An evening of folk and traditional song with Pauline Scanlon. She will be joined by Gerry Paul (guitar) and Eamon Murray (Bodhran & percussion).

Hailing from Dingle in West Kerry, Irish Traditional singer Pauline Scanlon is set to perform in New Zealand this March, with three concerts lined up in Auckland, Whangarei and Kerikeri. Teaming up with Kiwi-Irish guitarist Gerry Paul (Gráda) and Eamon Murray (Beoga) on Bodhrán, Scanlon will present a mix of folk and traditional tunes in both English and Irish.

Having toured New Zealand before with the much-love Aotearoa band Trinity Roots and their Māori x Irish collaboration Motu::Oileáin,, Scanlon is back to share her heartfelt performances and unique voice with audiences in Whangarei. Scanlon, a unique talent and generous collaborator has captivated audiences across the globe on stages from Carnegie Hall to Glastonbury. As both a collaborator and solo artist, Pauline Scanlon brings complexity and integrity to songs with her distinctively delicate intensity. Ably assisted by Gerry Paul and Eamon Murray on this short tour of the North Island, this promises to be beautiful night of Irish song not to be missed.

This tour was made possible with the support of Culture Ireland

Pauline Scanlon – ONEONESIX