Founder | Director
Dorothy's love of music began at an early age through a mix of classical music and jazz (Her mother was an opera singer and her father played the clarinet and saxophone), Regular visits to rehearsals and concerts, and later studies in music, language, financial advice and arts management paved the decision to enter music management.. A passion for high quality concerts and the representation of dynamic and charismatic musicians is always the goal for KenDu Music.
Dr Martin Alioth
Dr Martin AliothMartin is a foreign correspondent for Swiss, German & Austrian radio and newspapers. He reports on the political and economic affairs of the United Kingdom and Ireland. He studied general history and economics at the Universities of Basel and Salzburg. His PhD thesis focuses on Strasbourg in the 14th & 15th centuries. Martin offers a series of political talks and debates named 'fireside chats'. Currently 'Brexit' is a favourite topic!
Petrina & John Doherty
Rosemount Julianstown Garden
It was such a privilege to venture into your garden Dorothy and Martin. A Constable Painting was brought to light in front of us, as we crossed onto your Island on the Nanny. We utterly enjoyed the wild and cultivated area - and the dappled light and shade of the native mature willows. The trip across the Donkey bridge past the plum orchard and then after delightful tea Martin talked us through his exotic tree collection - my favourite being the Honey Lotus. But there are roses, hydrangea, agapanthus, poppies - herb garden, cottage garden and pathways. This garden is a gem and you as hosts it's crown jewels. Looking forward to our next visit.
Felicity & Eugene O'Kelly
Our visit to Rosemount was the high light of our visit to Co. Louth. We were delighted to meander in that green wonderland of water and trees and nature with Dorothy, we were surprised and delighted to hear Martin calling us for tea, we felt we were in Italy as we sat sipping and eating delicious crumble on the veranda having most interesting chats with our hosts and fellow guests. I think the highlight must be Martin's arboretum, what a privilege to be guided by Martin , the planter and designer, himself. I had no idea there were so many types of chestnut not to nention the other exotica. Both Dorothy and Martin were extremely generous with their time and knowledge. I hooe we will be able to visit Rosemount again soon.