Welcome to my website, which has information about myself, my songs and recordings. And to get us started here’s a mix of a few youtube videos of mine if you’d like to hear what I sound like. More videos and playlists are on the individual album pages or by clicking the Youtube button above. You can also connect with FB and Twitter, have a look at some photos, Subscribe to the Newsletter, see the reviews, buy the albums, see upcoming concerts and buy tickets.
The latest release is a digital album called Whorls It’s 15 selected poems by W. B. Yeats (1865-1939) sung and set to music by myself including some translations to Irish by Gabriel Rosenstock. Visit the album page here or listen, buy and share directly from this player.
Amhráin Nua i nGaeilge – New Songs in Irish is the latest album and can be listened to, along with reading reviews and translations on it’s album page or bought here
You can buy Cds and downloads direct from Bandcamp by clicking here or from the Album Page but Oxygen 21 is only available in in digital format now.
And the best way to keep informed about my songs and performances is by subscribing to the mailing list by clicking subscribe above.
And If you’d like to know, here’s a bit more about myself. (Tuile thíos maidir liom féin)
Tuile Faoi Enda Reilly
Is amhránaí, giotaraí agus cumadóir amhráin as Tamhlacht BÁC, é Enda Reilly. I measc a tinscadal ná na halbaim Amhráin Nua i nGaeilge, a Cheardlanna Amhráin Athrú Aeráide agus Arise And Go!i gcomhar leis an bhfile Stephen James Smith. Tá tionlacan cumtha aige mar chuid de Guthanna Síoraí, dráma filíochta a thóg chuig an Ind agus Tokyo é agus tá tionlacan chuirthe aige le saothar filí Eireannacha i gcomhar le IMRAM.
Tá a Cheardlanna Amhráin Athrú Aeráide á chur i láthair aige le 6 bliana anuas i gcúige laigheann ina bhaineann sé leas as a gcéim i ngeolaíocht agus na hamhráin ata scrite aige ar an téama sin.
Bhí an bua ag Enda sa Christie Hennessy Song competition, i gcomórtas Amhráin Rónán Beo @3 agus chan sé a chuid amhráin i ngaeilge ag comórtasaí mionteangacha freisin.
Sheinn sé ceolchoirmmeacha in éineacht le John Spillane, Kila, Liam Ó Maonlaí, Rónán O Snodaigh agus John Prine agus chan sé leis an Ceolfhoireann Náisiúnta RTÉ i rith an oíche cultúrtha 2015. d’eisigh sé a halbaim is déanaí Whorls, le déanaí. Is bailiúchán dánta WB Yeats atá ann le roinnt aistriúcháin le Gabriel Rosenstock. Freisin tá sé amhráin scrite aige le Aoife Scott atá ar a albaim úr Carry The Day.
More About Enda Reilly
Enda Reilly is a singer, guitarist and songwriter from Dublin whose projects include New Songs In Irish Amhráin Nua i nGaeilge, his Climate Change Songs Workshops, Arise and Go! a collaboration with poet Stephen James Smith. He has also written music as part of a poetic play, Everlasting Voices which has taken him to India and Japan and worked with many Irish language poets through IMRAM.
He has been facilitating his Climate Change Songs Workshops in schools and libraries for the last 6 years in the greater Dublin area. These are based on his songs about Climate Change and his love of science which he has never lost since getting his degree in Geology from UCD.
Enda is a former winner of the Christie Hennessy Song Competition, Comórtas Amhráin Rónán Beo @3 and has represented Ireland with songs in minority language song competitions.
He has played concerts with John Spillane, Kila, Liam O Maonlai, Rónán O Snodaigh and John Prine amongst others and sang with The RTE concert Orchestra on Culture Night last year. He has recently released his latest album, Whorls, a selection of WB Yeats’s poetry set to music and is delighted to have co-written 6 songs with Aoife Scott for her debut album “Carry The Day”.
Click on Enda's guitar to read the blog!