Trentals. Traditional Irish Music Day

Trentals.  Traditional Irish Music Day

Saturday, January 22, the day of traditional Irish music, has been postponed several times since November 2020. Organized by the Association Plain Vent at the initiative of Claire Domontouil, the event has been bringing together quarterly since 2015. A good dozen musicians from all walks of life: Lott-et-Garon of course, as well as Basque Country, Perigord, Girond, Lott. These days are led by professional musicians Cathy Castate and Mario Peperoni, who live in Bordeaux, and Duo “Let’s Go” – members of Irish and Scottish music – both teaching traditional music that they learned directly on regular trips to Ireland and Scotland. In these courses, Mario, the best violinist (Rome Conservatory), devotes himself to melodists: several violins, flutes, concertina, mandolin, bancho, etc. An accomplished violinist and multi-instrumentalist, Kathy mainly works with her classmates: guitars, bows, and bodron. Melodists and accompanists gather to play together in the afternoon; The great moment of sharing, the beautiful human and musical encounter, the Irish know very well how to experience it. Another day of training with the same facilitators will be given in May or June 2022; The date will be decided soon.

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