Wednesday Workshops (Series 2): Jan – April 2021 [Courses are now full]

Monthly workshops, offered on Wednesdays at 8.00-9.15pm Irish time (3.00-4.15 Eastern). Worskhops will be offered for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. Participants sign up for a course of 4 workshops at the appropriate level, one per month from January to April.

An audio recording will be sent to participants in advance so you can familiarise yourself with the tune for each workshop. The workshop itself will be taught by ear, live using zoom and will be video recorded with an access link sent afterwards so you can review at your leisure or catch up if you couldn’t make the live workshop. Sheet music will also be provided afterwards for anyone who would like to have it.

 

Jan 29-31, Winter Harp Festival Online

Workshop Weekend with Ailie Robertson (Scotland), Tristan Legovic (Brittany), Adriano Sangineto (Italy). There are 3 levels, elementary, intermediate and advanced. Registration includes 10 hours of tuition (working with all 4 tutors over the weekend) plus 2 zoom concerts.
See website for more information and to register

Feb 28, Harps in Springtime

Workshops, talks and performances hosted by Harp North in conjunction with Harp Ireland.
See website for more information and to register

March 13, St Patrick’s Day Concert Live Online

Concert with William Jackson: 8pm Irish Standard Time hosted by Keep Music Live Project
Join us live on youtube or facebook for some Irish tunes, new and old, on harps, concertina, whistle and bouzouki.
Concert free to view with optional ticket donations to PayPal.me/harpconcert

Winter/Spring 2021, Irish Harp Online – Virtual Harp Camp : Build your own!

Intensive private or small group tuition online… organise a customised workshop or performance with your harp circle, friends or students. Choose your preferred dates and times, topics you want to cover etc
Email grainnehambly@gmail.com to discuss the possibilities!

Harps for Hope

Performances by various artists organised by HarpIreland:
See Gráinne Hambly and William Jackson’s performance here