Unique harp event at Slieve Gullion

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Saturday, April 28th, 2012
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Harpists, music fans and interested members of the public can head along to Slieve Gullion on Sunday 29th April to see the Carroll School of Harp open day, in conjunction with Telynau Teifi, the Welsh harp makers. Taking place between 1pm and 5pm, there will be harp performances, workshops and harp try-outs – if you’ve ever fancied a go on a harp, now is your chance! For owners of Telynau Teifi Harps, one of the craftsmen from the harp makers will be available for pre-booked harp services. Telynau Teifi will be launching their new 30 string Nico harp for customers across the water at this event. Sharon Carroll, founder of the Carroll School of Harp said, “We are privileged to be working so closely with Telynau Teifi on the launch of their Nico harp in Ireland. It means that we can offer everyone a chance to see and try a harp… and maybe get a lesson.” Performing at the event will be students from the Carroll School of Harp, All-Ireland harp champions, renowned folk singer Janet Dowd and, of course, founder of the Carroll School of Harp, Sharon Carroll. More info from the Telynau Teifi website (www.welsh-harps.com) or the Carroll school of harp website, which will be relaunched in conjunction with the event (www.carrollschoolofharp.com).
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