Music Showcase

Glór: A Celebration of Irish Contemporary Music and Dance



A St. Patrick's Day celebration of contemporary Irish music showcasing the best of rising Irish Talent in L.A. The afternoon was  a collection of Irish music, culture and craic, just as St. Patrick intended

Venue: Liberate Yourself, 13323 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
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Triona O' Neill

Tríona is an Irish singer-songwriter whose sound draws together a blend of jazz, soul and folk. Tríona studied at the Cork School of Music where she sang Mozart by day and Joni Mitchell by night. Inspired by folk and trad melodies her music has taken her around the world as a performer, songwriter, and vocal coach.


Little One was released in aid of the National Maternity Hospital in Dublin on World Prematurity Day. The song was inspired by Tríona's nephew Conn who was born at just 25 weeks.


Hannah Crowley

"Hannah Crowley is a singer/songwriter and actor from Dublin, Ireland who currently resides in Los Angeles. Hannah moved to LA in 2017 where she has been performing regularly on the LA music scene. Hannah released her debut single ‘Scrolling’, followed by the song ‘Teeth in the Water’. Renowned music blogs including ‘Le Future Wave’ and ‘Come Here Floyd’ have praised Hannah’s songwriting as ‘mellifluously immersive’ with ‘memorable hooks’ and a ‘promising artist to watch out for’.

Hannah is also a keen actress and had a lead role in a two series hit Irish Television series “Damo and Ivor”, where she played the character of “Sarah-Jane”; the love interest in the series. Hannah was also in “Damo and Ivor: The Movie” which was the second highest grossing film in the Irish box office in 2018. Hannah also starred in the award winning film “Lift” as “Fiona” (2016) which is now available on Amazon. Hannah's music is available on all major streaming platforms. "


Hannah Crowley performs her own rendition of the Irish folk song I Know My Love.


Shelby Claire

Shelby graduated from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, where she received a BFA in Contemporary Dance Performance. She is a founding member of Wilder Project; a dance on film company. She has participated in many dance films, music videos and performed live in multiple productions in Boston, New York City and Los Angeles. She wrote and starred in “The Field,” which received a host of awards and accolades at the 27 film festivals that featured it around the world. Her goal as an artist is to continue to create, grow, entertain and educate, all in honor of her Dad, who always believed in her and supported her as an artist.

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Rua is a duo formed by Annaca and Tríona. The two met at a party in LA, instantly bonding over a love of red lippie and vintage wares. Both established solo artists with their own distinct styles, Annaca brings her soulful, dramatic, cinematic pop style to the duo - while Tríona takes the listener on a mystical, jazzy, folk-like journey. Together they join as Rua.

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