Renowned composer, producer and
arranger Bill Whelan has worked extensively in theatre, film and
television. His grammy winning album of music for Riverdance
The Show is certified Platinum in the US, Ireland and Australia. His
orchestral work, The Seville
Suite was specially commissioned for
Expo ’92. The Spirit Of Mayo, was first performed in 1993 by and
85-piece orchestra in Dublin’s National Concert Hall. As a producer
he has worked with U2, Van Morrison, Kate Bush, Richard Harris, The
Dubliners, Planxty, Andy Irvine, Patrick Street, Stockton’s Wing,
Davy Spillane and Bulgarian/Irish band, East
Wind. His recently completed
trilogy of pieces for chamber orchestra: Inishlacken, Carna and Errisbeg
are included on his latest CD, "The
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