Tuesday 26 September, 19:00
Piel View House, Barrow Park LA13 9D
THIS CONCERT IS NOW SOLD-OUT
Scottish smallpipes player Brìghde Chaimbeul (pronounched Breetch-er Hime-bowl) is a leading purveyor of experimental Celtic music.
Her piping has earned her a BBC Young Folk Award and a BBC Horizon Award, and seen her perform for heads of state at the Cop26 climate conference.
She’s brought her instrument to a global stage, and worked with a range of other artists - currently she can be heard on Caroline Polachek's new single "Blood and Butter".
With her second album 'Carry Them With Us’, Chaimbeul has taken it beyond folk music, discovering a place where tradition and minimalism meet, offering her the freedom to experiment in sound and create something completely her own.
'Carry Them With Us' is an exhilarating weave of rich textural drones, trance atmospheres and instrumental folk traditions. She was joined on this album by acclaimed Canadian sound explorer and saxophonist Colin Stetson (Arcade Fire, Bon Iver), who also co-produced the album.
Full of Noises is delighted to bring Brìghde to Piel View House in Barrow Park.
Harpist Mary Dunsford will also perform on the evening. Mary will take you on a textural exploration of the Celtic harp, building soundscapes to transport you to who knows where…
Doors open 19:00 for 19:30 prompt start
If you arrive after 1930 you may have to wait for the interval before being admitted to the performance space.
Programme 1.5hrs with a short interval
Drinks by cash donation
Directions and Information
Piel View House, Abbey Road, Barrow-in-Furness LA13 9DB
Access to the venue is by foot.
Parking: There is one designated accessible parking space, to book please email email@example.com
Enter from the park gate by Park Drive junction bus stop (by the Baptist Church)
Walk route is 2 mins signposted from here.
We have a no pets policy within the premises. Assistance dogs are welcome.