Liminality Celtic Trio is delighted to be playing a relief concert for communities in East Gippsland affected by this summer’s bushfires and of course Covid 19.  The concert features an interview with Peter and Marg Down who survived the bushfires in January and a beautiful premiere of the song ‘Deeper’ by Barb McFarlane and the Vokallista Community Choir.

Bookings for the premiere of this show are now closed…but, the concert will be viewable after tonight for free on the www.gippsanglican.org.au website

To view tonight’s concert simply click on the link in the email you receive.

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Featuring original works, traditional arrangements and some of their most requested live plays.

Liminality is a three-piece Celtic Trio ensemble from Melbourne, Australia. Cath Connelly and Greg Hunt formed the duo in 1998 after a chance meeting at a St Patrick’s Day Festival in Melbourne.

Three albums followed: Song Line Thin Place and Invocation celebrate the music of the liminal space – connecting the listener with musical purity and simplicity. Angels We Have Heard offers a beautifully refreshing musical alternative for the celebration of Christmas.

In 2017 multi-instrumentalist Jules Vines joined and Liminality produced a fourth album, (their first as a trio)  RiverMead.

2019 the band has re-released Song Line Thin Place and are now proud to present some of their most requested tracks and original compositions on their latest compilation Brigid’s Mantle.

Available for download on the Green South Record Label, Greg, Cath, and Jules bring a vast and varied range of musical experiences to every performance and have impressive touring and recording resumes. Liminality is available for special concerts, festival appearances (incl. workshops) and regularly tour at home and abroad.

The appeal of Liminality stretches across generations,  and brings together people of many cultures who share a mutual connection to the essence of the spirit of music.