Join us for a night of truly unforgettable music with Irish musical royalty, Owen and Moley Ó Súilleabháin at The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center. The show will be taped for an episode of CT Public Television's original music series, THE KATE!
Owen and Mícheál ‘Moley’ Ó Súilleabháin are two brothers from one of Ireland’s most esteemed musical and artistic families. Singers, storytellers, poets; their beautiful harmonies, stories of life experience, mixed with a wild sense of humor, make you feel at ease, in awe and entirely entertained.
They draw from a huge repertoire spanning thousands of years, embodying Ireland in song: Ireland’s oldest tradition, Celtic Sean Nós, Medieval Gregorian Chant from the Monastic Period, Irish folk songs in English and Gaelic; original inspirational pop-songs, and even human beatbox and Irish rap!
Owen and Moley’s talents have caught the attention of some of the greats in world of performance and the arts. They count luminaries such as Steven Spielberg, Russell Crowe, poet laureate Billy Collins, and violinist Nigel Kennedy as their fans, and have shared the stage with The Chieftains, Hugh Jackman, Bobby McFerrin, Sinéad O'Connor, Riverdance composer Bill Whelan, and Alan Doyle (Great Big Sea).