About Owen Ó Súilleabháin
Owen and Mícheál ‘Moley’ Ó Súilleabháin are brothers from one of Ireland’s most esteemed musical and artistic families. Singers, storytellers, poets, their vocal harmony and stories of life experience, mixed with a wild sense of humor, make you feel at ease, in awe, and entirely entertained.
They draw from a huge repertoire spanning thousands of years, embodying Ireland in song: Ireland’s oldest tradition, Celtic sean nós; Medieval Gregorian Chant from the Monastic period; Irish folk songs in English and Gaelic; original inspirational pop-songs, and even human beatbox and Irish rap!
The brothers have recorded and performed around the world with their mother, singer and theologian Rev. Nóirín Ní Riain Ph.D., in a trio called AMEN.
Their late father, Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin, renowned musicologist, composer and pianist, brought traditional Irish music and culture to the world stage and founded the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at the University of Limerick, an internationally recognized center of excellence in the arts. The lads proudly continue their parents’ legacy – bringing authentic Irish culture to audiences the world over.
Owen Ó Súilleabháin is a singer, composer, speaker and leadership coach. He believes in the power of art to awaken our most dynamic and creative forms into being. He draws on his experience in the performing arts, philosophy, Greek and Roman civilization, Peace Studies and the wisdom of Celtic culture to liberate creativity in individuals and organizations.
What to Expect
We are very excited to welcome you to the wonderful Constellations Community venue on Wednesday 16th November from 5:30 pm. Brooke and her team have been working tirelessly to make sure everything is perfect for your stay. We will gather in the main reception room and have some delicious food and drinks when you arrive. For the intro and Owen’s performance, we’ll move into a more intimate setting in the library.
To ensure everyone can enjoy the cultural experience with Celtic Musician and storyteller, Owen Ó’Súilleabháin we ask you to refrain from arriving during his performance which will take place between 6:20 pm and 7 pm.
After Owen’s performance, we invite you to stay and enjoy the company, food, and drinks. The event will officially finish at 7:30 pm.
There is a paid parking lot in between the building and the Auburn Avenue Research Library. Guests must park in a numbered space and to pay the central meter. There’s also metered parking along Auburn Ave in front of the building. Do note that there is a 4-hour maximum time limit, and Sundays are free. You can utilize the meter or the Parkmobile app to pay. The MARTA stops closest to us are Georgia State (0.3 miles) and Peachtree Center.
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