Nuala Kennedy, Eamon O'Leary, and Kevin Burke

2700 Capitol Ave., Sacramento, CA 95816
: (916) 443-5300
Kevin Burke One of the greatest fiddlers of this or any generation, Kevin Burke is known far and wide, a legend in traditional Irish music. His bow has driven the Bothy Band, Patrick Street, Open House and Celtic Fiddle Festival. He was awarded a National Heritage Fellowship in the US, and in Ireland the prestigious Gradam Ceoil Award  His solo performances of flawless unaccompanied fiddle, delivered with humorous stories of the tunes and their makers, are an absolute delight. Kevin’s easy and welcoming manner leaves the audience feeling like privileged guests, and with a richer understanding of this great tradition. Whatever context, band or solo, Kevin Burke’s fiddle is a dynamic melodic force, the voice of the master. “A lyrical player of emotional electricity.” - The Washington Post Nuala Kennedy and Eamon O' Leary Long time friends and musical collaborators, Nuala Kennedy and Eamon O' Leary have toured together widely, both in duo and as part of The Alt. They are internationally recognized members of the traditional music community, noted for their instrumental skills and diverse repertoire of traditional and contemporary song. Both are songwriters, who love and research traditional Irish/Scottish songs. With an engaging stage presence and understated virtuosity, they present a timeless selection of songs and instrumentals. "Nuala and Eamon bring us beautiful music that ranges from the ancient Irish tradition to reflections on the present day.…lyrically fresh, harmonically rich and presented with magnificent ease." - The Irish Times Kevin - fiddle "A fiddle icon." Irish Music Magazine “Burke imparts a rhythmic intensity that is remarkably powerful...a superior instrumentalist in any idiom...impressively virtuosic.” The New York Times Nuala - flutes, whistles, vocals “She is not only an exceptional interpreter of the tradition; her own music glistens with freshness.”The Irish Times Eamon - guitar, bouzouki, vocals “…beautiful, crystalline songs.” Huffington Post