The Village Arts Centre, Kilworth is delighted to welcome on Friday, October 2nd, Bulgarian group – The Zetadâm Trio in what is expected to be a really exciting concert. These are three amazing musicians who feature accordion, clarinet and gadulka (an unusual string instrument).

This performance opens one of the many doors to human emotions, through the complicity of three talented musicians. Six hands, six ears, three open hearts, melodies from their souls, an obvious crossbreeding. Their appetite for senses has led their way in dusty nomad processions, Anatolian fields, Bulgarian villages or Festivals in Brazil.


The trio is made up of Joseph Detailleur (accordion) who has a passion for traditional music and music related to dance, moreover the ones from Romania, Bulgaria – the Balkan countries in general.

Pauline Willerval plays gadulka, a Bulgarian string instrument. Now based in Istanbul, she develops her skills playing other traditional repertoires with a number of different bands and groups.

Dylan Gully plays clarinet. Dylan feeds his music with trips and collaborations in different countries and with different groups.

Certainly different and a date to note in your diary – Friday, October 2nd. Tickets will be just €12/10 with booking at the usual outlets or call 087-6492514.