Nic Gareiss

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 Nic Gareiss and Maeve Gilchrist

We’ve had a complex relationship with the harp, our national symbol, but over the past two decades it has enjoyed a steady growth in popularity to the(...)

A festival highlight: Martha Wainwright plays Tradfest

Taking as its starting point an all-embracing notion of traditional music, Temple Bar Tradfest has captured the zeitgeist this year, whether by accide(...)

Shifting and sliding time signatures, elusive wisps of sound and an irrepressible appetite for mining the unknown all seem to be at the heart of This (...)

This Is How We Fly: landing in Fumbally Stables in Dublin on Thursday, while their reed player Seán Mac Erlaine joins other jazz spirits for a haunted house party in Dublin on Sunday

Richie Buckley Quintet Arthurs, Dublin Friday September 8th 9pm €10 arthurspub.ie Richie Buckley’s list of former employers may be a who’s-who of (...)

Gravity-defying supergroup This Is How We Fly.

FRIDAY 18th BOWING TO BENNETT – Cormac Kenevey & Cian Boylan, National Concert Hall, Dublin, 1pm, €16/14, nch.ie In the late 2000s, polished Dub(...)

Shara Worden, aka My Brightest Diamond, who will be taking part in this year’s Kilkenny Arts Festival, which begins on August 8th

Secret concerts, artists-in-residence, a grand ensemble finale and surprise guests are all in store for this year’s Kilkenny Arts Festival (KAF), whi(...)

This Is How We Fly
  • Music
  • October 18, 2013, 00:00

Elusive and mercurial, This Is How We Fly draw from a heady mix of Irish, American and Swedish folk and jazz influences. They boldly knit percussive d(...)

This Is How We Fly: from left, percussionist Petter Berndalen, percussive dancer Nic Gareiss,  Dublin reed player Seán Mac Erlaine and fiddler Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh

There’s a telling moment in film-maker Myles O’Reilly’s atmospheric film about This Is How We Fly’s trip to Sweden last year to record their debut alb(...)

Mice Will PlayCube, Project Arts Centre***In this beguiling production, dancer Nic Gareiss and fiddler Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh weave together a loose c(...)