3-6 Nov 2005. This mini-festival packs a lot of Irish culture into four days, with concerts, workshops, poetry readings, whiskey tasting, a ceilidh and even an art exhibition. Some of Irelands top traditional musicians will be performing and leading the workshop activities, including brilliant fiddle player, Frankie Gavin and his band, the folky Lnasa quintet, Dan, a traditional music group from Co. Waterford and the exceptional Irish harp player, Cormac de Barra, among others. Workshops, to be held on Sat 10.00-16.00 and Sun 10.00-14.00, are on Bodhran, Uillean pipes, Harp, Fiddle, step dance, Flute and whistle, Bazouki and guitar. Patrick ODea is the accomplished sean nos (old style) step dancing teacher. The art exhibition of works by Seamus Brogan runs from 4-18 Nov at Gallery FMHAR SALON

Klostergrden, Amagertorv 29b. Hang out at the Festival Bar, open till the early hours, where musicians, poets and artists of all descriptions bring the atmosphere of the Emerald Isle to Copenhagen. Admission to concerts Dkk120-Dkk200 Festivalpass Dkk420.

General Info

Address St. Kannikestrde 19, Kbenhavn right next to the University and 5 minutes walk from Nrreport Station Tel. +45 38889880

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Copenhagen Irish Festival

St. Kannikestrde 19, Kbenhavn right next to the University and 5 minutes walk from Nrreport Station Tel. +45 38889880