Trad on the Prom
Simply the BEST Irish Show of the Year
Trad on the Prom showcases the amazing talents of legendary musician Máirín Fahy, featured soloist with Riverdance, Gerard Fahy (musical director and composer of ‘Lord of the Dance’) on the uilleann pipes, whistles and bouzouki and multi-instrumentalist Yvonne Fahy on accordion and bodhrán.
Trad on the Prom Live Performance
Máirín was born into a family steeped in Traditional Irish music.
Her fiddle playing has been lauded as amazing and unique "The Girl on the White Hot Fiddle" (Empire Magazine), and, as the featured soloist with Riverdance, has performed for millions of people worldwide.
In addition, Máirín has also spent many years touring with multi-grammy award winning group the Chieftains. She has performed with the Chieftains and Art Garfunkel in Carnegie Hall, recorded with Dolores O' Riordan, The Cranberries and is featured in the Harrison Ford / Brad Pitt movie, "Devil's Own". She has played in Monaco for Prince Rainier and the Royal Family, in Tokyo for the Prince Emperor and at the Royal Albert Hall in London where she performed for Princess Diana at the Princess Trust.
Live at the Volvo Ocean Race- Galway, Ireland
Featuring the very best of Irish music, song and dance, thisall-star production was recorded live in front of an audience of 60,000 at thespectacular Volvo Ocean Race festival village Galway, Ireland.
Suitable for all nationalities, Trad on the Prom features the amazing talents of Máirín Fahy on fiddle and vocals. Máirín, referred to as ‘the girl on the white hot fiddle’, was previously the featured soloist with Riverdance and The Chieftains.
Máirín is joined on stage by Chris Kelly and her band featuring multi- instrumentalist Yvonne Fahy on accordion and bodhrán (Irish hand drum) and the haunting music of the uileann pipes performed by guest musician and composer Gerard Fahy, musical director of ‘Lord of the Dance’.
The show features an array of world champion Irish dancers lead by Cian Nolan (Lord of the Dance), Clare Greaney, The Keaney Brothers, Mary McDonagh, Rachael Keaney, Anne Marie Keaney and Doireann Carney.
Singers include Eurovision star Marc Roberts, Multi- AIMS winner Sean Costello and Chieftains vocalist Yvonne McMahon.