This Years Line Up

We are happy to announce the line-up for Music Under The Mountains 2019! 

Keep in touch with all the latest news by liking us on Facebook!

Tickets are available from & Eventbrite.

Music Under the Mountains 2019

Sept. 20th, 21st, 22nd

—–Friday 20th—–

++++++ Concert +++++

Jane Clarke (Poet)
Cormac Breatnach (Flute & Whistles)
Eamon Sweeney (Guitar)

“An evening of music and poetry from Jane’s recent work”

St. Kevin’s Church of Ireland, Hollywood, doors at 8.00 pm
Admission: €20

—–Saturday 21st—–

++++++ Workshops ++++++

Fiddle – Paul Bradley
Accordion – Martin Quinn
Flute – James Mahon

Swedish Music fotr Children – Margaretha Mattsson & Christin Gudmonsson

Hollywood Centre, 10.30am

++++++ Workshop & Talk ++++++

Eleanor McEvoy

“Song Lyrics, Serious Literature or Throwaway Pop?”

Hollywood Centre, 3.30pm

++++++ Concert ++++++

Eleanor McEvoy

St. Kevin’s Church of Ireland, Hollywood, doors at 7.00 pm
Admission: €20

++++++ Session ++++++

Music from Brittany with Tom Lemmonier & Friends
Tutty’s, 8.00 pm

—–Sunday 22nd—–

++++++ Annual Singing Session ++++++

Hosted by Kevin Conneff & Ger Fitzgerald

Tutty’s, 12.30 pm

All singers welcome!

++++++ Closing Concert ++++++

Andy Irvine

St. Kevin’s Church of Ireland, Hollywood, doors at 6.00 pm
Admission: €20

++++++ Session ++++++

More music from Brittany with Tom Lemmonier & Friends
Hollywood Inn, 8.00 pm


+++++ Weekend tickets available- covers admission to all events! +++++

Weekend Ticket €50 (Strictly limited numbers so book early!)


**Event line-ups, Times and Venues subject to change**

***For more information like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram and visit our Website ***


 Music Under The Mountains would like to acknowledge the support of Wicklow County Council, The Creative Ireland Initiative and all our generous sponsors, without whom the festival would not be possible.


MUTM 2019




2 comments on “This Years Line Up

  1. Pingback: Ensemble Ériu: why are people so moved by them? | Trad Review

  2. Pingback: Ensemble Ériu: what’s the appeal? | Trad Review

Comments are closed.