Music on The Farm (May 7th)


Cornstown House

As well as being a working farm we also love opening our gates and holding a range of family friendly events. We run a full series of events all year round right here on our farm and grounds. From Spring to Christmas, there’s always something to see!

This month we are pleased to welcome Róisín Ward Morrow and Breifne Holohan.

Róisín Ward Morrow is a fiddle player and folk singer from Co. Louth. Her debut album By the Light of the Moon was launched to a sold out audience during Fleadh Cheoil 2019 and has been met with great prestige nationally and internationally. She has performed extensively in venues that include Dublin Castle, Dublin City Hall, The National Concert Hall and The Grand Opera House, Belfast, as well as touring internationally in Germany and The Netherlands. Róisín was also featured on RTÉ performing for St. Patrick’s Day in 2019, and more recently won an artist bursary from Droichead Arts Centre in 2021 for her research project “Women of Folk Song”, which is set to be showcased in the autumn of this year.

Breifne Holohan is a composer and musician from Drogheda, County Louth. A guitarist and pianist, he is a regular performer of his own work and has collaborated with several visual artists, writers, poets, dance and theatre groups. As both a composer and musician he has won a number of awards including the Bill Whelan International Music Bursary for Young Composers (2004). Since 2016 he has been composing scores and sound design for the Abbott Dance Theatre in Newcastle, UK. Productions include Deeds Not Words and Launch Day, featuring original compositions by Holohan and music by Mark Knopfler. As producer and arranger he has made albums with My Fellow Sponges, Róisín Ward Morrow and Sean Mathews. He is the founding member of fusion/ambient project, six-string drum, as well as guitarist in traditional Irish duo, Uisneach.

Music on The Farm (May 7th)


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