Traditional Irish Music
‘Irish Music Teachers’ is a new premium resource on Tradconnect for music teachers across the globe. Within it we will profile in detail members who are involved in passing on this tradition to the next generation of young musicians. Each teacher profile will include specially written content and will be featured extensively on Tradconnect, our social media channels and within our newsletter.
Within each profile there is also the opportunity to highlight your own albums and projects as we integrate them into your profile. This profile can be shared on Facebook and Twitter and the public can search by map, instrument, country or region.
Tradconnect now receives up to 1,000 visitors each day and streams over 400 hours of music to over 140,000 people that visit our pages every year. We have also distributed over 50,000 digital tracks on behalf of artists to 120+ radio stations that we have partnered with, through our Download Centre
This resource will be formally launched in 2018.
To join, log into your Tradconnect account and press the JOIN button and we will contact you. If you are not a member of Tradconnect yet you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest Activity: Sep 10, 2017
Searching for Music Teachers
This guide to Irish Music Teachers will include profiles of teachers in Ireland, UK, North America and elsewhere. We have just gone live in January 2018 and will launch formally later in the year. If you would like to participate you can email us at email@example.com or log into your Tradconnect account and request to join.
We are looking for a number of sponsors who may like to have their company and brand associated with this music resource. Your services will be featured in this location with links to your home page. If you would like to participate then please contact us.
There are 3 ways to find teachers in your area.
1. Scroll through individual teachers below or by following this link.
2. View a List by Country/County/Instrument. Follow this link.
3. Search by Map
You can search for a teacher near you by simply clicking on the Google Map below. To ‘pop the map out’ simply click on the [ ] symbol on the top right hand corner of the map.
Saileog Ní Cheannabháin is a musician, singer and composer. A native Irish speaker, her sean-nós singing style is mainly influenced by singers from Iorras Aithneach in the Connemara Gaeltacht..She plays traditional music on fiddle, piano and viola, and also studied classical piano for twelve years at D.I.T., and subsequently at…Continue
Katie Geringer began studying the violin at the age of 6 and developed an interest in Irish and folk music while in high school. She remained active in the folk and Irish music scene in Tallahassee, Florida while simultaneously earning a bachelor’s degree in Instrumental Music Education and a Certificate in Violin…Continue
Lisa Conway is originally from Dundalk in County Louth, and having lived in Dublin for many years is now based in Muscat, Oman. She has been playing tin whistle and fiddle since the age of 6. Growing up, Lisa and her siblings were very involved in the local trad scene, travelling to fleadhs and summer schools all…Continue
We have covered the music of Michelle O'Brien over the years on Tradconnect. Her duet album with Laoise Kelly in 2013 was a standout recording in that year, and for any budding fiddlers a must have. More recently she has been heavily involved with the editing of the new Tommy Peoples tutor and tune book called “From Time to Time.”…Continue
Raised in London, Julianne Moylan has recently returned to live in Clane, County Kildare. She is an An All-Ireland Fiddle Champion and was a regular on the rich session circuit in London in the 90’s. She was also a very active member of Comhaltas Ceóltoirí Éireann throughout those years. This brought her all…Continue
Over the last number of years we have featured the music of Enda Seery quite regularly on Tradconnect. As a professional musician he has released two albums and we have reviewed both on the site. In 2011 he released his debut recording called …Continue