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Téada

Téada

Téada


Téada, now firmly established as one of Irish music's leading exponents on the international world music stage, continues to be driven by a fascination with the timeless, expressive force of traditional tunes inherited from previous generations of musicians. Since 2001, when the freshly-formed band landed a spot on the innovative Irish television show Flosc, Téada, has evolved to frequent headline performances at major music festivals throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Israel and Australia. Read more on Last.fm
Téada, now firmly established as one of Irish music's leading exponents on the international world music stage, continues to be driven by a fascination with the timeless, expressive force of traditional tunes inherited from previous generations of musicians. Since 2001, when the freshly-formed band landed a spot on the innovative Irish television show Flosc, Téada, has evolved to frequent headline performances at major music festivals throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Israel and Australia. A notable highlight was a headlining appearance to a 30,000-audience in Brittany during 2006, a year which also saw the band launch a hugely successful CD/DVD, Inné Amárach, released by Gael Linn and Compass Records. With lush Irish orchestration, Téada, meaning "strings" in the Irish language revels in the vibrant traditional music of Ireland, deftly playing up its structural intricacies while preserving the timeless energy of the reels, jigs, hornpipes, and other lesser-known tunes in the repertoire. Oisín Mac Diarmada (fiddle/vocals): Sligo fiddle player, Oisín Mac Diarmada, is an honours graduate in Music Education at Trinity College, Dublin/RIAM. In addition to his widespread performing activities, Oisin is respected internationally as a fiddle tutor and for his journalistic, lecturing and production work. Fast becoming one of the most exciting young musicians on the tradtional scene, he has been described by critic Earle Hitchner as 'one of the most talented fiddlers in Ireland today'. Paul Finn (button accordion) from Co.

Laois is fast becoming one of the rising young stars of button accordion playing in Ireland. Particularly known for a pulsating and rhythmic performance style, his playing has featured prominently in major international touring dance productions, as well as in the indigenous session scene throughout Ireland. Damien Stenson (flute/whistle) Hailing from the rich musical environment of Co. Sligo, Damien Stenson is noted for his extensive repertoire and flowing style of playing, honed by many years of extensive musical activity. Featured on a number of recent albums including the compilation "Wooden Flute Obsession Vol.

2", his presence interestingly brings the melodic element and more specifically the flute, to greater prominence within the Téada soundscape. Seán McElwain (bouzouki/guitar) from Monaghan brings a strong string dimension to teada through his dynamic contributions on guitar and bouzouki. In recent times, touring performances have seen Sean gaining growing accolades for his accompainment and melodic skills from many quarters. As well as his accompaniment skills, Seán is also a noted banjo and madolin player.

He is actively involved in the organising and running of an annual weekend of music 'Scoil Cheoil na Botha' in his native county Monaghan Tristan Rosenstock (bodhran): From Glenageary in Co Dublin, Tristan's bodhrán playing encompasses a distinctive musical sensitivity, evident on a number of recordings and tours with which he has had involvement in recent years. Prominent in Dublin musical circles in recent years, Tristan has just completed his studies in Irish and Old Irish at Trinity College, Dublin, and presently performs on a full-time basis with Téada. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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