Eimear Reidy and Natalia Beylis began creating music together in 2020 for an arboreal music and research project titled ‘Whose Woods These Are.’ Based between Leitrim and Cork, the duo compose
Eimear Reidy and Natalia Beylis began creating music together in 2020 for an arboreal music and research project titled ‘Whose Woods These Are.’ Based between Leitrim and Cork, the duo compose new music for keyboard instruments, cello and electronics. Together they have formed a distinctive musical language that represents a common ground between their individual practices and opens avenues for improvisation within their performances.
The title of their musical research project ‘Whose Woods These Are’ is taken from Robert Frost’s ‘Stopping by Woods.’ The aim of the project is to bring audiences into woodland settings in hopes of encouraging people to spend time amongst the trees and with the ultimate goal of allowing the public to have a hand in the conservation of our forests.
The National Concert Hall’s Tradition Now series returns with two editions in 2022 – the first in June. From electronica to dark folk balladry, to trance influenced innovations, the festival shines a light on the new in a flourishing traditional music and folk scene.
Tickets for this event in the Studio at the NCH, each costing €10, are available from https://www.nch.ie/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=Tradition-Now-Eimear-Ryan-Natalia-Beylis-15Jun22&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::context_id=#Tickets
(Wednesday) 8:30 pm
National Concert Hall
Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2