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MUSIC

Button Accordion
All level accordionists will benefit from the motivational classes that build your playing ability and confidence.

Button Accordion I: Beginners
Martin O’Connell, Wednesdays 6pm-7pm
$140 member / $170 non-member

This course provides detailed description and explanation of how to perform virtually every operation on the Irish B/C button accordion/concertina such as bellows control (basses for the accordion) and ornamentation (grace notes, triplets, rolls, etc.). Aural, rhythm and sight-reading skills will be developed through a diverse range of Irish tunes such as reels, jigs, polkas, slides, and hornpipes. Students will also gain a comprehensive knowledge of regional style approaches to phrasing and rhythm.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street



Button Accordion II: Intermediate
Martin O’Connell, Wednesdays 7 pm-8 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member

For those with at least two prior semesters of Button Accordion or the equivalent.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street


 

Fiddle
Playing the Irish fiddle releases the pure beauty and vast emotional depths of traditional Irish music. Master the instrument by taking all 5 levels.


Two Class Times!

Fiddle I: Absolute Beginners

James Cleveland
Monday, 7 pm–8 pm

Monday, 8 pm–9 pm
$115 member / $145 non-member
A course for those with no prior fiddle experience. We will cover holding the fiddle and bow, tuning and producing a good tone. By the end, students will be able to play one or two Irish fiddle tunes.

Location, both classes: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.





Fiddle II: Beginners
Caitlin Warbelow, Tuesday, 8 pm–9 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
In this course, the beginning student will continue to learn the technical aspects of fiddle playing while working on common melodies, polkas, and jigs.  Although tunes will be taught by ear, sheet music will be provided at the end of the semester. This class is geared towards students who have taken Fiddle 1 and/or those who have less than six months experience playing the fiddle.

Location: Landmark Tavern, 626 11th Avenue, at 46th Street, Second Floor

Please note this class will start a week later on Tuesday, April 15 and end on Tuesday, June 3. Also, this is not at the Irish Arts Center.





Fiddle III: Advanced Beginners
Caitlin Warbelow, Tuesday, 7 pm–8 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member

Students in this course will focus on building their repertoire of common session tunes.  We will also start to discuss elements of musicality and theory, including how to play in a session and how to create tune sets. Although tunes will be taught by ear, sheet music will be provided at the end of the semester. This class is geared towards students who have taken Fiddle 2 at least once, or those who have at least one year of experience playing the fiddle.

Location: Landmark Tavern, 626 11th Avenue, at 46th Street, Second Floor

Please note this class will start a week later on Tuesday, April 15 and end on Tuesday, June 3. Also, this is not at the Irish Arts Center.





Fiddle IV: Intermediate
James Cleveland, Monday, 6 pm–7 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member

A course for those who would like to increase their repertoire while playing with others. We'll learn five or six commonly played session tunes, mostly jigs and reels, while exploring ornamentation and phrasing. Although tunes will be taught by ear, sheet music will be provided.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.




 
Fiddle V: Advanced
Caitlin Warbelow, Tuesday, 6 pm–7 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member

Students attending this class should feel comfortable playing common tunes up to speed with other musicians.  We will learn new tunes (reels, jigs, hornpipes, and an air) while focusing on ornamentation, style, and musicianship.  Improvisation and harmony will be briefly discussed. Although tunes will be taught by ear, sheet music will be provided.

Location: Landmark Tavern, 626 11th Avenue, at 46th Street, Second Floor

Please note this class will start a week later on Tuesday, April 15 and end on Tuesday, June 3. Also, this is not at the Irish Arts Center.


 

Guitar
Guitars are recognized the world over and used in all types of musical settings. This class will teacher guitar in relation to accompanying Irish music.

