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There are four classes running every Wednesday evening, registration for the banjo and mandolin classes can be done online at this link: Belfasttrad
Enrolment for Winter Classes 2016 now open online. First class of the new term will be on Wednesday 14th October 2016, we look forward to seeing everyone there…
Beginner class from (5.00pm – 6.00pm) by Aiden Walsh
Lower intermediate class from (6.00pm – 7.00pm) by Paul Conlon
Upper intermediate class from (6.00pm – 7.00pm) by Aiden Walsh
New Advanced class from (7.00pm – 8.00pm) by Paul Conlon
About Belfast Trad
Belfast-Trad Traditional Music & Dance Society is a registered charity and has been providing tuition in Irish music and dance since 1991. Their aim is to promote and develop a knowledge and love of these traditional arts and to encourage participation from anyone who is interested in learning.
The classes are run by an all-volunteer committee and are open to the whole community. There are 34 music and dance classes per week, three terms per year, supplemented by over 20 workshops featuring some of the best practitioners of these art forms in the world.
Belfast Trad are based at the Crescent Arts Centre, 2-4 University Road, located between Shaftesbury Square and Queen’s University, Belfast. They also support classes for the St Brigid’s Parish Traditional Music School, the Céilí series at Belfast Castle and dance at the Camphill Community at Glencraig.