As part of the Well Festival of Arts & Wellbeing 2022, listen back
Waterford Healing Arts Trust’s wonderful team of Healing Sounds musicians flex their musical muscles during this week’s Well Festival of Arts & Wellbeing 2022, sharing daily interludes to lighten the February load.
Friday: Never Give Up! ‘Bambelela’ Our final postcard of the week features our full ensemble of Healing Sounds musicians with a catchy, upbeat African song to see you into the weekend. Click on the image or click here
Thursday: Today’s Healing Sounds Musical Postcard is an all strings affair, featuring Michelle Haberlin (fiddle) and Liam Kavanagh (viola) which their rendition of ‘Rainbow Over the Burren’. Click on the image or click here.
Wednesday: Today’s postcard features Liam Merriman, performing his version of Let Your Love Flow, a major hit for The Bellamy Brothers. As well as being a trained hospital musician and a Music and Health Trainer, Liam has had a successful performing and recording career over many decades and is well-known in music circles throughout Ireland and internationally. Click on the image or click here
Tuesday: Two fab trad tunes, courtesy of Eoin O Meachair: Mna na hEireann and The Flowers of Redhill. Click on the image or click here. Take a couple of minutes out of your day to chill out… and we’ll see you back here tomorrow!
Monday: Today it’s The Beatles classic Here Comes the Sun, featuring Alan Browne on lead vocal, with Liam Merriman, Eoin O Meachair, Michelle Haberlin and Liam Kavanagh.
Take 3 mins out of your day and enjoy… (click on the image or click here)
The Well Festival is presented by Waterford Healing Arts Trust, Garter Lane Arts Centre and Waterford City & County Libraries. The festival is kindly funded by the Arts Council, the HSE and Waterford City and County Council, with support from Sanofi. See www.wellwaterford.com