Guitar for Traditional Irish Accompaniment
Monday, 7 pm– 8 pm (Please note new time)
Peadar Ó hÍcí
and guest teachers, $140 member / $170 non-member
Designed for students who have a very basic knowledge of standard guitar playing, this class will teach guitar in relation to accompanying Irish music. Lessons will include: strum techniques, chord structures, and general knowledge of backing traditional Irish tunes.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street


 

Celtic Harp
The Celtic harp produces a lush, beautiful sound that many people find soothing and relaxing. Be inspired and learn to play this wonderful instrument.

Introduction to Celtic Harp
Mia Theodoratus, Wednesday, 7 pm – 8 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
With a focus on learning melodies and basic accompanying patterns, this course is designed for the complete beginner but also welcomes students who can already play a few tunes, know basic hand positioning and a few chord patterns. Starting with the basics, we will gradually work towards exploring variations on melodies and reels.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.



Celtic Harp II: Exploring Melody, Chords and Rhythm
Mia Theodoratus, Wednesday, 6 pm – 7 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
This class is for students who have a basic technique. During the class we will work on technique, basic chord patterns and how to use them with ballads and reels. Students will be encouraged to create their own accompaniment patterns.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.


 

Irish Banjo
Learn a full range of Irish banjo techniques along with various regional styles.

Irish Banjo I: Introduction
Pio Ryan, Thursday, 7 pm – 8 pm
(Irish Banjo and Irish Mandolin will meet together every other Thursday beginning April 10)
$115 member / $145 non-member
For beginning and experienced players alike, students will be introduced to all aspects of Irish tenor banjo techniques along with various regional styles.
Required: Tenor banjo (4 strings) only. Banjos with 5 strings are not taught in this class.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.





Irish Mandolin
Get the feel, pulse and flow of Irish music on the mandolin used widely in Celtic, bluegrass and folk styles.

Irish Mandolin I: Introduction
Pio Ryan, Thursday, 8 pm – 9 pm
(Irish Banjo and Irish Mandolin will meet together every other Thursday beginning April 10)
$115 member / $145 non-member
Learn tuning, picking, fingering and holding of a mandolin, as well as practice common scales. As classes progress, students will learn tunes with various types of ornamentation.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.




Bodhrán
Learn to accompany jigs, reels, and other types of Celtic music with a strong, compelling rhythmic beat.

Bodhrán I: Beginners

Siobhan Egan, Tuesday, 6 pm – 7 pm
$115 member / $145 non-member
This class covers the basics of the Irish drum with focus on the reel and jig rhythms. Emphasis is placed on learning how to listen to various styles of traditional music and also on bodhrán etiquette for sessions. Enthusiasm and a love for the music are the only requirements for this class.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street



Bodhrán II: Advanced Beginners
Siobhan Egan, Tuesday, 7 pm – 8 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
Bodhran II introduces the techniques needed to produce a variety of sounds to enhance the accompaniment of melody instruments. Students should feel confident with the reel and jig rhythms in order to fully benefit from this class.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street





Bodhrán III: Intermediate
Anna Colliton, Thursday, 8 pm - 9 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
In Bodhrán III, we learn to enhance our jigs and reels with ornamentation, tonal variation, and syncopation, and expand our repertoire to include hornpipes, slip jigs, hop jigs, slides, and polkas, with the goal of creating versatile and sensitive players who are able to accompany tastefully in whatever style they choose. We will explore elements of “top end” style bodhrán playing according to the wishes of the class. Students will have access to a website where video and notation will be posted after each lesson, and the class will take at least one field trip to play with the advanced fiddle class upstairs!

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.



Tin Whistle
The tin whistle is an easily accessible instrument and an integral part of Irish traditional music. Carry it everywhere!

Tin Whistle I: Introduction
Laurie Norman, Thursday, 6 pm - 7 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
The whistle has been played in Ireland for at least 1,000 years. It is small, inexpensive, and easy to bring along to any gathering. In this introduction to the whistle, you will start with how to produce a good sound, and will learn the different notes by playing simple songs. Once you have mastered the basics, we will work on some traditional tunes, including marches, waltzes, polkas, and jigs. Bring a key of D whistle, or purchase one in class for $10.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.

