Is amhránaí, giotaraí agus cumadóir amhráin as Tamhlacht BÁC, é Enda Reilly. Enda Reilly is a folk singer, songwriter and guitarist from Tallaght, Dublin.
Enda has a long history as a guitarist sharing the stage with Ireland’s finest Irish language poets and authors through IMRAM, The Irish Language Literature Festival. He has composed fitting musical soundscapes to poetry recitations by the likes of Ó Ríordán, Ó Direáin, Maude, Ó Muirthile, Jenkinson, de Paor among others. Enda has had many projects with and featuring the translations of Gabriel Rosenstock.
Having spoken Gaeilge (the Irish language) all his life, the need to add new songs to the Irish canon called him, resulting in the album Amhráin Nua i nGaeilge-New Songs in Irish which has gained extensive airplay on Irish radio.
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. Through Enda’s Climate Change Songs, his passion for science has come through to educate students all over Ireland, Scotland and as far as India, on this vital topic.