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Jika Jika 2019 // Pre-Launch w/ Cartin & more



Venue:
Sugar Derry
33 Shipquay St Derry

When:
Sat, 26 Jan 2019 10.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Blue Room #2 Presents Adamant & Support



Venue:
Roisins Derry
5 Chamberlain Street Derry

When:
Sat, 19 Jan 2019 10.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Symbio / Strung


New European bands at IMBOLC will be well represented by the duo Symbio. Named in 2016 as Best New Artist of the Year at the Swedish Folk & World Music Awards, they are regarded as one of the most interesting new bands from the burgeoning Swedish folk and World Music scene. Symbio’s strong stage presence plus the combination of hurdy-gurdy and accordion surprises audiences, taking them on a moving, dreamy musical journey driven by original compositions that come out of where folk, minimalistic art music and electronic dance music intersect. The two musicians Johannes Geworkian-Hellman and Larsmil Öjeberget are graduates of the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki. They created Symbio in 2012 and three years later the duo received the Scholarship for Ensembles from The Royal Swedish Academy of Music. October 2016 saw the release of their debut album Phoresy. Their second album, Rising, was brought out in summer 2018. “We are passionate about the music we make together,” Larsmil says. “We hope and believe that our music will touch our audiences.” Strung is a contemporary Irish music ensemble, whose members are: Maria Ryan (violin/vocals), Lucia Mac Partlin (violin), Séan Warren (cello) and Aonghus McCarthy (piano). While undergoing classical training at Cork School of Music, they maintained an interest in Irish traditional music. Their dynamics of their ensemble and unique backgrounds allow them to integrate complex harmonies and innovative motifs, while staying true to the deep-rooted authenticity of traditional Irish melodies. Strung’s sound radiates with originality, yet has an understated instantly recognisable energy that instantly captivates. In March 2016, Strung were winners of the Michigan Irish Music Initiative, a national competition for up and coming traditional Irish groups. In September 2016, they performed at the Michigan Irish Music Festival. Strung performed their album of the same name with the Cork Opera House Concert Orchestra as part of the Right Here Right Now festival in spring, 2017. This project involved orchestral arrangements by Cormac McCarthy. In June the following years, Strung performed for His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales (Prince Charles) and the Duchess of Cornwall at Cork City Hall, during their official welcome to Cork. A new approach to the tradition using the rarely heard instrumentation of piano, two fiddles and cello. It is a must listen for lovers of the tradition as well as forward thinking innovators within music. Pádraig Rynne ...symphonic grace and contemporary brilliance alongside a sound that can only come from a deep knowledge of the Irish tradition. Martin Tourish

Venue:
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin
37 Mórshráid Shéamais Londonderry

When:
Tue, 29 Jan 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Battle Of The Bands Heat 1



Venue:
Roisins Derry
5 Chamberlain Street Derry

When:
Sat, 26 Jan 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Declan O'Rourke


From the most dynamic period of Irish history ever, Declan O’Rourke and his band perform epic true tales delivered through an innovative fusing of traditional music and songwriting. In the short thirteen months since Declan O’Rourke’s Chronicles Of The Great Irish Famine was released, it has received the kind of diversely sophisticated praise and attention more typically given to literary works or an outstandingly serious movie. Folk Presenter Lynette Fay of BBC Radio Ulster perhaps summarized the acclaim best: “A work of art from start to finish. This will be around forever.” Fifteen years in the making, O’Rourke’s epic song cycle presents a sequence of extraordinary true tales from the most spirited period in Irelands history. And O’Rourke’s aim has been to dramatize these any way he can, as on the album cover’s re-enactment story, which depicts with the help of fellow musicians the ambush and shooting of a landlord County Westmeath by locals who formed a justice-seeking mob. Inspired by John O’Connor's book The Workhouses of Ireland, O'Rourke wrote Poor Boys Shoes the first song of the collection, recalling his immediate impressions: "The hair stood up on my neck when I read the lines: 'The man who carried his wife from the workhouse to their old home, mile after weary mile, was discovered next morning dead, his wife’s feet held to his breast as if he was trying to warm them...' I had stumbled into a chapter of history I knew almost nothing about. I wanted to be a witness, to share these stories the best way I knew how--through music.” The lineup inclused Mike McGoldrick, Dermot Byrne, Floriane Blancke, Jack Maher, Chris Herzberger, Catriona Frost, Rob Calder and John Sheahan.

