Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre

Féile Patrick Byrne present Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre live in concert at the Patrick Kavanagh Centre Inniskeen on Saturday 9th March 2024 at 8pm.  They will be joined onstage by master craftsman and fiddler Jim McKillop.  The concert will be preceded by a documentary scored by Zoë ‘From a Forest to a Fiddle’, which follows master fiddle maker Jim McKillop making his last fiddle before retiring.

Tickets €15/10 available now from Patrick Kavanagh Centre, online (see book now link below) or from the venue box office 042 9378560.

Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre

“Simply one of the best folk duos on the planet” (BBC)

“Folk Instrumentalist of the Year 2020” RTE Radio 1 Folk Awards (Zoë)

“Featured Composer 2021” ITMA Irish Traditional Music Archive (Zoë)

With an exciting blend of eclectic fiddle and guitar music, Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre bring to the stage sympathetic arrangements of traditional Irish music, compositions and songs, old and new.  The husband and wife folk duo possess a rare facility to draw pieces into their repertoire from other genres such as classical, jazz and world music and express this material in way which not only displays the sheer range and knowledge of both instrumentalists but also exhibits the wonderful versatility of their instruments.

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We are also delighted to screen magical documentary From a Forest to a Fiddle, which was first shown to a sold out audience at the National Concert Hall in Dublin late last year.  It captures master craftsman Jim Mc Killop making a fiddle in his rural workshop in the Cooley Mountains. This meditative timelapse art-film features a soundtrack of Zoë’s own score, performed by Zoë on fiddle and John Mc Intyre on guitar, ‘one of the best folk duos on the planet’ (BBC), with the amazing RTÉ Concert Orchestra under conductor Stephen Bell.


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Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre