“The students were incredibly wowed and even the other guests mentioned how inspiring Áine was!” ”
Hollie Joyce, Bellarine Secondary School
“Áine's pearls of Wisdom are now class cliches. We are all posibilitarians, we think of Community, We work with no boundaries. Áine came, she told her story, she sang her songs, she left everyone wanting more”
Stephen McEwan (ARIA Music Teacher of the Year Nominee), Bellarine Secondary School
Story is at the forefront for troubadour Áine Tyrrell whose rich songwriting practice draws deeply on her Irish roots. Her latest offering ‘Return to the Sea’ was written and recorded in her homeland but mastered and crowdfunded with one boot in the red dirt of her adopted country of Australia.
Mandy Nolan says : "I am hosting a Sunday Summer Soire... A FEW GOOD WOMEN with my dear friend Áine Tyrrell - its to help her raise $ to get her new album (recorded in Ireland) on the road. It's such beautiful work - it will be an awesome afternoon - comedy, dance, song and conversation - a really intimate experience with an amazing performer...Please buy a ticket, have an amazing afternoon and get this incredible woman's work on the road!!! Tix are for sale on my website now: mandynolan.com.au"
Join us in March 2019 as we celebrate thirty years of music and community. It will be an amazing and inspiring weekend for everyone and a special place to share a festival experience and authentic good times with your family and friends. A colourful celebration of original music, art, nature, community and diversity.
Come be part of the wondrous bubble that Nannup becomes over the Festival weekend!
“Both Young Artists and Students find her engaging, highly informative and entertaining.
Aine has a warmth and infectious enthusiasm that makes her an accessible mentor figure to young musicians and music students. Young musicians have commented on her clarity in presentation and her insights into the creative process. Áine’s workshops weave music composition, insights on creativity and life into a rich tapestry of storytelling and musical performance”
Tom Whittaker, Cape Byron Steiner School
“Working with Áine Tyrell as my mentor for the Big Sky Girls and Mullumfest Youth Mentorships was an insightful and rewarding experience. Áine’s knowledge of performance and stagecraft, matched with her welcoming and encouraging personality created the perfect atmosphere for me to express myself and learn from her extensive experience. It is clear when working with Aine that she puts her whole heart and soul into her craft and it is a truly inspiring”