 January 7.30pm Waterford-Music, City Hall Large Room
€17 (€15) Students €5 (includes interval soft drink)
Tickets available at the door
 
Tuesday 5 February 8.00pm Roscommon Arts Centre
€15  090 662 5824 www.roscommonartscentre.ie
 
The Trio will give afternoon performances for children of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf.  “This is a piece that appealed to us primarily because of the storytelling element - the narration will be undertaken by the trio while playing. It is also a piece full of enchanting melodies and rich textures that we have enjoyed arranging to suit our instruments. Prokofiev’s colourful orchestration has been fascinating to engage with, stimulating our imagination as we hope it will the audience’s.”
 

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