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Traditional Irish Music 

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ICC offers an excellent selection of classes teaching Irish instruments from beginners to advanced students. 


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Founded and run by Eilish Byrne-Whelehan, Feith an Cheoil, based in Enfield, provides weekly lessons for young people to meet and socialise but primarily learn about Irish heritage and culture of Irish Music, Song and Dance.

Various Venues

Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann is the largest group involved in the preservation and promotion of Irish traditional music. It is a non-profit cultural movement with hundreds of local branches around the world. Comhaltas offers classes and sessions in a variety of locations in London.

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Various Venues

Sundays, London Irish Centre (Camden) – Children’s Classes

Mondays, London Irish Centre (Camden) – Adults’ Classes

Wednesdays, St Michael’s School (North Finchley) – Children’s Classes

Instruments taught from beginner to advanced level include:

Fiddle, Banjo, Mandolin, Tin Whistle, Flute, Uilleann Pipes, Harp, Melodeon, Button Accordion, Concertina

Instrumental and mixed instrument classes available

One to one music lessons also available

For more information contact:

Karen Ryan – email: 


London Irish Music School: Offers weekly classes during term time at a community venue in Brent and at two schools in Harrow as part of their music curriculum. They also hold workshops regularly with different tutors in a small group or individual setting to give more in-depth tuition, once children have passed the beginner stage and progressed onto a second instrument.

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The bodhrán is the heartbeat of Irish music. Ruairi runs regular interactive workshops where you’ll learn the fundamentals of playing this awesome instrument, with plenty of emphasis on fun!

Led by award-winning internationally renowned Irish percussionist Ruairi Glasheen, participants will explore the history of how this dynamic instrument is played, teamed with a range of technical and musical skills, including how to play along to both jigs and reels. No musical experience necessary and bodhráns are provided!



Visit Ruair's website for details of upcoming


 Click HERE to check out Ruairi's online course, How to Play Bodhrán : Begin Your Journey

Regular Irish Traditional Music Sessions

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