Brian O'Connor

 Brian O'ConnorWhen Brian O'Connor plays an extremely fast improvisation on the Tin Whistle, no leg on the stage remains still. The band jumps and dances, grin wildly, the public clap, meanwhile O'Connor up's the tempo with apparent ease. "When does the man actually breathe? ", asked a marvelled listener who had long given up the attempt to count the number of the notes per second.

The musical creativity and technical versatility on the stage is overwhelming. Behind the professionalism is a large portion of humour and the sheer joy of playing, which spreads out in enormous energy for two hours and brings the audience to boiling point.
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Trad Irish Music - INNOVATIVE LESSONS ONLINE

Trad Irish MusicHere at TIM we strive to provide the most comprehensive and enjoyable learning experience on the web. With a long history of teaching credentials and professional performance, all our tutors are perfectly placed to deliver the most insightful tutorials available online. The TradIrishMusic team is working hard to bring the full range of Irish traditional instrumental tutorials to the web.

We are currently working on Harp, Uilleann Pipes, Guitar, Concert Flute, Bodhrán, Fiddle, and Bouzouki. As soon as these tutorials are completed we will make them available to you ……



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Irish Soul Ballett

Brian O'Connor & Irish Soul Ballet Irish Soul lives from authentic playing of a live band which allows to feel the elementary experience of life as an Irishman, with self composed Airs, Jigs and Reels. Above all Brian O' Connor who interprets the most difficult Jigs and Reels bright and cheerfully, inspiring.
On holidays in Ireland, van Cauwenbergh was inspired to choreograph his two part ballet,……



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Bachelors Walk

Loss for the Bee Gees, Irish folk wins!

Brian O'Connor & Bachelors WalkBachelors Walk, stormed the stage, already hitting gold with their first number. The sweeping, expressive Fiddle and Tin Whistle playing could not be easily ignored, just like the pointed charm of the five gentlemen from Dublin, in a mix of English and German they thrilled the audience with each of their introductions. The highlight of the evening was however fiddler Mick Davis, who proved himself to be consummate entertainer. From his anecdotes of his time in Stuttgart to …



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Midnight Court

Irish Tradition X-tended

Brian O'Connor & Midnight CourtBrian also plays occasionally with Midnight Court, in the X-tended version of the band
Along with (Creole World Music 2006) award winner Ravi Srinivasan (India) tablas, harmonium, santoor and vocals and flute virtuoso Brian O’Connor (Ireland) flute and whistles, the band extends itself from a trio into a celtic/world/fusion quintet, with it’s sound still very much rooted in Irish Traditional Music. …


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Geraldine MacGowan Band

Brian O'Connor - Somewhere Along The RoadSomewhere Along The Road: Alone for the breathtaking self composed Reels on track three, this album is worthwhile. The first album from the full Band, with and around Geraldine. Brian plays flutes and Whistles and composed all the Instrumentals on this album. Brian, ex Oisín member and son of the well known flautist Dessie O'Connor, this firework in ornamentation and stylistic individualism flows beautifully into the traditional …


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Colin Goldie Whistles

Brian O'Connor & Colin GoldieBrian plays Colin Goldie High and Low Whistles

The new Whistles from Colin Goldie are exceptional instruments, Colin can just about make anything sound good, drop by his homepage and find out more and if you have any desires on how you like a whistle to play and sound, as this varies from player to player, Colin is very happy to help out where he can.

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