St. Peter’s, North Main Street, Cork
Sunday 14th October, 6pm
Tickets: €18. Limited number of €5 student tickets available at the door. Early booking advised

Sebastian Adams, composer
Mark Chambers, counter-tenor
Simon MacHale, singer-songwriter
Marja Gaynor, baroque violin
ECEMF String Quartet
Cork Viol Consort

In the atmospheric setting of the Cork Vision Centre, artists bring to life a wide variety of genres, unique but all connected in their own way with early music. This concert will feature the premiere of a newly-commissioned string quartet by star Irish composer Sebastian Adams, related to the viol consort genre of the ‘In Nomine’ Multi-talented Renaissance man Simon MacHale brings a background as a singer with many international early music ensembles to his brand of electronic folk music. Counter-tenor Mark Chambers introduces the seventeenth-century version of jazz riffs with an exploration of ground basses. Relax and enjoy an unusual feast for the ears, with something for absolutely everyone.

Simon MacHale: “An intriguing blend of electronics and acoustics, a successful combination of a number of contemporary genres while keeping a folk feel prevalent throughout.”

PureM Magazine, Ireland

Tickets also available at Nano Nagle Place, Douglas Street, or on the door subject to availability.