Irish Arts Center
SEASON | MUSIC | THEATRE | LITERATURE | COMEDY | FILM | EXHIBITION | DANCE | KIDS | LANGUAGE | CLASSES | SPECIAL EVENTS | CALENDAR

ADULT CLASSES



MUSIC

Flute


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.



Guitar

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

Guitar for Traditional Irish Accompaniment



More Information

 

Concertina

The concertina is a free-reed instrument. Learn to play a few tunes on this small cousin of the Accordion.

Concertina



More Information

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

Celtic Harp



More Information

 

Bodhrán

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

Bodhrán



More Information

 

Tin Whistle

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

Tin Whistle



More Information

 

Bagpipes

Learn traditional Irish piping on the practice chanter.

Bagpipes: Traditional Irish Music on the Piob Mhor



More Information

 

Voice and Song

Discover Ireland through the beauty of traditional songs. Songs will be in both Irish and in English and from the distinctive regions of Ireland.

Voice and Song



More Information

 

line

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.

Irish Dance



More Information

 

...

IRISH LANGUAGE

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

Irish Language



More Information


 


LITERARY ARTS

“A writer is someone who has taught his mind to misbehave” – Oscar Wilde.

 

Creative Writing, Playwriting, and Storytelling



More Information

 

 


Facebook Twitter You Tube Foursquare


Click HERE for information on our #GetLit campaign to support Irish Arts Center Book Day as we bring literature to life in New York City this St. Patrick's Day!


Members receive great benefits, including discounts on classes!

TERM DATES

SPRING TERM

Class on Sale Now!

Registration deadline is April 3

Classes begin the week of April 10th

Members receive great benefits, including discounts on classes! Did you know if you plan on taking two classes this year, your membership can pay for itself? Click here to become a member now and save $30 on a class!


A limited number of scholarships are available. Please contact jessie@irishartscenter.org to apply.


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



Some classes require instruments. For information about instrument rentals and purchases, click here.


FAQ

Refund Policy for Classes

For specific questions on classes, contact Irish Arts Center via email classes@irishartscenter.org or call 212-757-3318


Please complete your registration form and register in any of the following ways:

By Mail
Mail your completed registration form to:
Irish Arts Center
c/o registration
553 West 51st Street
New York, NY 10019
Please enclose credit card information or a check made payable to the Irish Arts Center.

By Fax
212-247-0930 Click here for a downloadable registration form

By Phone
With a credit card. Call 866-811-4111

 


Click here to become a member!

A limited number of scholarships are available for those in need. Please contact via email classes@irishartscenter.org or call 212-757-3318 x214.

box office phone 866-811-4111
administrative office phone 212-757-3318 fax 212-247-0930
553 West 51 Street, New York, NY 10019 | DIRECTIONS
general information info@irishartscenter.org
office hours Monday-Friday 10 am – 6 pm

2007 Irish Arts Center