Riverbank Arts Centre is delighted to welcome Kildare singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Inni-K on Friday April 26 at 8pm.
Named by RTÉ.ie as one of ten fierce women defining Irish culture, Inni-K (Eithne Ní Chatháin) grew up in Kilcock and she names The Old Mill between Naas and Newbridge as a special place that inspired her budding musical career over ten years ago.
Now an internationally touring singer and multi-instrumentalist, Inni-K will perform her home county gig at Riverbank Arts Centre in support of her new album titled The Hare & the Line, released at the beginning of March to great critical acclaim.
Inni-K’s music draws on her extensive background in folk and traditional Irish music, even as she ventures into new musical territories. Her music combines ethereal vocals with deft musicianship, evocative lyrics (bilingual at times), and a unique approach to songwriting. Her mesmerizing vocals and captivating stage presence, creates a spine-tingling musical experience.
Having shared stages with various renowned musicians including Malian kora master Toumani Diabate, drummer Jeff Ballard, Glen Hansard, Liam Ó Maonlaí, Lisa Hannigan and many more, Inni-K is becoming a well-established presence in Irish music.
Inni-K will also be hosting a harmony singing workshop, which will have participants raising the roof together in full voice. The two hour workshop takes place on Saturday April 20 at 11am.
This is a fun workshop which will interest anyone who enjoys singing, be it in a choir or alone in the shower. There is no special singing ability required. A great opportunity to learn from one of Kildare’s foremost musicians - and maybe even join a pop up choir at her concert later that week!
Tickets for the workshop and concert are €15 each, or a ticket for the workshop and concert can be purchased for €25.
Please contact the box office for bookings, and further information on group bookings on 045 448327 or book online at riverbank.ie