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Music & Wine at Michelberger

By Michelberger Hotel
01/12/2019 - 19:00

Join us after RAW WINE for a cosy concert in our Michelberger Wine Bar. We’ll be serving our full wine list and a selection of small snack plates. The live music starts at 7pm with a DJ from 6pm. Entry is free.


Michelberger Wine Bar

We source wines from small producers, many of which we know personally. These winemakers and vine growers all share a deep care and understanding of the vineyards that they work with, reducing and in many cases totally avoiding use of chemicals. Our list is varied and eclectic, offering wines from upcoming and lesser known regions such as the Canary Islands, Greece and Eastern Europe alongside the iconic regions such as Burgundy, Piemonte and Bordeaux.

We serve a menu of bar snack plates every evening, which can be enjoyed as a pre-dinner snack or as a light dinner. From bowls of flavoured popcorn to toasties to cheese boards and small plates using seasonal produce. As in our restaurant, all our food is organic.


The Music

We’re very excited to be welcoming Dublin’s mesmerising trio Slow Moving Clouds back to the hotel! Bringing together their roots in the Irish and Nordic folk traditions with post-punk drones, baroque strings, and soaring falsetto vocals, they create an immersive, atmospheric sound. The band is made up of fiddle player Ultan O’Brien, Kevin Murphy who plays cello and sings, and Aki, who plays the nyckelharpa.
Aki and Kevin were with us at the PEOPLE festival last year, where they met and played with our very own Andy Benn who works in our restaurant. Andy recorded music for his debut EP with the band at the festival, which was produced by Jonas Verwijnen of Kaiku Studios.

On the 1st they’ll all be taking to our lobby stage, with a solo experimental cello set from Kevin, a full set from Slow Moving Clouds and then Andy will play with his friends and bandmates Mark and Martin…and Kevin and Ultan too.

Feel warmly welcome and hope to see you there!

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