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Investing in Tradition
By supporting Kincora Trad Fest your are supporting local music traditions and the local music heroes of the future.
Your pledge bestows value on the role that traditional music plays within the community and will also help us to ensure the festival remains sustainable into the future. Thank you!
Killaloe & Ballina
we're on the map
quite contagious to the town of Killaloe"
at the time they cut the corn
"Well I Happened to be born,
since 2013 over Kincora Trad Fest workshops have taught over 400 students
a tune with
A tune with a view to the future!
Theresa and Declan are two musicians who regularly visit Kincora Trad Fest, both are All Ireland Champions and popular tutors.
Take a few minutes to enjoy this set of reels filmed on the viewing point in Ballina overlooking the Shannon river and Killaloe bridge in 2016.
Your investment can help ensure that Kincora Trad Fest continues to attract the very best music, song & dance tutors each year.
"congratulations, a very special concert we thoroughly enjoyed it"
sponsorship of our annual events will help us secure these special performance and aid our efforts to bring the very best performers to Killaloe and Ballina.
You can sponsor an entire event or part thereof
KINCORA TRAD EVENTS
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GREAT IRISH MUSIC
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If you or your organisation would like to play a role in cultivating the future traditional music landscape of Killaloe and Ballina and help us continue to enhance the musical life of the twin towns please contact us.
Our invited guests and tutors, many of whom are at the forefront of the established tradition are the inspiration to the next generation of traditional music creators.
Kincora Trad Fest present an ambitious three day program of events, in both English and Irish, to engage, educate and entertain audiences, traditional musicians, singers and dancers of all ages.
Actively influenced by the landscape many of their works carry local place-names including 'The Fort of Kincora', 'The Arra Mountains' and their highest point, 'Tonn Teina'.
The region is the home of many contributors to Ireland's traditional music repertoire whose legacies have permeated the wider tradition and remain a source of inspiration, growth and local pride.