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Roscommon Arts Centre’s traditional music sessions at Strokestown Park House comes to a rousing finale next Thursday, August 28 when local musicians John Wynne, John McEvoy, Rachel Garvey, and Ruairi McGorman come together for what promises to be a lively night in the kitchen!
A host of top-class traditional Irish musicians, singers, dancers, and storytellers will perform at a fundraising concert for the 2014 Leinster Fleadh Cheoil on Thursday February 13 in the Tuar Ard Theatre, Moate starting at 8pm.
THE ALAN Kelly Gang, along with De Dannan’s Alec Finn and Johnny ‘Ringo’ McDonagh will play a fundraising concert in An Taibhdhearc tomorrow at 8pm.
A brand new season of classes for young people begins at Roscommon Arts Centre in January, offering the perfect opportunity for children and young people to learn a new skill or improve an old one.
THE MUSIC of Ireland, Scotland, and Canada will resound throughout Galway from Sunday June 12 to Sunday 19 during The Galway Sessions, the city’s annual celebration of traditional music.
KEVIN CRAWFORD, Beóga, Dermy Diamond, and Kathleen Loughnane are among those who will play The Galway Sessions, the annual festival of Irish trad, from Sunday June 12 to Sunday 19.
John continues his tin whistle and flute classes for children aged seven plus at Roscommon Arts Centre. He has taught and performed at some of the finest venues, summer schools, and festivals across Ireland and abroad. His classes are specifically designed to be small enough to allow each child individual attention, whilst also being able to participate with, and learn from other students.
Rebecca Vaughan performs her spellbinding one-woman hit show I, Elizabeth at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, January 26 at 8pm.
ST NICHOLAS’ Collegiate Church will host concerts of Irish traditional music tomorrow and on Monday.
As part of Roscommon Arts Centre’s Reel Thing programme of traditional Irish music and entertainment, the centre is offering a new opportunity for children and young people to learn to play the tin whistle or fiddle, under the guidance of well-known traditional musicians and teachers Fiona Doherty and John Wynne.