Since 2010, instructors at the Center for Irish Music have come together to select a common...
From the Center for Irish Music 2015-16 Annual Report A lucky few of the four...
From tiny Tin Whistle Troupes, to traditional Irish music sessions around the Twin Cities, the...
BEMIDJI NATIVE BRIAN MILLER UNEARTHS THE ROOTS CONNECTING MINNESOTA'S TIMBER HISTORY TO THE IRISH MUSIC...
Hannah Flowers admits it might have been the taffeta ball gowns and wind-machines behind Celtic Woman that first fired her fascination with the Irish harp at the age of 10. But after the month of lessons her parents gave her as a Christmas present, she knew she had discovered something deeper. “I don’t know what it is about this instrument, but there’s no substitute for it,” she says. “Right away I was hooked.