Sign up now - classes start on Monday 13 September!
After a year and a half of all-online teaching, via a combination of recorded lessons and live Zoom lessons, we are delighted to announce that Armagh Pipers Club is returning to face-to-face teaching for the coming year. Up to 40 classes per week (depending on demand) will be delivered in Coláiste Chaitríona, the Irish-medium unit in the lower block of St Catherine’s College. These will cover accordion, banjo, concertina, fiddle, flute, harp, tin whistle and uilleann pipes at up to four levels per instrument, from beginner to advanced, with classes also in singing (junior and advanced) and in session playing. This year, needless to say, we will have Covid safety measures in place and these have been approved by the school. Once again, funding from the Arts Council has enabled us to freeze tuition fees at the level of £100 per term, with the third term free of charge. If you would like further information, please email us (email@example.com).
To register for the new term, click here. Classes start on Monday 13 September, 7pm and 8pm.
About the Club
Armagh Pipers Club is an independent traditional music teaching organisation based in Armagh City. It provides around 1,000 lessons per year, at various levels, for eight instruments and singing. It also runs an annual international festival of pipe-based music. For more information click here…