10月16日 Sunday 星期日
秀动SHOWSTART 呈现 Presents:
爱尔兰凯尔特民谣名伶CARA DILLON 2016中国巡演
Irish Celtic folk CARA DILLON 2016 China tour
英国BBC最佳专辑获奖者、爱尔兰国宝级民谣歌手Cara Dillon,曾以一首《Craigie Hill》（克雷吉山） 感动整个爱尔兰。她的音乐不需要聒噪的形式来哗众取宠，也不需要复杂的现代器乐，简单的钢琴、吉他、小提琴以及富有特色的爱尔兰风笛，伴随她特有的细腻轻柔的女声，仿佛让我置身于爱尔兰广袤、纯净的蓝天下，静静享受碧绿的青草与清凉的湖水带来的淳朴的芳香。
出生于爱尔兰传统音乐世家的Cara Dillon，声音清透美丽而极具风格。借鉴引入了多个民族音乐特有的元素，并融入自己天然的个性和感染的魅力，在歌曲中叙述一则则美妙的故事，更是其独特的创意。不论国界，不计较文化和语言的种类，无论你浮躁或烦闷，Cara Dillon的嗓音总会给你带来阳光般的温暖。用这样一句话来形容Cara Dillon不足为过：Cara Dillon是个不同寻常的天才！
Cara Dillon is an Irish folk singer. In 1995, she joined folk group Equation and signed a record deal with Warners Music Group. She collaborated with Sam Lakeman under the name Polar Star. In 2001, she released her first solo album titled Cara Dillon. The album contained traditional songs and original Dillon / Lakeman songs "Blue Mountain River" and "I Wish I Was". The opening track of the album is "Black is the Colour".
Her second album "Sweet Liberty" (2003) entered the Irish album charts and the UK indie album charts. Dillon received The Meteor Irish Music Award for Best Irish Female. Her third album, After the Morning, released 2006, had the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra playing on two tracks – "Garden Valley" and "The Snows They Melt The Soonest". Dillon released her fourth album in 2009 the award winning Hill of Thieves on her own label Charcoal Records. May 2014 saw the release of Cara's fifth album "A Thousand Hearts" on the Charcoal/Sony label. In 2003, Dillon performed at the Belfast Festival at Queen's Opening Ceremony with the Ulster Orchestra. In 2006 Dillon sang at the opening ceremony of the 2006 Ryder Cup in Ireland. In 2012, Dillon performed two concerts with the Ulster Orchestra. The song "Hill of Thieves" was voted by BBC listeners as one of the "Top 10" original songs to come out of Northern Ireland. She is the sister of Mary Dillon, formerly of Déanta. Dillon continues in 2012 to work with her husband Sam Lakeman who backs her on piano and guitar.
晚9点 // 200元（现场）/ 150元（预售 | 数量有限，售完即止）
Pm 9 // Rmb 200 (door) / 150 (presale | on a first-come-first-serve-basis)