The brothers Méabh and Tiarnán Smyth (violin, guitar and vocals) come from Armagh and grew up at the school of Armagh Pipers Club, a cultural reality that has made the history of traditional music in Northern Ireland. They were joined by the talented Mairéad Mitchell on the concertina and Eimhéar Mulholland on the accordion and the voice. The youngest musician in the group is Mialughain O Donnell, formerly a youth champion of Ireland in the transverse flute, coming from a family deeply imbued with popular music. All students, make the freshness and executive force their main talent, which has made them in a short time participate in important events such as Celtic Colors, the William Kennedy Piping Festival, Celtic Connections and Piping Live, making them perform before artists of great value like Lúnasa, Four Men and a Dog and Flook.
Training: Méabh Smyth – violin; Tiarnán Smyth – guitar and vocals; Mairéad Mitchell – concertina; Eimhéar Mulholland – organ and voice; Mialughain O Donnell – transverse flute.