House of Hamill at the Irish Cultural Center
The Irish Cultural Center invites you to an afternoon of eclectic fiddle and original music with House of Hamill - Brian Buchanan (Enter the Haggis), and Rose Baldino (formerly Burning Bridget Cleary). This intimate, relaxed performance will include new fiddle tunes and unique original compositions, plus new life breathed into traditional and contemporary songs.
House of Hamill will perform on Sunday, March 3 at 3:00 pm at the ICC's Irish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub at 429 Morgan Road, West Springfield, MA. Drinks and light food from our menu will be available for purchase (not included in ticket cost).
Tickets are limited for this intimate event. Advance purchase is highly recommended. Cost is $20 for ICC Patrons / $24 for general public.
Seating is general admission. Please let us know if special seating is required. Food and drinks will be available for purchase before and during the show (not included in ticket cost). Table seating is first come, first served; seating is also available in attached function room, where some views may be restricted (tv screen also will broadcast show in this room).
About House of Hamill
In 2014, Brian joined Rose onstage at the Folk Alliance conference in Kansas City. The two performed with virtually no rehearsal for over an hour, and their connection was powerful and immediate. A few months later Brian moved from Canada to Philadelphia, and as a tribute to the first tune Rose ever taught to Brian, House of Hamill was born.
Brian and Rose are both accomplished traditional fiddle players and classical violinists, and have over 25 years of writing and performance experience between them. Together, they write unusual new fiddle tunes while also breathing new life into traditional and contemporary songs. Both are confident and unique lead vocalists, and the blend of their two voices in harmony is hypnotic and irresistible.
Whether House of Hamill is playing songs from their debut album "Wide Awake"(2016) or stomping through a set of original jigs and reels from their follow-up "March Through Storms"(2018), their chemistry onstage is always engaging and often hilarious. You'll leave with tired feet, a huge smile, and a new appreciation for the versatility of folk instruments in a modern context.
Irish Cultural Center: Irish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub (View)
429 Morgan Road
West Springfield, MA 01089
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|