Voices & Harps Workshop with Moya Brennan and Cormac De Barra, Donegal Junw




JUNE 22 – 24 2012



Following the success of their inaugural workshop last year Clannad’s Moya Brennan and harp maestro, Cormac De Barra will be holding another exclusive Voices & Harps workshop in Gweedore, Co. Donegal on the weekend of June 22-24 2012.


The workshop will be geared towards those with a keen interest in combining singing with harp playing (singers looking to perform with harp accompaniment, voice with self accompaniment, voice and vocal harmonies or harpers developing their accompaniment skills).


The workshop fee will include all workshop sessions from Friday afternoon, through to Sunday plus lunch and dinner on both days. Travel and accomodation should be arranged by participants themselves but options for both will be posted on the workshop web page. Many participants from last year have signed up again so places are limited and immediate booking is advised.


Registration in Naomh Padraig from 12.30pm on the Friday prior to the first half day of workshops. There will be a traditional session that evening after dinner. Saturday night entertainment will be provided by Moya and Cormac themselves and the finale, in the renowned Leo’s Tavern on Sunday evening, will give participants the opportunity to perform a selection of the material from the workshop.


Full details of the workshop schedule and registration can be found at:


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