Len’s early recordings can now be reheard.
Many of Len’s early recordings with Claddagh Records are now available to Stream on Spotify and other services. Some recordings, released almost 50 years ago have been made available after Claddagh’s agreement with Universal Records. Among the records in the catalogue are the very first Claddagh album, Leo Rowsome’s Rí na bPíobairí (1959), fiddle-player Seán…Read More
‘Children’s Songs From Around The Celtic World’ on Boston’s GBH – listen in.
Broadcaster Brian O’Donovan has aired a special show on Boston’s GBH, entitled ‘Children’s Songs Around the Celtic World’. You can listen again on GBH’s website. The programme features many tracks from ‘When I Was Young: Children’s Songs from Ireland’ which Len recorded with Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin and Garry Ó Briain. Enjoy the show!Read More
Belfast Song Gathering 2020 at An Droichead
BelfastTrad and An Droichead will be presenting a concert at At Droichead Arts Centre on 7 February. ‘The Belfast Song Gathering Concert’ will begin at 8pm. Performing as part of this unique concert are Len, Rosie Stewart, Glórthaí Uladh, Feilimí O’Connor and Diane Cannon. A superb night of singing is promised. Tickets for the Song…Read More
A Celebration of Ciaran Carson, Lyric Theatre
Len is honoured to be a part of the celebration of the life of Ciaran Carson, a friend and renowned poet. A panel of speakers, writers and musicians as well as Ciaran and his family will take part in the event on Monday 9th December night and harpist Úna Monaghan will play her interpretation of…Read More
Len to give concert in Ballymoney Town Hall with The Girona Community Orchestra.
As part of the exhibition programme on the life of folklorist Sam Henry at Coleraine Museum, The Girona Community Orchestra are hosting a special concert with Len on Friday 1st November in Ballymoney Town Hall. Tickets are free but spaces are limited so contact Museum Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 028 2766 0230 for more details.Read More
Len featured on NPR’s The Thistle & Shamrock.
You can listen again to Len’s interview with NPR’s Fiona Ritchie. Len is no stranger to The Thistle & Shamrock, NPR’s flagship folk music programme, and was intereviewed by Fiona during Traditional Song Week at the Swannanoa Gathering in North Carolina. To listen again, visit NPR Online.Read More
Muldoon’s Picnic – poetry, prose and music hosted by Paul Muldoon
Len will be performing on the first night of ‘Muldoon’s Picnic’, Paul Muldoon‘s Irish tour of prose, poetry and music. Hosted by Paul, Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, Len, Wendy Erskine and Duke Special will discuss and perform poetry and music at the Hawkswell Theatre, Sligo Friday 2nd August. You can find out about this and other…Read More
An Góilín 40th Anniversary concert
Len will be performing in the first of a series of singing sessions celebrating the 40th anniversary of weekly singing circle, An Góilín Traditional Singer’s Club. Taking part on Friday 8th March at The Teachers’ Club, Parnell Square, the night will also feature Landless, Tim Dennehy, Luke Cheevers, Máire Ní Choilm and Niamh Parsons. “Anyone…Read More
The Heights review of Len and Brian’s performance at Boston College.
Caroline McCormack of The Heights has written a review of Len and Brian’s performance at Boston College’s Theology and Ministry Library. You can read Caroline’s review at The Heights, or below: During their performance in the Theology and Ministry Library, Len Graham and Brian Ó hAirt transported the audience to a different time and era…Read More
Len Graham and Brian Ó hAirt at Lewis Arts Center, Princeton
On Friday, October 14 2016, Len Graham and Brian Ó hAirt perform “The Road Taken: Songs, Music and Dance from the Irish Tradition” at 4:30 p.m. in Taplin Auditorium at Fine Hall on Princeton University’s campus. The show will feature sean-nós singing in English and Irish, as well as dance music on concertina, accordion, whistle,…Read More