It’ll be a magical hangover cure.
A trio of artists is creating a soothing sound bath experience in one of the city’s most atmospheric locations, St. Peter’s, next month.
Myles O’Reilly’s Ambient Pharmacy will see Myles and his fellow artists Simon O’Reilly and Gareth Quinn Redmond create a three-hour sound bath on Sunday, November 27th, inviting the public (hungover or not) to “wander in and out of as they wish”.
Admission is free and all are welcome.
It’s all part of Islander’s fifth iteration of their winter festival, Quiet Lights, taking place in venues across Cork City, from November 24th – 27th, 2022.
It has been a main priority of Quiet Lights to incorporate more ambient music into the programme, and Ambient Pharmacy is just the installation to finish a jam-packed three days of Irish and International folk, traditional, and experimental music, talks, and conversations.
“We’re finally back to a full festival this year after managing to host a fully live, but restricted, festival last year just before Covid restrictions were re-imposed,” said Festival Director Jonathan Pearson.
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“We’d like to welcome everyone back into some of Cork’s venues to witness the amazing musicians that we have coming to our little festival this year. We’re very proud of our line-up showcasing some of Ireland’s most exciting artists, as well as some international artists joining us from the US and Canada.
“We think there’s something for everyone and we’re looking forward to seeing you at a show.”
Check out quietlights.net for more.