Lisa's career encompasses theatre, film, television, radio, and live performances, touring both as a member of the ensemble, Celtic Woman, and as a solo artist. Following the successful release of her debut solo album, ‘Hiding Away’, in 2015, Lisa is about to release her second album 'Juniper’ in the autumn of 2019.
Described by Hot Press as “Essential listening for trad aficionados”, No Crows is a dynamic folk orchestra from the multicultural melting pot of Sligo’s music scene. No Crows’ growing output of original material reflects its diverse musical roots, from Irish traditional to Latin rumba, classical, jazz, rock and Balkan music. The group is due to release their sixth album in August 2019, celebrating fourteen years of its musical journey. The band has played many festivals including Glastonbury, Doolin Folk Festival and Baltimore Fiddle Fair. They have a history of musical collaborations. Their third CD NoCrows on the Moon featured performances from special guests including Sharon Shannon, jazz drummer David Lyttle, Greek Oud player Haig Yazdjan and French singer Cali.
Martin Tourish is a Dublin-based accordionist, composer and producer originally from Co. Donegal. He has been named “Young Musician of the Year” by TG4 and in 2014, Martin was awarded a PhD for his research into style in Irish traditional music. Shortly after, he became a member of Altan, with whom he performs internationally. That same year saw the release of his critically-acclaimed solo album Under A Red Sky Night. In recent years, Martin has recorded film music for Naxos with The National Symphony Orchestra and played venues such as The Royal Albert Hall with The Chieftains and The Grand Ole Opry with Altan. As a composer, his works have been performed by Altan, Triona Marshall, The Contempo Quartet, Martin Hayes, Paddy Moloney, Seamus Begley, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, the CYO and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.
Dublin-native Mark Geary is a celebrated musician who began his career honing his skills in New York City’ East Village.
He performed regularly at the renowned Sin-é cafe with other artists including friend Jeff Buckley.
Mark is described as a “quintessential singer-songwriter”, evoking comparisons to artists such as Van Morrison, John Lennon, Elliot Smith and Richard Thompson. Over the last 20 years Mark has toured throughout Europe, the US and Australia, and has shared the stage with performers such as The Swell Season, Glen Hansard, The Frames, Josh Ritter, Bell X1, Coldplay, Elvis Costello, The Pretenders and Joe Strummer.