Sinead Hanlon
  • Female
  • Dublin
  • Ireland
Share on Facebook
Share
  • Featured Blog Posts & News
  • Discussions (2)
  • Events
  • Groups
  • TradConnect Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Sinead Hanlon's Friends

  • Siobhan Donnellan
  • Paul McNevin
  • professor moriarty

Sinead Hanlon's Discussions

Slow sessions in London

Started this discussion. Last reply by professor moriarty Oct 19, 2013. 11 Replies

Hi,This is probably a long shot but does anyone know of slow sessions in London?I played tinwhistle and accordion when I was younger and now wish to get back into playing here in London.I noticed the…Continue

Gifts Received

Gift

Sinead Hanlon has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift

 

Sinead Hanlon's Page

Latest Activity

professor moriarty replied to Sinead Hanlon's discussion Slow sessions in London
"i do have a phone no  london 02072816736 this a slow session london is all fast sessions this is the only one  that plays at a moderate pace the session is famous for making people very welcome i have an answering machine servic moriarty…"
Oct 18, 2013
professor moriarty left a comment for Sinead Hanlon
"the pace of the music is extremly important utube have wild horses playing irish music have alook at oliver st gogartys session in dublin its beyond belief the tune comes to  a state where you dont know what they are playig mick o connor plays…"
Oct 15, 2013
Sinead Hanlon is now friends with professor moriarty and Siobhan Donnellan
Oct 15, 2013
Sinead Hanlon replied to Sinead Hanlon's discussion Slow sessions in London
"Hello, Thanks a million for all the responses. I've sent out a few emails/Facebook messages to see what the craic is. I think the Archway may be the only choice based on all the replies. Is there a set-list for this session? or would someone…"
Oct 14, 2013
Matt Early replied to Sinead Hanlon's discussion Slow sessions in London
"I seem to have stumbled on a contentious issue...I don't have any problem with people playing fast- I used to play in Hughes' in Dublin as a young fella, and the pace (being largely Donegal) was extremely fast. In a country where…"
Oct 14, 2013
Matt Early replied to Sinead Hanlon's discussion Slow sessions in London
"Fair play to you for asking Sinead...For some reason, most London sessions seem to go at a serious clip. I play fiddle Clare style, and seriously miss playing tunes at a speed you can hear them and improvise properly ...I'd be up for it. Let us…"
Oct 11, 2013
professor moriarty replied to Sinead Hanlon's discussion Slow sessions in London
"there is a famous slow session in the magnet pub archway sadly its been sold it is on next friday"
Oct 2, 2013
professor moriarty replied to Sinead Hanlon's discussion Slow sessions in London
Oct 2, 2013
John Brebner replied to Sinead Hanlon's discussion Slow sessions in London
"Hi Sinead I'm not aware of any slow Irish sessions in S. West london but the Wimbledon Irish Centre has a session  - the last Friday every month, it was mixed ability and friendly the last time I went. They also list a trad music class but…"
Sep 29, 2013
Tony Lawless replied to Sinead Hanlon's discussion Slow sessions in London
"Hi Sinead We post a blog that Karen Ryan does so check it out as well as her website. She lists more sessions there and would gladly respond to an email, although she is busy with Return To Camden at the…"
Sep 27, 2013
Sinead Hanlon posted a discussion

Slow sessions in London

Hi,This is probably a long shot but does anyone know of slow sessions in London?I played tinwhistle and accordion when I was younger and now wish to get back into playing here in London.I noticed the list of Irish pubs with sessions on this site,I'm specifically looking for slow sessions to start off.I've tried contacting Comhaltas reps in London,no response yet though.Any info or suggestions would be great,even a contact for lessons.Location wise,I live in south west London, within…See More
Sep 27, 2013
Tony Lawless left a comment for Sinead Hanlon
"Hi, Welcome to the site and thanks for joining. We are trying to encourage new members to upload a profile photo or avatar. If you could it would be great. Much better than being blue. Attached is your welcome message Enjoy the site and tell all…"
Jan 21, 2012
Sinead Hanlon is now a member of TradConnect
Jan 21, 2012

Profile Information

Town
Grosvenor Park
Your County or State
Dublin
What Instrument ( inc Voice ) Do You Play ?
Piano Accordian
What level are you at ?
Intermediate Level 1 (1-5 years)

Comment Wall (2 comments)

You need to be a member of TradConnect to add comments!

Join TradConnect

At 15:43 on October 15, 2013, professor moriarty said…

the pace of the music is extremly important utube have wild horses playing irish music have alook at oliver st gogartys session in dublin its beyond belief the tune comes to  a state where you dont know what they are playig mick o connor plays bango in london at a beautiful pace he knows been playing all his life

At 22:50 on January 21, 2012, Tony Lawless said…

Hi,


Welcome to the site and thanks for joining. We are trying to encourage new members to upload a profile photo or avatar. If you could it would be great. Much better than being blue.

Attached is your welcome message

Enjoy the site and tell all your friends.


Tony Lawless

 
 
 

© 2017   Created by Tony Lawless.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service