A DECADE OF DANCE
ANNIVERSARY TOUR IN TOWN
IRELAND’S celebrated stage production The Rhythms of Ireland returns to Mandurah later this month with its 10 year anniversary tour.
The Rhythms of Ireland brings together Ireland’s most celebrated and elite company of dancers, with their awe-inspiring and innovative production seen by more than two million people.
Originally from Waterford, lead musician David Delaney has quickly established himself as one of the most versatile and in demand traditional musicians around today.
Coming from a highly musical family, his father Ben is the lead vocalist for Irish folk band Drops of Brandy, and he has been immersed in Irish music for as long as he remembers.
Starting on a penny whistle at age seven, Delaney graduated to the more difficult violin, specialising in Celtic and French-Canadian fiddle music.
He also performs on the bodhran, guitar and the uilleann pipes, a uniquely Irish instrument with a haunting sound. THE ESSENTIALS The Rhythms of Ireland Mandurah Performing Arts Centre Tuesday, November 28
The Rhythms of Ireland is coming to Mandurah as part of a 10th anniversary tour.