Niwel Tsumbu and Éamonn Cagney have toured their explosive live show nationally and internationally throughout 2018 and into 2019 to huge acclaim.

Audiences have been absolutely enthralled with their performances and music on this latest tour, and their busy concert schedule has brought them to many selected venues and festivals both nationally and internationally.

The duo has been uplifting audiences for over a decade, and they have made many recordings and videos, with continuous appearances on national and international media.

Expect a highly engaging concert when they play The Village Arts Centre, Kilworth on Saturday, March 23. It promises to be both intimate and elaborate, a musical river whose sources range from classical to Central Africa, with pulsating rhythms, wild guitar solos and so much more. 

13 years ago Tsumbu and Cagney released their debut album ‘A Long Way/Nzela Molayi’, and have since throughout Europe, China and Congo, working with Glen Hansard, Baaba Maal, Liam Ó Maonlaí, Michéal Ó Suilleabháin, Afel Bocoum, Iarla Ó Lionáird (The Gloaming), Ma Xiaoue (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon), The Abbey Theatre and many others.

Niwel and Éamonn will play many selected concerts in Ireland and U.K. in 2019 and are delighted to include Kilworth in their schedule. 

“This duo has a cataclysm of moods and moves to share, unveiling a cavernous stash of redemptive music, and promise of much more to come” – Irish Times

Tickets are just €12.50 and are on sale at The Avondhu offices in Fermoy (025-32227) and Mitchelstown (025-24451).