Venue:
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin
37 Mórshráid Shéamais Londonderry

When:
Wed, 30 Jan 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Lonesome Ace String Band / Rheingans Sisters


Together since 2013 and from Toronto, Ontario, The Lonesome Ace String Band--Chris Coole (banjo), John Showman (fiddle) and Max Heineman (bass)--bring energy, passion, skill and a refreshing vibrancy to their brand of American roots music. The music comes from a tradition that has inspired and brought together generations of people. Its themes of love, loss, hard work and hardship, faith, and everyday life have global resonance and speak to everyone. The Lonesomes’ latest album, When The Sun Comes Up (their third studio recording) comprises mostly original compositions and focuses on the group’s predilection for the spiritual and redemptive side of narrative music, where characters come to life in song to confront mortality, impossible choices, and the relentless pressures of change. You’ll feel the energy of three passionate musicians playing the burning desert out of those instruments and loving every minute. There’s richly literary dimension to their brand of American roots music, performed with a refreshing specificity that is too often missing. Fiddle players, singers and multi-instrumentalists Rowan and Anna Rheingans grew up in the Peak District, surrounded by traditional music. Rowan is well- known on the English folk scene for her collaborations, with Nancy Kerr & The Sweet Visitor Band and Eliza Carthy an Karine Polwart. Anna lives and works as a fiddle player in Toulouse and is a fluent in southern French folk music. Both sisters have spent signi?cant time studying ?ddle music in Sweden and Norway. The Rheingans Sisters’ richly connecting music is contemporary yet draws deeply on and is deeply anchored in folk traditions. Having studied in France, Sweden and Norway, they make it their spirited mission to join up points across the musics of different geographical roots. In a word, they deconstruct and reimagine traditional music, playing it alongside their own beguiling compositions. Particularly since the release of their award-winning album Already Home in 2015, The Rheingans Sisters have been wowing audiences across the UK, Europe and Australia, captivated by the full-heartedness of their performances and the adventurous mix of fiddles, voices, banjo, bansitar, tambourin à cordes, poetry and percussion. They won the 2016 BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for Best Original Track—Mackerel. Their third album is Bright Field, from early 2018.

Venue:
Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin
37 Mórshráid Shéamais Londonderry

When:
Thu, 31 Jan 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Formative Assessment with iPad


This course will look at how teachers can use apps on the iPad to gather qualitive and quanitive information on pupil achievement in areas of learning in the classroom. These apps are very engaging for pupils and can allow AFL to be developed in an extensive way, giving teachers information on remedial activities to raise pupil achievement.

Venue:
St Peter's & St Paul's Primary School
296 Foreglen Road Dungiven

When:
Thu, 14 Mar 2019 1.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Gathering Student Evidence with the iPad and Clips


The Clips app is very powerful. It gives children the opportunity to document their learning using photos, video and text. We’ll look at real life examples, how children use it to document learning in a topic or maths lesson and even create videos to explain learning for other children to learn from.

Venue:
St Peter's & St Paul's Primary School
296 Foreglen Road Dungiven

When:
Thu, 30 May 2019 1.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Connecting with Parents with Seesaw


Teachers will leave this session with a fully fledged class of pupils set up in the Seesaw app. They can use this to allow pupils to save work on the iPad, or connect with parents in a great way to aid home-school links and develop pupil learning at home.

Venue:
St Peter's & St Paul's Primary School
296 Foreglen Road Dungiven

When:
Thu, 18 Apr 2019 1.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Film, Animation, Creativity and Music with iPad


Film & Animation allows children to be very creative, linking right across the curriculum, particularly with Literacy and UICT. Teachers will look at how they can create tasks and activities that allow children to develop crucial skills, in line with the Deserable Features within the Northern Ireland Curriculum.

Venue:
St Peter's & St Paul's Primary School
296 Foreglen Road Dungiven

When:
Thu, 20 Jun 2019 1.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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