ITMA is delighted to present singer/musician Radie Peat as she explores some of the dark and subversive themes found in her ballad repertoire. Radie is a member of the widely acclaimed Dublin bank Lankum. Drawing from the Well is a monthly series which connects contemporary traditional artists with archival material to create new art to be shared publicly.
The 2021 series is Supported by Bank of Ireland Begin Together Arts Fund in partnership with Business to Arts. We also thank our funders the Arts Council of Ireland and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
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Frances grew up steeped in the arts, the daughter of a fiddle-player father and alt-health therapist mother (her aunt is singer and actress Flo McSweeney). Her own music beguilingly splices minimalism and alternative pop. Released in January, debut LP Land of No Junction is a beguiling, mysterious calling card steeped in Cian Nugent’s hazy guitars. No wonder Charlatans leader Tim Burgess was eager to sign the Dubliner to his label (alas, he was too late and she was already committed elsewhere).Irish Times
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Part one of a four-part series. Meitheal na mBan is an inspirational and empowering series of online concerts led by Ireland’s top female musicians and artists as they perform directly from their own homes, in a much-needed fundraiser to support the victims of domestic abuse.
Some of the musicians performing on the series include Mary Black, Sharon Shannon, Mairead Ní Mhaonaigh, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Julie Fowlis, Nell Ní Chróinín, Lisa O’Neill, Róisín O, Bronagh Gallagher, Wyvern Lingo, Cliona Hagan and Cathy Jordan. The series will be presented by Ciara Ní É.
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