Cillian Murphy, Bryce Dessner and More to Appear with Crash Ensemble at the Everyman
Sounds From a Safe Harbour returns to the Everyman this weekend for a thrilling night of new music, and some very special guests.
Presented by Bryce Dessner (The National), and conducted by Andre De Ridder, Ireland's leading contemporary music group, Crash Ensemble, will be joined by Kate Manley, The Cork School of Music Capella Lyrica choir, and more surprise guests.
Crash Ensemble will perform works by Linda Buckley, Bryce Dessner, and a world premiere from Emily Hall, with text by Enda Walsh, all under the one roof, at the The Everyman, at 7pm, Friday 15th September.
There are a limited number of tickets remaining. Book online at everymancork.com, or order from the Box Office, 021 4501 673.
Sounds from a Safe Harbour returns to Cork City this weekend, bringing music, dance, visual art and conversation, to over 60 venues across Leeside.
Curated by Bryce & Aaron Dessner of The National, Mary Hickson, Cillian Murphy and Enda Walsh, the festival will be a spectacular four days of events in all shapes and forms, with an impressive schedule of FREE shows all over the city. Collaboration and shared experiences are strong themes in the festival, and the use of intimate venues will create immersive experiences for audiences to enjoy.
Festival Headliners include Lisa Hannigan with the RTÉ Symphony Orchestra & Aaron Dessner, Bon Iver, The National, Crash Ensemble, Iarla O'Lionaird and Steve Cooney, Fionn Regan, Peter Broderick, Amiina, Wyvern Lingo, Saint Sister and Slow Moving Clouds, This is How We Fly, and Ye Vagabonds, to name a few.
Nialler9 is also onboard to help curate an extensive Heineken Free Music Trail to appear in venues throughout the city, this programme includes: New Jackson, Soulé, Rosie Carney, Saint Caoilian, Sorcha Richardson, Rosa Nutty, Rowan, and many secret events which will be released closer to the time on the festival's social channels.
Sounds from a Safe Harbour also have a FREE Conversations & Words trail, in association with Creative Ireland, taking place in venues across the city. The festival invites you to engage in intimate conversations, and listen to inspiring talks from renowned artists, djs, writers, and filmmakers, both from home and abroad. Be inspired by Cillian Murphy, Bryce Dessner, Kevin Barry, and Donal Dineen, among others.
Tickets are on sale directly from the venues and venue websites. Visit soundsfromasafeharbour.com for more, or follow the festival on social media for updates.
Sounds from a Safe Harbour 2017 is supported by Heineken Ireland, River Lee Hotel, Creative Ireland, Cork County Council, Cork City Council, Arts Council and many more.