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ITMA is delighted to celebrate Pride Month 🌈 in partnership with Isteach is Amach, the LGBTQ+ community of traditional Irish musicians, singers & dancers from all over the world. Join us for a Live stream concert 22 June 7 pm https://www.itma.ie/events/ar-scath-a-cheile-lgbtq-people-in-the-tradition @TheRollingWave
Join us online from wherever you are, if interested in #gender and Irish traditional music + my recent research on it. Free this Sat 19th, Discussion hosted by Lynette Fay.
@ITMADublin @Comhaltas @ss_willieclancy @TradTG4 @BelfastTradF @TheRollingWave
This Saturday 1pm join @LynetteFay in conversation with Dr @una_music the author of the paper "121 Stories: the impact of gender on participation in Irish traditional music" #womenintrad @FairPle https://www.womensworkni.co.uk/womens-work-2021#/sexism-in-irish-traditional-music/
Call for Papers: Access and participation in traditional music in the Anglo-Irish world http://simonmckerrell.com/2021/06/08/call-for-papers-access-and-participation-in-traditional-music-in-the-anglo-irish-world/
The derelict building I walk around in this video is the Assembly Rooms, where the Belfast harpers assembly of 1792 took place, showcasing and preserving the music of the ancient harpers at a time when it was in danger of being lost. 1/3