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Colm Mac Con Iomaire

Colm Mac Con Iomaire
BIOGRAPHY
Colm is a Dublin native living in Wexford. He is a violinist, multi-instrumentalist and composer. His recent film score for the Irish feature film Roise & Frank won the 2022 Santa Barbara Audience Award. Colm writes for feature film, contemporary dance, animation and has also been writing music for Television and Theatre for a decade. His music has been part of David Attenbourgh’s Blue Planet, Sky Arts, Wild Ireland and animation shorts for Cartoon Saloon (Late Afternoon) which won the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival and Oscar shortlisted. Colm released his first solo instrumental Record – ‘The Hare’s Corner’ in 2008 to critical acclaim. The follow up Album ‘And Now The Weather’ was an Irish top Ten, he toured the record in USA, Australia and Europe. This third release “The River Holds Its Breath” was recorded with Bill Whelan and they performed the album together where it was recorded in Connemara at the Clifden Arts Festival. The album was performed live in NYC and toured in Ireland to sell out venues. The planned shows in 2020/1 were postponed. His music draws on a wide range of styles and influences ranging from Classical to traditional though his music has a unique sound all of its own. He is a founding member of Kila and the internationally acclaimed The Frames, who have toured extensively to sell out shows around the world. The band celebrated 32 years of music in May in Dublin. Colm lives in Wexford with his family. The landscape and country life lends itself very well to Colm’s creative life. Colm tours as a composer with a full band and also a solo artist.

CONCERTS BY Colm Mac Con Iomaire

Bláth na hÓige with Síle Denvir and Colm Mac an Iomaire

Bláth na hÓige is an exciting new song collaboration featuring some of Ireland’s best young...