The Irish Music Project’s Junior Programme is an outreach education production, now in its third year, aimed at students from first to sixth class. The quartet will visit schools nationwide in June this year and is comprised of accordionist Dr Martin Tourish (Altan), violinist Claire Sherry, the harp role is shared between Triona Marshall (The Chieftains) and Cormac de Barra (Moya Brennan, Clannad), and the vocal part is alternated between Daoirí Farrell (BBC Young Folk Musician of the Year, 2017), and Lorna McLaughlin (The Henry Girls).
The show is constructed to support the Listening & Responding and Performance strands of the national school curriculum. Key activities include:
Admission is priced at €8 per student, booking can be arranged through the form below and teachers attend free of charge. Early booking is essential. Please use our booking form.
© Martin Tourish, 2012