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Niamh Dunne

Niamh Dunne is an accomplished fiddle player and singer, who is known for her unique traditional fiddle playing, her folk-infused fiddle compositions and smoky warm vocal style. She released her first album of self-penned songs Tides in 2022 to critical acclaim.

Niamh has performed with her family the well-known Dunne family for many years.

She has performed on the world stage as founding member of the renowned band Beoga. Beoga are best known for their Irish fusion music and 20 years touring and recording experience. Their album How to Tune a Fish was shortlisted for a Grammy nomination in the ‘Best contemporary world music album’ category. In 2017 their profile was elevated through their writing and performances on Ed Sheeran’s ÷ album. They made numerous appearances with Ed, including his headline Glastonbury performance, and were the support act on his 2018.

Niamh is a long-standing member of The Karan Casey Band and has recorded extensively with Casey.

Niamh has vast experience as a composer and has performed her own compositions and songs at the The Proms in the Park with the Ulster Orchestra, and with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra in the National Concert Hall, and has written with top Irish song writers including Stefanie Rainey, Foy Vance and Ryan McMullan.