Music and Mother Nature: There must be something in the water
Susan Morrell enjoys a session-filled weekend in the Co Clare village of Corofin
‘I hope you’ve got your party piece,” says a local in the small music hall in Corofin. It’s a warm summer’s evening and I begin to sweat, the heat of the packed room amplified by my performance anxiety.
I am one of many squeezed into the local Teach Ceoil, awaiting one of the Co Clare village’s popular Thursday night concerts. Running every summer during July and August,...
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