Moya Brennan & Cormac de Barra
Voices & Harps: Moya Brennan & Cormac de Barra
Vocalist Moya Brennan -- also known as "the First Lady of Celtic Music" -- and harp virtuoso Cormac de Barra's successful partnership is more than just the luck of the Irish. These two famed musicians have performed together for years in various bands, though they released their first CD as a duo in 2010, fittingly titled Voices & Harps
. As the lead singer of the Grammy-winning group Clannad, Brennan helped introduce traditional Irish music to a worldwide audience, and she and de Barra build on that with their latest disc, Affinity
. The 2013 release boasts brand new songs composed by the pair, several traditional tunes in Irish and a cover of Christopher Cross' song "Sailing."
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The last date listed for Moya Brennan & Cormac de Barra was Friday April 4, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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