Danish Choir, Irish Troubadour, Irish Choir with Scottish Conductor… what a great mix!

Summer’s been busy and it ain’t over yet, extending into autumn… too few photographs taken and posted and not enough time to follow fellow bloggers posts either. However, here’s what I’m up to this coming week and it is my photograph on one of the posters 🙂
Hopefully soon I’ll be back here and catch up with some of you and your beautiful creative expressions. Till then ❤

Hanne Thornfeldt Fisker

Once in 2012 I organised a tour for Østerbro Pigekor; a young women’s choir from Copenhagen with Marlene Lollike as their musical director. It was in truth an extraordinary adventure beyond our imagination. They were singing “Fertile Rock” with Luka Bloom who made the song, in the rain at the foot of Mullaghmore, they sang in Father Ted’s House, in O’Connors Pub in Doolin, they sang and recorded with Luka Bloom in Corcomroe Abbey and joined his gig in Kenny’s and they had a workshop together with Archie Simpson and Lismorahaun Singers, exchanging their sound and musical work. It all flowed into an unforgettable concert with Lismorahaun Singers and Luka Bloom in Kilfenora.

Many coffee’s has been made since and now, they are coming back!!


This time they will perform a concert the 18th of October with Luka Bloom in Holy Trinity Church in Westport at 8.30pm. Here’s a…

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2 Replies to “Danish Choir, Irish Troubadour, Irish Choir with Scottish Conductor… what a great mix!”

  1. wildsherkin says:

    It sounds wonderful! You must come to Cork next year. Do you know that we have an annual choral festival in Cork? But also, you could choose from some beautiful places to sing – in the city and in rural locations through the county.

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    • Ah, thank you! No I didn’t know about this in Cork, thank you for letting me know about it. I do know John Spillane though, did a cafe tour with him around the cafe’s of Clare a few years ago. He’s amazing! Not sure it’ll be Ireland again next year though with the choir, but we’ll see, one never knows 🙂

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