Far Flung Trio and an evening of musical delights



Getting 2019 off to a flying start at Roscommon Arts Centre, the Far Flung Trio Katherine Hunka (violin), Dermot Dunne (accordion), and Malachy Robinson (double bass) will take to the stage on Tuesday, February 5th at 8 pm with an irresistible musical programme that is virtuosic and charming – all delivered in their very own signature style.

  On the night, hear the seductive melodies of Bizet’s ‘Carmen’, Rossini’s mischievous ‘Barber of Seville’ overture, jazzy tunes by Gershwin, an original work by Irish jazz giant Ronan Guilfoyle and lots more, all tailored by the Trio and delivered with panache and delight.

  Leader of the Irish Chamber Orchestra violinist Katherine Hunka and accordion player Dermot Dunne have been playing together since 2007 and were delighted to be joined by Ireland’s most sought after and versatile double bassist Malachy Robinson in 2014. The trio have performed in many venues and festivals and their concerts include everything from Baroque to Piazzolla, South American, Klezmer music and film classics. Their performances are packed with musical gems and are always very much enjoyed by their captivated audiences.

  Tickets are on sale now from Roscommon Arts Centre’s box office at 090-6625824 and from www.roscommonartscentre.ie.