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The Irish culture is something that many people around the globe are fascinated with. Some like to read Irish books, others want to listen to Irish and Celtic music or visit Renaissance festivals. Whatever you may like about the Irish … Continue reading
If you watched closely our member interviews category on this blog, you’ve noticed that people have several reasons why they choose to learn the Irish language. For some the Irish heritage is something sacred within the family, for others, it’s … Continue reading
Dawn shares her “can do” attitude to learning to speak Irish Gaelic. It’s her way to “feel connected to a place that has my heart”, as she told us recently. She’s a Bitesize Irish Gaelic member. Discussion podcast about learning … Continue reading
Whether you want to learn Irish or simply learn more about this beautiful place on Earth and its history, the following infographic should satisfy at least some of your curiosities. You’ll learn about Irish traditional music and instruments from the … Continue reading
Podcast interview in the English language. Brian Ó hAirt is an American sean-nós singer, musician, and a speaker of the Irish Language. Brian shares his connection with Ireland’s real culture, through song and Irish Gaelic.
Marc Gunn of Irish and Celtic Music Podcast joins Eoin about Irish music, American adoption of Irish culture, and touring in Ireland and beyond.
David Wood is trained in classical music and song, but also has a passion for the traditional song and music of Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales. He shares with us his journey from loving Irish music, to learning to speak … Continue reading
The Willie Clancy Summer School is the place to come to learn to play traditional Irish music from today’s great players. It’s held over a week. People travel from all over the world to be part of this event. It … Continue reading
Ireland is a special place. There’s not doubt it’s green. The landscapes are breathtaking, and others calming. It’s not the soil or the wind or the rain that makes it a magical place. It comes down to the culture of … Continue reading
Liam Hughes grew up in the States, but comes home (to Ireland) at least a couple of times a year. He’s an artist, designer, singer, and more, and has family in the Silvermines in Tipperary, Ireland. He designs shard jewelry, … Continue reading