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Bodhrán and Rhythm Workshop

$56 general /
$45
 members, students, and seniors

Bodhrán and Rhythm Workshop
with Rónán Ó Snodaigh

Saturday, October 24 | 1 pm - 3 pm 

As seen in concert

A unique opportunity to take a workshop with one of Ireland’s most experienced and innovative Bodhrán players. Rónán Ó Snodaigh has performed as a professional musician for over twenty years touring with the bands Dead Can Dance and Kíla and as a solo artist. He has been teaching and giving workshops in bodhrán and rhythm for over ten years in festivals, online, and venues abroad and at home. Suitable for everyone from beginner to more experienced, Ó Snodaigh’s master class aims to bring the participants through the basics of rhythm, to bodhrán playing styles, and playing in a group. Ó Snodaigh imparts his knowledge of bodhrán and years of experience performing live, in a fun and relaxed manner. He is a native Irish speaker so expect the odd piece as gaeilge with translations!

One on one lessons are also available whilst he is in New York.


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