Lake School 2018

Koroit Victoria January 2 January 7 (Annually)
The Moyne Celtic Traditions Association Inc. Presents:

Cathy Blake & Ewan Baker fiddlesThe Nineteenth Lake School of Celtic Music Song and Dance

Learn to Play Irish Music, Dance Irish Steps,

The Lake School of Celtic Music Song and Dance began in the year 2000 set in the traditional Irish town of Koroit, just out of Warrnambool, Victoria. So you don’t need to go to Ireland!

Being diverse and inclusive in our approach we have formed a Slow Session which allows students to play with other beginner and intermediate players. All instruments are taught at levels from beginners to advanced.                                             ‘

‘Thought I’d come for one year but I’ve made life long friends’

You can immerse yourself in the culture whilst learning:

Connor Hoy

Conor Hoy

Guitar or Mandolin
Banjo or Ukelele
Whistles, Flute or Pipes
Fiddle
Harp or Cello
Bodhran
Button Accordion
Concertina
Singing Groups
Dancing
Songwriting Workshops

If instruments or dancing aren’t your thing, we have:

James Joyce Readings
Poetry or Irish language
Breadmaking

Lake School 2013 photos 2-192

 

We offer a fun children’s program for 4 hours in the morning which frees up parents to do classes. If you have teenagers, don’t stress! we have a resident film maker and a talented artist who run the Youth program known as The Art Shed…very popular.

So book your accommodation and purchase your tickets and we will see you there!

Prices: Adults $235 – Children under 18 $130 – Family $530
Early Bird tickets purchased before August 31 – 10% discount and by 30th September – 5% discount.

Tickets: www.trybooking.com/BPGM

or contact Jim – lakeschooladmin@mcalinden.id.au

Program information: Felix Meagher; See also: LS lealet 18

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