If you are interested in pre-ordering your Tin Whistle, please select “Pre-Registration with Tin Whistle Purchase” at check out until December 15th. AfterDecember 15th, please select “Non-Member with Tin Whistle Purchase” at check out.



Tin Whistle II: Beginner
Laurie Norman, Thursday, 7 pm – 8 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
This class is for those who have taken the Introduction to Tin Whistle class, but have never studied another instrument or need more time to master the basics. This class will continue to focus on basic whistle techniques: breathing, tonguing, and playing in both octaves. Additionally, students will work on strengthening skills of listening and picking up tunes by ear as we learn a number of traditional jigs, polkas, songs, and marches.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.

If you are interested in pre-ordering your Tin Whistle, please select “Pre-Registration with Tin Whistle Purchase” at check out until December 15th. AfterDecember 15th, please select “Non-Member with Tin Whistle Purchase” at check out.



Tin Whistle III: Advanced Beginner
Laurie Norman, Thursday, 8 pm – 9 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
This class is for those who have taken the Tin Whistle I: Introduction and play another instrument or have a musical background. You should have mastered all of the basic techniques and play at least five traditional Irish tunes comfortably. You also should be able to pick up tunes by ear without difficulty. Thirty tunes will be covered, split up over all three terms in 2014 (winter, spring and fall), making the class easy to repeat within the year either before moving up or in combination with Tin Whistle IV: Intermediate.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.

If you are interested in pre-ordering your Tin Whistle, please select “Pre-Registration with Tin Whistle Purchase” at check out until December 15th. AfterDecember 15th, please select “Non-Member with Tin Whistle Purchase” at check out.



Tin Whistle IV: Intermediate
Siobhan Egan, Tuesday, 8 pm – 9 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
If you’ve been playing Irish dance tunes for a while, this class will teach you the secrets of tin whistle ornamentation. You'll also start expanding your repertoire with a new set of tunes each term.  We will learn ornamentation and style through a wide variety of reels, jigs, and hornpipes. Tunes are taught by ear and with sheet music. Pre-requisite: Advanced Beginners Tin Whistle or the equivalent.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street

If you are interested in pre-ordering your Tin Whistle, please select “Pre-Registration with Tin Whistle Purchase” at check out until December 15th. AfterDecember 15th, please select “Non-Member with Tin Whistle Purchase” at check out.

 

Bagpipes
Learn traditional Irish piping on the practice chanter.

Bagpipes: Traditional Irish Music on the Piob Mhor
Tom Downes, Thursday, 7:15 pm – 9:15
$115 member / $145 non-member
A class in traditional Irish piping on the practice chanter. Also open to those with a full set. Tutoring to advanced players. 

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street


 

Music Theory
Learn basic musicianship skills that will enhance you to learn and retain tune more easily and enjoy listening to and creating music more.

Irish Music Toolbox: Making Music Together
Marta Cook, Wednesday, 8pm – 9pm
$115 member / $145 non-member

This class is for players who would like to build and reinforce skills for participation and enjoyment in playing with others. Listening and playing are two sides of the same process, and we'll explore some tools that can help us hear and respond when we are making music together. These tools include concepts and exercises for picking up tunes on the fly as well as for creating beautiful phrasing and “lift” in common tunes. We'll explore these by playing, listening, and enjoying music together in a comfortable, supportive environment. Special guest musicians from around the city may pop in as well!  

Pre-requisite: At least one term of an instrument, but also open to intermediate level students.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.



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Dance

Irish Dance
Walk in with two left feet, and walk out the door knowing at least 2 reels, 2 jigs, and maybe a slip jig or two.

