Traditional Irish music and dance around Baltimore, Maryland
Presents the 3rd annual Baltimore Irish Trad Festival
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BIAC Director, Laura Byrne
The third annual Baltimore Irish Trad Fest will be held on May 2-4 and again we'll be bringing some stellar musicians from around the U.S. and Ireland, to teach workshops, perform and lead sessions. There will be a Ceili on Sunday with music by the Old Bay Ceili Band and this year's faculty concert will take place at the Creative Alliance.
Created and led by Baltimore resident musician Laura Byrne, Baltimore Irish Arts Center was founded in 2001. Our purpose is to ensure the longevity of Baltimore's vibrant traditional Irish music scene through promotion, accessibility and education. Small group classes are held intermittently throughout the year and we also host the annual Baltimore Irish Trad Festival which was started in 2012.
Visit the registration page to sign up online.
Billy McComiskey, button accordion; Patrick Ourceau, Liz Knowles and Rose Conway Flanagan, fiddle; Brian Holleran and Laura Byrne, flute; Kathleen Conneely, tin whistle; Kieran O'Hare, uilleann pipes; Eamon O'Leary, banjo; Pat Broaders, songs; Alex Boatright, concertina; Donna Long, piano; Pat Egan, guitar; Myron Bretholz, bodhran; Jason Gaynor, Intro to Irish music/beginning tin whistle; Megan Downes and Shannon Dunne; Irish social dance workshops; The Old Bay Ceili Band, Teelin Irish Dance Company and more!
Check out the Performers page for bios.