Homebeat events are returning to the Unitarian Church in Dublin on January 23rd with live music from pianist Lubomyr Melnyk and alternative duo Idiot Songs.
An exciting marriage of venue and line-up (something Homebeat have become known for over the course of 2014), this month’s show at the Unitarian Church will showcase a pair of artists from varied, yet cohesively cast, takes on the classical and alternative music genres.
Composer and pianist Lubomyr Melnyk will bring his unique ‘continuous music’, wall of sound to the intimate surrounds of Dublin’s Unitarian Church. Incorporating Melnyk breathtaking ability to play 19.5 notes per second per hand, showcased in his 2013 album Corollaries (released via Erased Tape records), the sonic coupling of setting and performer will be sure to be a captivating experience for music fans of any genre.
Also performing on the night will be Idiot Songs (songwriter Pearse McGloughlin & multi-instrumentalist Justin Grounds). The duo have garnered considerable acclaim from appearances at Other Voices and their self-titled album.
Tickets to Homebeat presents: Lubomyr Melnyk & Idiot Songs live at the Unitarian Church on Friday, January 23rd are priced at are priced at €19.30 and are on available now via eventbrite.ie.
Doors are at 8pm, for more information visit the event’s Facebook page.
Click below to watch the trailer for Melnyk’s recent tour, where he speaks about his process and showcases his amazing talent. And listen to ‘Natasya’s Tears’ by Idiot Songs by clicking below also.