Tara Breen, Padraig Rynne & Jim Murray

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  • October 18, 2023
    7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Three of Ireland’s best-known traditional musicians – Tara Breen, Padraig Rynne & Jim Murray – thanks to their involvement in Celtic Colours this year, will bring their amazing trad act to Halifax to play The Carleton on Wednesday, October 18th. Show time is 7 PM and tickets are only $20 + HST. It’s not like this is likely to ever happen again, so we suggest you grab tickets quickly!

Pádraig Rynne is a virtuoso musician, prolific composer and is regarded as the finest concertina player in Irish music today. With an MA in Music Technology and with a passion for experimenting in diverse genres Pádraig is recognized for his refreshing explorations into the Irish tradition and for his ground-breaking band NOTIFY, described by the New York Echo as “cinematic in scope”.

Tara Breen was long-time fiddler with The Chieftains and is an all-round extraordinary musician with 11 solo All-Ireland titles. She is also winner of both the coveted Fiddler of Dooney and Michael Coleman Fiddle competitions and was invited to perform at Dublin Castle for the Queen of England during her State visit to Ireland. Tara has numerous recording credits to her name and regularly guests with artists such as Carlos Nunez, Stockton’s wing and the Trí Tones.

Jim Murray has been touring the world full time as a professional musician since the age of eighteen. Jim is considered Sharon Shannon’s “right hand man” having recorded and toured with her over five continents. He also released two critically acclaimed albums with long term partner Seamus Begley in 2001 and 2008 which collectively scooped many prestigious awards such as The Irish Times and Hotpress Traditional Irish Music Album of the Year. Since Jim’s arrival on the world stage, he has gained the respect of both national and international musicians and has performed and recorded with artists such as Sinead O’Connor, Steve Earl, Shane McGowan, Altan and Mary Black amongst others.