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ITMA is a national reference archive & resource centre for the traditional song, instrumental music & dance of Ireland. Proud to be funded by the Arts Council.
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Mark Redmond Nov 18
The final shots of this remarkable weekend, the William Kennedy piping festival 2019. It was absolutely brilliant! Thanks to all at the , particularly the Vallely family.
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Séamus Ennis Centre Nov 16
7/12/19 An Evening of Song & Piping with Sarah Ghríallais, Lillis Ó Laoire & Pádraic Keane in The Cobblestone Smithfield. . Tickets limited. Book early
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Jonny McBride Nov 16
Interesting and informative fantastic talks yesterday and great to get a tour this morning around and hearing about the good work these teams are doing. Thanks! 👍
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ITMA Nov 16
Mickey Dunne alongside ITMA Pop-Up banner featuring his uncle & Dad, Gorey Fleadh, 1962. We're at Meet ITMA at Áras na bPíobairí Saturday & Sunday!
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Sinead O'Higgins Nov 15
. from on digitising collections focusing on at risk non-commercial material. “We want to open up our collections... making it accessible in new ways”
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Dave Flynn's IMO Nov 15
29th Nov Fiddle legend Paddy Glackin & poet Moya Cannon join founder Dave Flynn in a concert exploring the art of composition in trad music Music & Arts festival
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ITMA Nov 15
‘I think it's time now for a wider conversation to happen’: TradTalk Conference in Dublin This Weekend
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Sinead O'Higgins Nov 15
Peter Browne, ex RTE speaking on Seamus Ennis, piper & folklore collector: “he had exquisite taste..as a collector he became one of them, they wanted to give him their best - he was perfect for this job..he had the gift of total recall [of] everything that he heard”
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Steve Byrne Nov 15
Fascinating to hear about digitisation partnership between and for Irish trad music, phenomenal detail, data capture and project management. Instructive for Scotland.
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Armagh Pipers Club Nov 13
Delighted to welcome to the festival where they will present a special pop-up archive! Open 10 to 5 this Sat and 10 to 3 Sunday in Áras na bPíobairí. Public will be able to access the archive's vast collections which naturally include quite a bit of piping!
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ITMA Nov 13
Full house in ITMA with a visit from a lovely group of enthusiastic students. Looking forward to meeting them again during the year in the ITMA Reading Room as they prepare projects & performances for their course.
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Gradam Ceoil TG4 Nov 12
I rith an bhealaigh as Boston Mheiriceá tá Séamus Connolly linn atá ag fáil gradam saoil Tá a shaol caite ag scaipeadh cultúr ceoil na hÉireann i Meiriceá.
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Gradam Ceoil TG4 Nov 12
Is maith an aghaidh uirthi é. ceoltóir na bliana 2020
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Gradam Ceoil TG4 Nov 12
Tá ionadaíocht láidir as Cloich Cheannfhaola anseo anocht agus muid ag ceiliúradh éacht Amhránaí na bliana
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Gradam Ceoil TG4 Nov 12
Beidh an gradam Ceoltóir Óg na bliana ag dul go Co. an Chláir ag Sharon Howley
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ITMA Nov 12
Comhghairdeas ó foireann ITMA ar fad, tá sé tuillte go maith.
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ITMA Nov 12
Congratulations Cathal, well deserved!
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NUI Galway Nov 12
Comhghairdeas le Cathal Goan, an craoltóir, iriseoir, eagarthóir agus iarArd-Stiúrthóir le ar ar bronnadh céim oinigh inniu. Tá Cathal tar éis freastal ar go leor bord poiblí agus bhí sé ina Chathaoirleach ar agus ar i nGaillimh.
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NUI Galway Nov 12
Congratulations to Cathal Goan broadcaster, journalist, editor and former director general of who received an honorary degree today. Cathal has served on a number of public boards, and was Chair of the and most recently in Galway.
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Irish Times Culture Nov 11
‘I really want to take the harp off the tax envelope’ via
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