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Tionól 2017, 3-5 November

Following on from the success of last year’s Tionól, we are delighted to announce that Music Generation Laois, with the support of the Music Generation National Development Office National Projects funding and the Trench Trust, will deliver a Tionól for Harps and Pipes in Portlaoise from the 3 to the 5 of  November 2017.

The purpose of this weekend is to bring together pipers and harpists and their Tutors from Music Generations throughout Ireland, for a weekend of workshops, sessions and performances, including  an opportunity for students to get workshops from well-known non MG guest tutors including Catriona McKay (harp), David Power (pipes), Tríona Marshall (harp) & Michael Rooney (harp).

A range of classes are available, open to all students from recent beginners to advanced in the harp and uilleann pipes. Tutors include:

Harp: Siobhan Buckley, Michael Rooney, Catriona McKay, Tríona Marshall, Ramune Sakalauskaite, Deirdre Ní Bhuachalla, Gráinne Hambly, Kerri Mullan & Billy Jackson

Uilleann Pipes: Paul Harrigan David Power, Timothy Doyle and Padraig McGovern

 

Booking

€70 fee includes workshops and all concert tickets. €60 discounted rate to Music Generation Laois students. To book, email musicgenerationlaois@laoiscoco.ie or phone 057-8664176. For more information, see Music Generation Laois Tionol Letter and Application Form for Harpers and Pipers Sept 2017.

Supervision

Under 18s will be supervised during break times unless alternative arrangements are made by parents/guardians.

 

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Concerts

Friday 3 November

Opening Gala Concert featuring the premiere of a newly composed suite of music by Michael Rooney for the Music Generation Laois Harp Orchestra, Tionól Tutors, Michael and June Rooney and the Music Generation Laois Trad Orchestra taking place in the Portlaoise Further Education & Training Centre, Tower Hill at 7pm.

Free admission to students of the Tionól/ General public €5. Booking through the Dunamaise Arts Centre 057 8663355 or Dunamaise.ie

Saturday 4 November

Concert featuring Tionól participants from across Ireland and guest harp ensembles in the Dunamaise Arts Centre at 7pm.

Free admission to students of the Tionól/ General public €5. Booking through the Dunamaise Arts Centre 057 8663355 or Dunamaise.ie

Sunday 5 November

Closing Student Concert: Tionól 2017 – featuring students from the Tionól taking place in the Portlaoise Further Education and Training Centre, Tower Hill, Portlaoise, 2pm.

Admission free of charge, on a first come-first serve basis on the door.

 

Music Generation Laois Tionól, 4, 5 and 6 November 2016 : A national gathering for harpists and pipers across Ireland.

A weekend of workshops and performances celebrating the harp and the uilleann pipes, bringing together musicians from Sligo, Donegal, Louth, Carlow and Laois.

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Tutors:  Leonard Barry (Pipes), Timothy Doyle (pipes), Fionnan MacGabhann (pipes) , Gay McKeon (pipes), Paul Harrigan (pipes), Conor Day (pipes), David Power (Pipes), Siobhan Buckley (harp), Deirdre Ni Bhuachalla  (harp), Ramune Sakalauskaite (harp), Jolene McLaughlin (harp),  Catriona McKay (harp) and Cormac de Barra (harp)

Friday 4 November

1pm-2pm: Registration Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

2-4pm Instrumental workshops, Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

5-6pm communal music-making/ session, Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

8pm Tutor Concert, Dunamaise Arts Centre (all students are to attend and student tickets are free of charge, parents can book tickets through Dunamaise.ie/ call 057 8663355)

Saturday 5 November

9am-11am Instrumental workshops Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

11:30am-1pm Instrumental Workshops Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

2pm-4pm Harp Instrumental Worksops, Ensemble Workshop, Reed Making WorkshopPortlaoise Youth Education Centre

5-6pm Communal Music-Making/Sessions Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

8pm Concert featuring soloists plus harp ensembles Portlaoise Youth Education Centre (all students are to attend and student tickets are free of charge, open to the public, no charge however donations welcome)

10pm-11pm Student Ceilidh Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

Sunday 6 November

9am-11am Instrumental workshops Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

11:30am-1pm Instrumental Workshops Portlaoise Youth Education Centre

2pm Student Concert, programme of music made up of repertoire covered throughout TionolPortlaoise Youth Education Centre

4pm Depart

  • Lunch is included
  • Standards: A range of classes are available, open to recent beginners to advanced students. You must have your own instrument to participate, a limited number of harps are available for Music Generation Laois students only.
  • Supervision: under 18s will be supervised during break times.
  • Open to ages 7 and upwards.
  • There will be an exhibition of Salvi harps at 1pm on Sunday 6 November.

Fee: €60

Booking: musicgenerationlaois@laoiscoco.ie call 057 8664176

Concerts

Friday 4 November: Some of Ireland’s finest harpists and pipers, and the Music Generation Laois Trad Orchestra with Accordionist Martin Tourish will perform as part of the opening concert of the inaugural Music Generation Laois Tionól, a national gathering for harpists and pipers across Ireland. Dunamaise Arts Centre, 8pm

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Featuring Leonard Barry (Pipes), Timothy Doyle (pipes), Fionnan MacGabhann (pipes) , Gay McKeon (pipes), David Power (Pipes), Conor Day (pipes), Siobhan Buckley (harp), Ramune Sakalauskaite (harp), Jolene McLaughlin (harp), Catriona McKay (harp) Cormac de Barra (harp) and the Music Generation Laois Trad Orchestra with Martin Tourish who will perform ‘1916: Visions and Voices’ a newly commissioned work that reflects on the events of the Easter Rising.

Free admission for Tionól students, €10/€5 for general public, booking through Dunamaise.ie/ call 057 8663355)

Saturday 5 November: Student concert and the Music Generation Laois Harp Ensemble with Catriona McKay, Portlaoise Youth Education Centre, Railway St, 8pm

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Concert featuring students and groups from the Tionól including the Music Generation Laois Harp Ensemble with Catriona McKay perform ‘Rising of the Harps’ a newly commissioned work created by virtuoso Scottish harpist in collaboration with the Music Generation Laois Harp Esnemble.

Free admission, donations welcome.

Sunday 6 November: Student concert, Portlaoise Youth Education Centre, 2pm

Student Concert, programme of music made up of repertoire covered throughout TionolPortlaoise Youth Education Centre

Free admission, donations welcome.

The Music Generation Laois Tionól: Harps and Pipes 2016 is funded under the Music Generation National Projects Fund.

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