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DAVID POWER is a member of groups Masters of Tradition and Pipers Union. He performed in the off-Broadway Love's Pure Light, recorded music for the Irish Repertory Theatre's The Field and was a cast member and musician in the Broadway production of Eugene O'Neills A Touch of the Poet. He has three critically acclaimed solo recordings: My Love Is in America, Cuaichín Ghleann Neifin and The Eighteen Moloney (2014). He has performed with poets Michael Davitt, Kerry Hardie, Seamus Heaney, Dermot Bolger and Robert Pinsky. He worked with accordionist Tony MacMahon, writer Dermot Bolger and director John Comisky to develop a show called The Frost Is All Over. He regularly performs with fiddle player Martin Hayes. He collaborated in a project for stage with Kerry Hardie and Olivia O'Leary called To Find a Heathen Place and Sound a Bell, which had its debut at the Kilkenny Arts festival.  David's most recent work includes a newly-commissioned show for Music Network called Edges of Light and a collaboration with early music group Camerata Kilkenny called The Piper and the Faerie Queen.

MALCOLM PROUD won first prize at the Edinburgh International Harpsichord Competition in 1982. He has performed at all the major Irish festivals and has toured Finland, Denmark, Holland, the UK, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, the USA, Japan, Canada, Estonia, Latvia, Belgium, Austria and Portugal. In 2016 he gave harpsichord recitals at the National Concert Hall in Dublin, at Fenton House in London playing the Queens 1612 Ruckers, at the Cobbe Collection of Historical Keyboard Instruments in Hatchlands, Surrey, and at Handel/Hendrix House in London. Malcolm is organist of St Canices Cathedral in Kilkenny. His CD of Bach's Clavierübung III, recorded on the Metzler organ at Stein am Rhein in Switzerland, was released in 2008 on the Maya Recordings label. He has performed on many historic organs such as the 15th-century instrument in Valère-Sion in Switzerland, the 1565 Antegnati in Mantua, the 1610 Compenius in Frederiksborg in Denmark and the 1766 Riepp in Ottobeuren in Germany. In the USA he has performed in Boston and Charlottesville. In 2010 Malcolm Proud played Bach's Brandenburg Concertos with Sir John Eliot Gardiner's English Baroque Soloists at the London Proms and at the Schleswig-Holstein Festival. He has recorded Bach's 5th Brandenburg Concerto with both the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and the English Baroque Soloists. In 2016, with Camerata Kilkenny and uilleann piper David Power, he toured a programme entitled The Piper and the Faerie Queen throughout Ireland. In 2018 they will tour with this programme in Belgium, Finland and Germany. In May 2017 David Power and Malcolm Proud gave a recital at the St Paul's Church in Athens.

William Byrd (1543-1623)

The Trumpetts, The Irishe Marche, The Bagpipe and the Drone

Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738)

O'Carolan's Concerto

Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

Round O

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

from Bassoon Concerto, KV191 (1774)

- II. Andante ma Adagio

Allegro and Andante in F minor for a Mechanical Organ, KV608 (1791)

Arr. Kevin Volans (b. 1949)

Umzi watsha (Zulu children's song)


Bean dubh a' ghleanna

Edward Keating Hyland (1780-1845)

The Fox Chase

Claude Balbastre (1727-1799)

Marche des Marseillois (Marseillaise) et L'air Ça-ira (1792)


The Downfall of Paris

Jean-Marie Leclair (1697-1764)

from Scylla et Glaucus (1746)

- Musette and Menuet

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)

from Messiah (1742)

- Pifa