Traditional Irish Music Workshops at Leinster Fleadh Cheoil 2014

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Traditional Irish Music Workshops at Leinster Fleadh Cheoil 2014

Time: July 9, 2014 from 11am to 4pm
Location: Moate Community School
Street: Church Street
City/Town: Moate
Website or Map: http://www.leinsterfleadh.ie
Event Type: workshops
Organized By: Enda Seery
Latest Activity: Jun 24, 2014

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MUSIC WORKSHOPS AT THIS YEAR'S LEINSTER FLEADH CHEOIL WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, 9TH JULY IN MOATE COMMUNITY SCHOOL, CO. WESTMEATH COMMENCING AT 11AM SHARP AND FINISHING AT 4PM. (LUNCH 1-2PM AND THOSE TAKING PART IN WORKSHOPS SHOULD BRING A PACKED LUNCH)

 

 

Workshops will be held for the following instruments: whistle, flute, fiddle, banjo and button accordion.

 

 TUTORS: 

Brian Hughes whistle

Brian Hughes (Kildare): Whistle

Robert Harvey flute

Robert Harvey (Laois): Flute

Rhona Lynch fiddle

Rhona Lynch (Offaly): Fiddle

John Byrne banjo

John Byrne (Westmeath): Banjo

Sharon Connell accordion

Sharon Connell (Galway): Button Accordion

 

 

Anyone interested in taking part in the workshops MUST be up to jig and reel playing standard. (Intermediate and Advanced players)

 

A maximum of 8 people in each workshop.

 

Workshops cost €20 per person and it is advised to pre-book your place for the workshops.

 

FOR MORE INFO CONTACT WORKSHOPS CO-ORDINATOR ENDA SEERY ON 087-7924778 OR epseery@yahoo.ie 

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