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Cormac Begley

London Irish Centre   

Thu 26th May 2022


As part of Cormac Begley’s Irish and European concert tour, Cormac will play the London Irish Centre on 26th May 2022.

Doors 7.30pm. Show begins at 8pm.

This tour is to celebrate the release of his second solo album entitled "B". This album is the first solo Bass concertina album of any musical genre and will be available at concerts until its release date.

Cormac is concertina player from west Kerry and he plays 13 concertinas that range from bass to piccolo register. His debut solo album received critical acclaim accumulating nine 5-star reviews. Music from his debut album and his new Bass concertina album are a central feature of the award winning show Mám (directed by Micheal Keegan Dolan) and to Pat Collin's film, 'The Dance'. He plays in a number of projects with musicians Liam O Connor, Caoimhín O Raghallaigh, Martin Hayes and Liam Ó Maonlaí, Rushad Eggleston (cello), Lisa O Neill and Ye Vagabonds. He has recorded with artists including Lankum, Stephen James Smith, Ré, Jack Talty, Ye Vagabonds and Lisa O'Neill. He is the founder of Airt, a residential school in West-Kerry, and the award winning Tunes in the Church live concert series in Galway, and more recently, a new outdoor concert series throughout Ireland from his campervan, the ‘Beauty’. 

This album will be available for preorder on April 1st: https://cormacbegley.bandcamp.com/music


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