Ceolchoirmeacha

11 Apr. 2009 by  
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 Festival Irlandays, Páras (Márta 2009)

 Geantraí (TG4, Márta 2009)

• North Texas Irish Folk Festival, Dallas (Márta 2009)

• Celtic Connections, Glaschú (Eanáir 2009)

 Irish Folk Festival, An Ghearmáin (Deireadh Fómhair/Samhain 2008)

• Richmond Folk Festival, Virginia (Deireadh Fómhair 2008)

• Icons Festival, Boston (Meán Fómhair 2008)

 Goderich Festival, Ceanada (Lúnasa 2008)

 ‘La Nuit Celte’, Caussade, An Fhrainc (Meitheamh 2008)

 St Patrick’s Day Celebration, Glór, Inis (Márta 2008)

 The Late Late Show (RTÉ , Deireadh Fómhair 2007)

 Áras an Uachtaráin (Deireadh Fómhair 2007)

 Japanese Tour (Meán Fómhair 2007)

 EBU Cork Folk Festival (Lúnasa 2007)

 Up for the Match (RTÉ, Lúnasa 2007)

 Milwaukee Irish Festival, Meiriceá (Lúnasa 2007)

 Feakle Irish Music Festival (Lúnasa 2007)

 Turas le The Chieftains, An tSeapáin (Meitheamh 2007)

 Turas le The Chieftains, Meiriceá (Earrach 2009)

 Árdán (TG4, Eanáir 2007)

 Debut Album Launch, The Village, Baile Atha Cliath (Meán Fómhair 2006)

 The World Fleadh, Ciarraí (Lúnasa 2006)

 The Rose of Tralee Festival, Ciarraí (Lúnasa 2006)

 Seoladh preas Féile Idircheilteach Lorient (Iúil 2005)

 Oireachtas na Gaeilge, Leitir Ceanainn (Bealtaine 2005)

 

Awards

6 Apr. 2009 by  
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Winners of the Lorient Interceltic Festival Celtic Band Competition

August 2005

The Lorient Interceltique is one of the biggest Celtic music festivals in the world. Numbered among a wide range of Celtic traditional music groups and Celtic vocal groups, Líadan performed a number of gigs in various venues around the city of Lorient, culminating in their winning of the much sought-after title of ‘Best Band’. This competition has recently been won by well established groups such as Téada and Danú.

Winners of the Pan Celtic Song Competition

April 2005

Irish traditional singing group, Líadan, took first prize in the ‘The Traditional Singing Group Competition’ at the 34th International Pan Celtic Festival held in the Tralee, Co. Kerry. Previous winners of the competition have included such international successes as Irish singing group, Clannad, and Scottish traditional group, Capercaillie.