featured artist - Jacquelyn Hynes
"Outstanding flute playing" Folkand Roots
"Gifted and innovative flute-player" Irish in Britain
"Inventive flautist" Time Out (Critic's Choice)
"Fine music" The Times
"Transfixing playing" The Guardian
Jacquelyn has supported some of Ireland's leading musicians including Martin Hayes, Michael McGoldrick, Mary Coughlan and Lunasa, and performed in concert with Donal Lunny and for President Mary Macaleese.
She received an Arts Council England Awards for All for her Irish/World music project "Taraba" in 2007 and in 2008 was awarded the Katherine McGillivray "Get A Life Fund" to study on the Masters programme at The Irish World Academy, graduating this year.
In September she was a featured artist at the And'Art International Festival in Marrakech, Morocco, collaborating with traditional Gnawa musicians and urban hip hop artists from Casablanca, where her composition Lost In Marrakech was chosen to reflect the theme of the residency.
Performances include QEH, Barbican, London Irish Centre, Irish Cultural Centre, Haringey Irish Centre, House of Lords, Handel House, City Hall, Under One Sky Festival, Levellers Festival, Gollowan Festival, Glastonbury, Ealing Jazz Festival, Ardoyne Fleadh Belfast, British Consulate Delhi, Dubliner Oslo, Green Note Camden.
Her music has been broadcast by RTE and Clare FM. Her debut album "She Moves Through The Fair" is shortly to be released by Hobgoblin Records.