banner-image

Second Season of the ICC Culture Hotline features Irish Heritage Bursary Recipients

Season Two of the Irish Cultural Centre’s “Culture Hotline” is the latest collaboration between the Hammersmith Centre and Irish Heritage.

From now until mid-December people who phone into the “hotline” can enjoy a series of recitals by a selection of Irish Heritage bursary recipients and friends.

The recitals which are part of the performing arts charity’s Outreach Programme, feature the recipients of the organisation’s bursary for performance from the past three years: pianist Adam Heron, flautist Amy Gillen and violinist Mollie Wrafter among other talented young musicians and singers.

30th September Justine Gormley (Piano)
21st October Ellen Mahwinney (Soprano)
28th October Tara Viscardi (Harp)
11th November Mollie Wrafter (Violin)
25th November Adam Heron (Piano)
9th December Amy Gillen (Flute)
15th December Conall O’Neill (Bass)

The recitals are available every second Wednesday afternoon and start at 2.00pm (UK time). Each virtual recital lasts 45 minutes and is easy to access from anywhere in the world by calling 020 3443 9152 from the UK or 0800 031 5925 (toll-free) from the rest of the world and using Conference ID: 135 144 590#.

Commenting on the collaboration, Patrick Lennon, Chairman of Irish Heritage said, “We are pleased to work with our friends at the ICC again and provide these talented performers with a valuable opportunity to showcase their talents and bring the joy of live music to people who are unable to experience it at present.”

Caption: Mollie Wrafter, Justine Gormley and Ellen Mawhinney will give recitals in the “Culture Hotline” series.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA