Other Voices travelled from Kerry to Derry this year for the City of Culture 2013 celebrations.
Treating The Glassworks’ congregation to their musical delights over the weekend were Neil Hannon, Damien Dempsey, Savages, Soak, Marina & The Diamonds, Bronagh Gallagher, Jesca Hoop, Little Green Cars, Beth Orton, Daughter, James Yorkston and Little Bear.
This Wednesday RTE 2 will broadcast a special 2-hour programme with some of the highlights from the last 3 nights.
A snap shot of performances and interviews will be aired from 11pm to 1am featuring Damien Dempsey, Neil Hannon, Daughter, Savages, Beth Orton and Marina and The Diamonds. Be sure to tune in!
In the meantime, you can watch some of the music from Derry on the Other Voices Youtube channel - othervoiceslive
Derry was seen and heard across the world via Social Media and Online Streaming supported by BT Infinity. The pubs and bars in the city were a buzz with people coming out for the Music Trail to watch the Glassworks action all live to venues across the city.
Filming continues today at the Apprentice Boy’s Memorial Hall with the IMRO Other Room performances including Swords, Riptide Movement, Best Boy Grip, George Ezra, Katharine Philippa and Ryan Vail.
Though the lights in The Glassworks, Derry were dimmed for the final time last night, Other Voices takes flight again in April when it moves on to London at Wilton’s Music Hall. Produced in association with the Barbican this will complete the triangle and is sure to underline the strong music and cultural links North, South, East and West across these islands.
Other Voices is supported by Culture Company 2013 Ltd, The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure Northern Ireland, the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Ireland, Arts Council England, British Council, BT, RTÉ, Tourism Ireland, and IMRO.