This is a song a robin sang
This morning on a broken tree
It was about the little fields
That call across the world to me.
Saturday November 11th, 2017 at 11am
The National Library, Kildare St.
Admission free on first come basis.
Speakers: John Quinn, Dr. Nerys Williams and Dr. Lucy Collins.
Also featuring the Dublin launch of The Orchard Keeper (Shearsman Books) by poet, Susan Connolly. She will read from her new sequence of poems about Francis Ledwidge.
Saturday November 11th, 2017 at 3.30pm
The Shaw Room, The National Gallery, Merrion Square.
Admission free by pre booked ticket.
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A Broken Tree will feature artists celebrating the life and work of the Slane poet Francis Ledwidge, killed at Ypres on July 31st 1917.
Rosemary Yore (speaker), Chair of the Ledwidge Museum and Centenary Committee.
Louise Martyn (soprano) & Annalisa Monticelli (pianist)
Over the Rim of the Moon (1919) – Michael Head
Desire in Spring (1918) – Ivor Gurney
Michael Holohan (composer/pianist), Hannah O’Brien (soprano) and Rebecca Draisey-Collishaw (oboe and cor anglais)
The Hills are Crying (2017) – Michael Holohan
Anúna feat. Breifne Holohan (guitar)
Will perform a selection of Ledwidge settings by the composer and the choir’s musical director Michael McGlynn.