Traditional Irish Music
The recent addition of our Download Centre has been an outstanding success, and artists are now able to connect with broadcasters across the world, and receive immediate airplay.
In the coming months we are going to look at the issue of Instrument Makers and Music Teachers.
Master Craftsmen & Instrument Makers
We are looking at the development of a resource centre for the Master Craftsmen that work away diligently making and repairing traditional instruments. From fiddles to bodhráns and from accordions to uilleann pipes.
The resource centre will be split between Ireland, UK, USA and Europe. We are looking to work with a select number of craftsmen in each instrument class and are also looking to move away from the more standard listing services.
Each craftsman that we deal with will be given a significant space on Tradconnect and we will meet with, and interview those concerned, where possible. We seek to highlight the best of the best. If you have a workshop anywhere in the world, selling and making instruments and would like to participate then please get in touch with us at the address below.
The second area that we are looking at is for Music Teachers. Like the craftsmen above, we are looking to give a voice to the many teachers across the world. It will also be split between Ireland, UK, USA and Europe. We will talk to each teacher to gain an understanding of the work they do. Each will be give an entire page on Tradconnect complete with images, video and audio. We will also highlight teachers that work via Skype.
Each Craftsman and Music Teacher will have their own page which will show up in various county and country guides that we will also produce. Having your own page means you will have your own distinctive ‘url’ which will be picked up by Google when people search your particular county. Like our download centre there will be a small cost for both of these services.
If you would like participate please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will forward you some information.
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