Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill

Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill

Martin Hayes is regarded as one of the most extraordinary talents to emerge in
the world of Irish traditional music. Accompanied by long-time collaborator and master guitarist Dennis Cahill, this promises to be a spectacular evening.

Three Cane Whale 'At The Pictures'

Three Cane Whale 'At The Pictures'

Three Cane Whale is a multi-instrumental acoustic chamber-folk trio based in Bristol, UK. As intricate as a team of watchmakers, as spare as a mountain stream, uplifting and elegiac in equal measure, their music encompasses both a cinematic sweep and an intimate delicacy, in which “the aroma of muddy leaves and old nettles is almost tangible” (The Observer).

SOAS Showcase, in collaboration with SOAS Radio

SOAS Showcase, in collaboration with SOAS Radio

St Mary’s Music Hall has teamed up with SOAS radio to bring you a night celebrating beautiful music from around the world and featuring SOAS alumni. The concert will be broadcast live on SOAS radio and will feature ‘in conversation with’ interviews with the artists between sets.

Side By Side With Refugees Fundraiser

Side By Side With Refugees Fundraiser

Join the Side by Side family for our summer Jamboree at the gorgeous St Mary’s Music Hall! You will enjoy an evening filled with music, comedy, and spoken word, at the beautiful St Mary's Music Hall. With a knockout line-up, mind-blowing raffle, and a ticket which includes a yummy glass of Pimms and light bites on arrival for just £20, you do not want to miss out!

Renata Rosa & Support TBC

Renata Rosa & Support TBC

Renata Rosa, is a Brazilian singer, songwriter and rabeca player. Over the last 10 years, Renata has played more than 200 concerts across Europe performing in major concert halls and at renowned festivals. She performed concerts for the Musée du Louvre and for the Theater de la Ville of Paris and in 2016 she joined the artistic team of the Rio 2016 Olympics games to compose the opening song of the Summer Olympics. 
 

Daoiri Farrell

Daoiri Farrell

A former electrician, who decided to change profession after seeing Christy Moore perform on Irish TV, Dublin-born traditional singer and bouzouki player Daoirí (pronounced ‘Derry’) Farrell is being described by some of the biggest names in Irish folk music as one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years, and has delivered the album to prove them right.