Concert with uilleann piper Martin Nolan
The Siamsa School of Irish Music is pleased to announce the rescheduling of the concert with uilleann piper, Martin Nolan. The event will take place this Sunday, July 23, 2023 in the Adair Auditorium of the Atwater Library, entrance at 4023 Tupper Street. Doors will open at 1 PM. The concert will begin at 1:30 PM. Admission is 20$ - seniors, students and Siamsa members 15$.
Our previous date had to be cancelled because of flooding in the Library Auditorium due to extreme weather conditions.
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Martin Nolan is an Irish uilleann piper and composer whose energetic and passionate performing has taken him throughout Europe, the UK, India, Australia, New Zealand, the USA and Canada. Martin has taught at the Willie Clancy Summer School, the Chris Langan Weekend and at Celtfest on Vancouver Island.
Respected in the Irish traditional scene, he has also played and recorded alongside jazz greats such as Dave Liebman, the late Michael Brecker, Ronan Guilfoyle, Conor Guilfoyle, Tommy Halferty, Michael Buckley and the Boclé Brothers.
He is a member of Iona, the UK Celtic prog rock band, regularly guests with Irish rock/celtic band In Tua Nua and currently plays with Asgards.
Martin has two critically acclaimed music albums, “Travel’n Style” and “Bright Silver Dark Wood”. He also recorded “Irish Love Stories”, a collection of traditional Irish love stories and tunes, with storyteller Brendan Nolan.
“Martin’s albums and his live performances are energetic affairs full of great playing, good tunes and cheerful Irish humour.” - The Canberra Times.