ModERIN Dance Class
with Darrah Carr Dance
Wednesday, 8 pm – 9 pm | Teen/Adult* (NOTE LOCATION SCHEDULE BELOW)
$155 member / $188 non-member
Explore Darrah Carr Dance’s signature blend of traditional Irish step and contemporary modern dance. Following a contemporary dance warm-up, students will learn to incorporate modern dance principles, such as arm gestures, torso articulation, and level changes, within a solid base of Irish dance footwork.

Spring Classes will meet at Pearl Studios (500 8th Avenue [and 35th St], 12th Floor, Rm 1205


Winter Term Class Locations

Date

Location

Studio

29-Jan

Pearl Studios- 500 8th Avenue (and 35th St), 4th Floor

Rm 411

5-Feb

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery

12-Feb

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery

19-Feb

Pearl Studios- 500 8th Avenue (and 35th St), 4th Floor

Rm 411

26-Feb

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery

5-Mar

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery

12-Mar

Pearl Studios- 500 8th Avenue (and 35th St), 4th Floor

Rm 411

19-Mar

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery


Two Class Times!
Beginning Step Dance 
Betty Sheehan, TCRG, Monday, 6 pm – 7 pm
Amara Dieter, Wednesday, 7 pm – 8 pm*  (NOTE LOCATION SCHEDULE BELOW)
$115 member / $145 non-member
A boot-camp introduction to the basics of Irish step dancing—absolutely no previous dance experience necessary. Dancers will learn the foundational form and technique of Irish dance, starting with the basic movements and progressing to light-shoe reels and jigs. You'll learn a few solo steps and we'll round out the session with a group dance, putting together all the pieces learned over the term! 
Please note there are two different locations for this class depending on the day.

Location, Monday, 6 pm – 7 pm: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street

Wednesday, 7 pm -8pm: Spring Classes will meet at Pearl Studios (500 8th Avenue [and 35th St], 12th Floor, Rm 1205

 

Winter Term Class Locations

Date

Location

Studio

29-Jan

Pearl Studios- 500 8th Avenue (and 35th St), 4th Floor

Rm 411

5-Feb

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery

12-Feb

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery

19-Feb

Pearl Studios- 500 8th Avenue (and 35th St), 4th Floor

Rm 411

26-Feb

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery

5-Mar

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery

12-Mar

Pearl Studios- 500 8th Avenue (and 35th St), 4th Floor

Rm 411

19-Mar

IAC- 553 W. 51st St

Gallery



Intermediate Step Dance
Betty Sheehan, TCRG, Monday, 7 pm – 8 pm
$115 member / $145 non-member
Prerequisite: at least one semester of Beginning Step Dance or previous Irish Dance experience. Students perfect the dances they already know, while learning more complicated steps and rhythms. Dancers in this class will work on both light and hard shoe dances.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street



Céilí Dancing
Betty Sheehan, TCRG, Monday, 8 pm – 9 pm
$115 member / $145 non-member
With dances such as the Four-Hand Reel and the High Cauled Cap, céilís are traditional dances done in groups of 4, 8, or even 16 dancers. Beginners and experienced dancers alike will have fun while working on basic footwork, forms, technique, and musicality.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street



Set Dances
Dan Hunt, Monday, 9 pm – 10 pm
$90 member / $120 non-member
An introduction to some of the more popular set dances, with instruction on basic footwork, transitions between figures and moving to the phrasing of the music.

Location: Irish Arts Center, 553 West 51st Street



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IRISH LANGUAGE

Learn to speak as Gaeilge, or improve your current knowledge of the Irish language and impress your friends and family.

Irish Language I: Introduction
Muireann Ní Chuív, Monday, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
$90 member / $120 non-member
A first course in the Irish language, introducing basic vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and practical use in conversation.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.



Irish Language II: Beginners
Caoimhe Nic Giollarnáith, Monday, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
A class for those with some basic knowledge of the Irish language, designed to further the students' vocabulary and understanding of Irish. This level is designed as a two-term course, after which students continue on to Irish Language III.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.



