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Posted Thursday, March 10, 2005
Triantan is Gaelic for "Triangle", - three fine and powerful singers – Judy Pinder, Miguel Heatwole & Anthony Woolcott who sing Irish and Scottish songs that will raise the hairs on the back of your neck. They have a broad range of traditional and modern material, in English as well as Gaelic, weaving harmonies in the melodic, unaccompanied style which has become their trademark. Triantán grew out of the folk-singing sessions of Sydney and have been performing together since 1995. They sing for the pure joy of singing (although they have been known to accept the odd bit of financial incentive!)
Chloe & Jason Roweth combine strong original songs, old-style ballads and thoughtful arrangements of our beautiful, but lesser known Australian collected material in their repertoire. Their striking mix of older country and traditional styles, with a contemporary edge and relaxed delivery provides a captivating concert experience, distinctly Australian in character. They strive to maintain the tradition of Australian music, and to continue on in the same spirit while breaking new ground.