Jack Warnock & Eimhér Mulholland / Music@ONE
Jack Warnock is a multi-instrumentalist/singer from Maghera, Co. Derry. As Guitar/Piano/Vocalist in the traditional groups Cóiriú and Meargánta, Jack has performed in the final of Siansa Gael Linn at the National Concert Hall, Dublin on multiple occasions, and at the Royal Albert Hall, London. He is part of The Doc Flock who appeared at the Celtic Colours International Festival in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in October 2016.Jackwon the An Ré Nua (Solo Singing) competition in the lead-up to Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann, 2013 in Derry and was placed 2nd in the 15-18 Accompaniment competition at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann, 2014.
Throughout his career, he has shared the stage with many fantastic musicians, playing support for We Banjo 3, Ulaid, Brendan Mulholland and more. Jack has also provided accompaniment for musicians such as Liz Doherty, Darren Breslin and Troy MacGillivray. He is currently studying Irish with Music at the Magee Campus of Ulster University, and in 2018 he was nominated for the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award.
Eimhéar Mulholland is from Magherafelt, Co. Derry and is currently studying Irish with Music in Ulster University, Magee. She has performed on many prestigious stages with her band ‘Cóiriú’ such as the Royal Albert Hall, London, the National Concert Hall, Dublin, at Celtic Colours, Canada with ‘the Doc Flock’ and performs regularly with her brothers as ‘The Mulholland Family’. She has travelled Ireland, Great Britain, Europe, and Finland as a performer and is a much sought after tutor, musician and singer. Eimhéar currently teaches accordion, tin whistle and singing across Mid-Ulster at Ceoltóirí Luraigh, Coalisland Clonoe Comhaltas and privately at home, and is a member of the National Folk Orchestra of Ireland.