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The Irish Concertina Ensemble (ICE) presents a unique and fascinating evening of new and traditionally-based music at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, March 15, at 8pm.
Sharon Mannion returns to her Roscommon roots with a hilarious one-woman show this March 29 and 30.
This current panel of Corofin players and their respective management teams over the past few years deserve immense credit for having the commitment, desire, energy and ability to annex four consecutive senior county titles. To have done so, is a tremendous feat.
THE HARP, The Accordion and The Ugly are seven Galway based musicians and one film-maker who put on live-music cinema shows as will be seen when they play Monroe’s Live.
It is never too late to learn how to play music. Maybe you have watched people playing and said to yourself ‘I wish I could do that’. Maybe you would like to give your child that opportunity. Children can learn from as young as seven, but there is no upper age limit.
The Harp, The Accordion and The Ugly - Live Music Cinema is back this Sunday August 17 by popular demand in Arus na nGael from 9pm.
Do you have any unloved fiddles or accordions languishing in your attic? If you have, the Moycullen branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Eireann would love to take them off your hands and give them to young musicians taking lessons in traditional music this autumn. Classes are available in Moycullen in fiddle, accordion, tin whistle, concertina, banjo and flute. If you can donate any of these instruments, the branch can guarantee that they will go to a good home.
Gerry Cahill was born in Caherlistrane and started playing music from the age of eight..... first the melodeon, then the double row accordion, and later the piano accordion. He was a great admirer of musicians like Will Starr and Jimmy Shand. He soon developed a distinctive style of his own and he was very much in demand at house dances and roadside dances, which were very common at the time.
FOLLOWING THE recent launch of his acclaimed album Keep Her Lit!, the Town Hall Theatre will play host to a concert by the well-known accordion player Gary Quinn on St Patrick’s Night at 8pm.