Date: 12 September
Title: Lismore Suite: The Prelude to Sounds From a Safe Harbour
Location: Lismore Castle
Tickets: €50** available here
**Not part of the festival ticket
The Prelude to Sounds From A Safe Harbour is a unique event, which takes place on the evening of September 12 at the end of a week-long residency period in the stately Lismore Castle, will include Bryce and Aaron Dessner (The National), Lisa Hannigan, members of internationally renowned new music group Crash Ensemble and virtuosic Canadian violinist, Yuki Numata Resnick.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see a once in a lifetime evening of collaboration between artists at their absolute creative peak.
Date: Friday 18 September
Location: Cork Opera House
Artist: Lisa Hannigan and Aaron Dessner (The National)
Support: This is the Kit
Tickets: Single ticket €25* available here
*Included in festival ticket €175
This is a very exciting collaboration for Sounds from a Safe Harbour as it encompasses the collaboration and international energy of the festival. Lisa Hannigan and Aaron Dessner will present an evening of new music they have created together, which promises to be an incredible evening of music making.
Date: Sat 19 September
Location: B11 Bonded Warehouse
Artist: Hosted by Dylan Haskins & Lisa Hannigan w/ special guests Aaron, Bryce & Jessica Dessner
Title: Soundings From A Safe Harbour
Tickets: €10* available here
*Not part of the festival ticket
After a string of sell-out shows and festival appearances in the UK and Ireland, Dylan Haskins and Lisa Hannigan’s live show-come-podcast ‘Soundings Holy Trinity’ joins forces with Sounds from a Safe Harbour to present: ‘Soundings from a Safe Harbour’.
Lisa Hannigan is a singer, songwriter, and musician who is well known to Cork audiences having played Cork Opera House and The Cave in recent years. She began her musical career as a member of Damien Rice’s band. Since beginning her solo career in 2007, she has released two albums: Sea Sew (2008) and Passenger (2011). Lisa’s music has received award nominations both in Ireland and the USA.