On Saturday, 20th June 2009 The Seamus Ennis Centre plays host to two of Ireland’s emerging talents. Tickets are on sale now at The Seamus Ennis Centre.

Singer/Songwriter Liz Madden and Irish Fiddle virtuoso Niamh Fahy combine their dynamic talents for an evening of show-stopping Irish favourites along with some wonderful original works.

International recording artists and solo performers in their own right, this Dynamic Duo have joined forces to give fans an outstanding Irish Roots Concert. This is an evening not to be missed!

From a family rich in Irish traditional music, Liz Madden, former singer and songwriter with Irish duo RUA, has had a successful music career culminating in 3 albums and performances worldwide including the Festival Interceltique de Lorient, the World Music Festival in Israel, the Catskills Irish weekends, the 7th International China Folk & Art Festival and the Nobel Women’s Initiative Conference. Liz has just completed her solo album and globally Liz’s beautiful voice and original compositions have been featured on over sixty compilation albums and used in both Film & TV. As a vocalist, Liz moves easily between Irish, Celtic, New World, Folk and Classical music and her captivating voice leaves a lasting impression with its deep emotion and energy.

Trained in the Suzuki Method, Irish fiddler, Niamh Fahy was introduced to Traditional Irish music early on but it was when Antoin MacGabhann, renowned Cavan fiddle player, took her under his wing that Niamh fell in love with her native music. She has performed worldwide in such prestigious venues as The Kravis Centre, West Palm Beach, Florida, The Berklee Performing Arts Centre, Boston, the Hammersmith Apollo, London, The Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh and the NIA, Birmingham. Niamh released her debut album 'Stolen Kiss' to high acclaim and is currently a soloist with the Irish phenomenon Riverdance. She has just completed a three month tour of the UK and will appear in the summer run of Riverdance in The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin..


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