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Fiddle and Banjo Master Classes
with Cathal Hayden

$50 general /
$40 members, students, and seniors

Banjo
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM



Fiddle
8:15 PM – 9:30 PM

 

To register for the master class over the phone, call IAC’s box office at 866-811-4111

 

Fiddle and Banjo Master Classes
with Cathal Hayden

Wednesday, March 29

Cathal Hayden’s virtuosity on fiddle and banjo, as well as his genuine love for the music he plays, places him among the ranks of the living legends of traditional Irish music. Cathal will teach well-known tunes and demonstrate variations from traditional Irish music,  while helping students to build their technical skills. Students are encouraged to come with questions.

Cathal is a founding member of Four Men and a Dog, and also a member of the Máirtín O’Connor Trio. Cathal’s inventive brilliance on fiddle and banjo has been central to the huge success enjoyed by both bands for decades, and has led to many collaborations with other celebrated Irish musicians.  A multiple All-Ireland champion in both fiddle and banjo, Cathal was born and raised near Pomeroy in Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

For intermediate to advanced Fiddle and Banjo players

 


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