Saturday 11 December
12pm & 2pm (Performances 30 Minutes)
Tickets €10 per family of 2/3 BOOK HERE
A concert performance of wintry songs and sounds for very young children and their parents. Fiona Kelleher (composer vocalist and early years artist ) and Jim Murray (renowned guitarist and accordionist) host a musical journey celebrating the beauty and comfort of winter through music and song. Join us for a winter adventure and bring your hat and scarf!!
"Tranquil and beautiful music for little ones" - Rebecca
"Gorgeous music performance" - J.M.
"Dreamy and enchanting... will calm and carry you away" - I. Lee
" Best music for children under three" - Mica
About Fiona Kelleher & Jim Murray
Fiona Kelleher is a leading early years artist and vocalist who composes music for very young children. Her music has featured in film and theatre productions for children. She produces work for children in community settings as well as collaborating with artists of various disciplines to produce integrated artistic projects. She has been both a lead artist and collaborator on many projects in Early Years work in Ireland with the BEAG project ( Graffiti Theatre) Music Generation,
The Ark Cultural Centre for Children and Ceol Connected. She continues to write, produce and research as an Early Years artist and vocalist with new music to be released in late 2021 and early 2022.
Jim Murray is one of the leading lights in traditional guitar playing in Ireland, touring and recording extensively . Over the last two decades Jim has toured and recorded both nationally and internationally with many of Ireland’s renowned artists. Jim has combined a wide range of music and influences to create a unique and exciting modern sound in guitar accompaniment. work features on recordings of many of Ireland’s most prominent artists such as Sharon Shannon, Seamus Begley, Donal Lunny Paraic Rynne and Tara Breen to name a few. He and is in great demand as both a touring and recording musician.
The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and Cork County Council is proud to support high quality work by the professional performing arts sector.