Irish Language III: Advanced Beginners
Muireann Ní Chuív, Monday, 6 pm – 7:30 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
For those who have completed Levels I to II, or the equivalent. This level is designed as a two-term course, after which students continue on to Irish Language IV.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.



Irish Language IV: Intermediate
Caoimhe Nic Giollarnáith, Monday, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
For those who have completed Levels I to III, or the equivalent. This level is designed to be repeated as necessary before students continue on to Irish Language V.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.



Irish Language V: Advanced
Muireann Ní Chuív, Wednesday, 6 pm – 7:30 pm
$140 member / $170 non-member
For those with at least four prior semesters of Irish language or the equivalent.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.



Tae Agus Comhrá (Tea and Conversation) 
Led by Muireann Ní Chuív
Wednesday, 7:30 pm– 8:30 pm

(Begins Wednesday, September 18)
FREE
Whether you are an absolute beginner, a native speaker, or somewhere in-between, make sure to drop by our comhrá or conversation get-together for a cup of tea and a chat as Gaeilge! A great supplement to our Irish language program and a chance to meet others interested in comhrá and a bit of craic.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.


 

Irish Language Literature: Deoraíocht
$140 member / $170 non-member
Caoimhe Nic Giollarnáith, Wednesday, 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm
The classic Irish Language novel Deoraíocht, by Pádraic Ó Conaire was a pioneering book. Published in 1910 it is arguably the most important novel from the Gaelic revival.  Deoraíocht portrays the life of a struggling immigrant in a very raw and honest way. The popular theme of alienation (coimhthíos) & urbanization will be discussed in relation to Deoraíocht and other Irish language literature including Cathal Ó Searcaigh’s, Máirtín Ó Direáin’s and Máirtín Ó Cadhain’s works. Many pioneering Irish Language writers & poets were heavily influenced by T.S. Eliot’s iconic work The Wasteland. It’s influence will be discussed in relation to Deoraíocht and other pioneering works of the same era. Students will be required to read the novel regularly. Various chapters will be discussed in class each week. The class is aimed at upper intermediate to advanced students. Course materials will be provided.

Location: 500 West 52nd Street, 4th floor, near 10th Avenue. Please look for signs indicating the entrance to the building. You must take the elevator up to the 4th Floor.

Please note this is not at the Irish Arts Center.




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Instrument Rentals and Purchases

Fiddles/Violins

The Music Store
44 West 62nd Street
212-541-6236
Rental cost can apply to purchase

Strings and Other Things
1995 Broadway
6th Floor
212-362-0857
Print out e-mail confirmation of class registration for student discount.

String Works
www.stringworks.com

Johnson String Instruments
http://johnsonstring.com/


Bodhrán

The Drum Works
IAC recommends the 14 in or 18 in, with a tunable interior.


Tin Whistle

Tin whistles can be purchased in class for $10.

Harp

A limited number of harps are available to rent directly from the instructor. Contact Mia Theodoratus via email at harpgrrl@gmail.com to make arrangements.

Button Accordion

For information on acquiring a button accordion, or if you are about to purchase one and need some assistance to make sure it is the proper instrument, please contact the instructor, Martin O’Connell, atmartin.oconnell1@gmail.com.

Banjo and Mandolin

Bernunzio Uptown Music
(585) 473-6140

Astoria Music
718-204-0400

Bagpipe

Instructor Tom Downes recommends a standard polypenco practice chanter from:

John Nisbet, Pipers Cove
212 Kearny Ave.
Kearny, NJ.
Tel: 201-998-3695 or 201-998-9574

He can FedEx it in one day. 

 

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TERM DATES

Winter 2014

8 week term runs from January 27th through the week of March 22nd.

Upcoming term dates

Spring 2014
Early Reg save $10: Feb 24
Registration starts March 10
Classes: Monday, April 7 through Saturday, May 31
No classes Monday, May 26 (Memorial Day)

Please check location information to confirm where class is held. Not all classes are at Irish Arts Center.


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New York, NY 10019
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