Milwaukee Irish Fest Summer School

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Milwaukee Irish Fest Summer School

Time: August 11, 2014 at 5pm to August 15, 2014 at 1pm
Location: Milwaukee School of Engineering
Street: 1025 N. Broadway
City/Town: Milwaukee
Website or Map: http://irishfest.com/Summer-S…
Phone: 414-476-3378
Event Type: workshops
Organized By: Milwaukee Irish Fest Summer School
Latest Activity: Jul 17, 2014

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August 11 - 15, 2014

The Irish Fest Summer School features classes that showcase the rich culture, history and traditions of Ireland and Irish America, past and present. Come learn to play Irish fiddle, flute, tin whistle, guitar, harp, Celtic music styles and more from master musicians. Or take a discussion class and learn about Irish history, Irish language, and culture! Our Celtic arts classes offer hands-on learning for everyone!

Instructors include:

John Carty (Fiddle)

Fergal Scahill (Fiddle Improv and Variations)

John Doyle (Guitar and Ballad Sessions classes)

Enda Scahill (Tenor Banjo) 

Nuala Kennedy (Flute and Whistle classes)

Grant Taylor (Sugan Weaving and Leather Tooling)

Eamon Murray (Bodhran)

Martin Howley (Mandolin, of the band We Banjo 3)

Tony Ryan (Set Dance)

Edwina Guckian (Sean-nos Dance)

Grainne Holland (Sean-nos Song and Intermediate Irish Language classes)

Julianne Donlon (Celtic Spirituality: Funeral Customs) 

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