Quentin Vestur is specialised in traditional music of Britany and Ireland, countries where he travels constantly. His interest in travel and encounters led him to other horizons that he does not hesitate to explore but with a full respect of the heritage and the style. This curiosity is expressed especially through an important technical research for which he is inspired by various instruments in the world. This led him to work with the luthier John Delorme who created for him an exceptional harp. He also play the Clarsach, an early Irish harp with metal strings. Through this approach, he aspires to forge a unique musical identity made of refinement, contrast and energy.
Minneapolis-born dancer, musician, dance historian, and educator, Danielle Enblom is first and foremost an Irish step dancer and sean-nós dancer, Danielle grew up dancing competitively in Irish dance and studying ballet and modern dance. She is influenced by her studies with dancers from many practices and paradigms, most notably Peggy McTeggart in Country Cork a direct component of the nineteenth century Cork dancing masters, and sean-nós, Cormac O’Shea of Dublin and the original Riverdance cast, and Kieran Jordan of Boston, MA. Danielle holds a Diploma in Traditional Irish Music from University County Cork and a MA in Ethnochoreology from the Tralee Institute of Technology.