Reylta and Sinéad Ann

Artemis : Goddess of the hunt, the moon and the natural environment. The first show of our Goddess collection. An adventure into the divine feminine with Reylta and Sinead Ann two Galway folk musicians dedicated and entranced by the moon, sea and stars. Aesthictally inspired by Ancient Ireland, vintage style and the occult this night promises to be a sonic and visual dreamscape transcending you to the spiritual realm through haunting melodies, lucious string arrangements and choral harmonies.

Reylta is a folk singer songwriter from Galway, Ireland currently based in Dublin. Her music combines sweet & lamenting sounds coupled with a complex alternative view providing the ultimate juxtaposition. She is deeply connected with Irish traditions and heritage: the poetry, the music,

the landscape and the storytelling. These influences have nurtured a unique and haunting perspective, illuminated through poetic lyrics, luscious string arrangements and rich choral harmonies.

The recent BIMM music graduate (songwriting) has been performing with an 8 piece band since 2019. Relyta began writing when she was eleven, with her musical influences including Florence and the Machine, Damien Rice, and Hozier.

Reylta’s band is an essential component of her work. The artist composes pieces, and each player brings their unique style, creating unmatched synergy. The band size varies, with each member influencing the tone and emulating trad performers with a classic, melancholic folk pop vibe.

German-Irish singer songwriter Sinéad Ann evokes wistful, mystical music influenced by the misty landscapes of Ireland. Sinéad Ann’s music casts light uponthe shadows through juxtaposing, ethereal melodies. She was awarded the Irish Youth Music Awards BIMM Bursary in 2017. She went on to study a BA in Commercial Modern Music in BIMM Institute Dublin, graduating in 2021. Her career was elevated by her performance in Irish language duo Muirsiné alongside fellow musician Muireann Ní Bhaoill. Muirsiné won the GRETB award of Excellence and Achievement in 2016. Sinéad Ann released her debut single Lemonzest in October 2022. An invitation to perform at Celtic Connections January 2023 followed. Sinéad Ann performs as a solo artist and occasionally accompanied by herensemble including the Irish bouzouki and harp. More of her music will be released soon.

Running time 120mins with an Interval

Tickets: €17.50/€15.50

Boys’ School