Donnelly's Arm - Niamh Ní Charra

Donnelly's Arm | 2020

“Trad Album of the Year 2021”,
Alex Monaghan, reviewer for The Living Tradition, Irish Music Magazine and Folkworld, 12/2021

“This album is a pleasure from start to finish – great tunes and great playing; full of life, emotion and that extra little something that makes the music sparkle.“
The Living Tradition, 03/21

“Ní Charra is a superb, multi-dimensional musician, but she also has the sort of outstanding taste and reach that can really take a recording project and tie it together.  The results here are a total knockout!”
Irish Echo

“Ms Ní Charra has perfected the art of the medley, mixing and matching styles and rhythms in a single set, constantly adding little surprises… One of the best albums of 2021 so far!”

Cuz - Niamh Ní Charra

Cuz | 2013

Chicago Irish American News

“ a lovingly rendered portrait of a man and his legacy…”
Boston Irish Reporter

“Everything about this album is heartfelt and well researched. It is impeccably presented, brilliantly performed and tells a compelling story about music and community – it’s a winner”.
Irish Echo

“Niamh Ní Charra’s beautifully rough-hewn collection celebrates Sliabh Luachra’s bounties with chutzpah”.
Siobhán Long, The Irish Times

Happy Out - Niamh Ní Charra

Súgach Sámh / Happy Out | 2010

“She serves up a banquet of great concertina, talented fiddle and the loveliest vocals.”
Jack Baker, Piping It In, Irish American News

“A startlingly mature collection…that further sculpts her musical identity with both grace and danger… A wonderful, unforced further step into the limelight.”
Siobhán Long, The Irish Times (4 Stars)

“Happy Out could well be one of the best albums of 2010, so don’t miss it.”
Living Tradition Magazine

From Both Sides - Niamh Ní Charra

Súgach Sámh / Happy Out | 2007

“Major debut album from Riverdance fiddle/concertina player (& top musician chums). Eclectic trad and original tunes, played with exquisite virtuosity, heart and charm.”

“Ní Charra’s facility with everything from 19th-century Italian composer Giulio Regondi’s Allegretto No 4 to a glorious set of Sliabh Luachra slides reflect a musician at home with music of any hue”.
Siobhán Long, The Irish Times

“The aptly named From Both Sides reveals a wonderfully sensitive player of airs (on both instruments), a sprightly interpreter of itinerant harper Carolan’s music, someone innately capable of rendering the jauntiness of hornpipes and a marvelously dextrous player of her county’s pet tunes…”
Froots Magazine

“This is quite simply, ground breaking. This is master-classmusicianship, and legend in the making… ”
Folk Radio UK

“From Both Sides is a wonderful musical experiment, and the results are more explosive than you could imagine.”
The Irish World