The tutors for 2018 have now been confirmed.
Follow the links below for details for each class.
Beginners classes are only available in set dancing, sean nós dancing (juniors ), singing, whistle, fiddle, and bodhrán.
All instrument classes will be graded to ensure that students are in the right class for their ability.
Children with special needs (both physical and mental) are welcome and encouraged to take part in classes. Children with special needs should try to book as soon as possible and on booking should make the Joe Mooney School aware of their needs. The school is committed to try and make every endeavour to accommodate their needs but unfortunately in some cases this may not be possible due to the fact that the Joe Mooney School does not own the class rooms it uses.
Our guest traditional music teachers are leaders/experts in their disciplines, but they have no specific training in being able to identify the needs or accommodate the needs of children with special needs. It is for this reason that children with special needs are required to be accompanied by an adult during the class so that they can get the most from the class in a secure and friendly environment.
The 2018 registration forms are now available for all classes
The 2018 registration form for primary school teachers is now available.
The dates for the 2018 Joe Mooney Summer School are Saturday 21st to Saturday 28th July.
Time to book your accommodation!
Here is the list of venues for the classes and the location of the grading where appropriate.
The Fiddlesticks violin class is now full for this year.
Registration will take place on Sunday 16th between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. and Monday morning from 8.30 a.m. both in the community centre.
We are unable to accept cheques or credit/debit cards at these registrations so payment must be in cash.
The 2017 Joe Mooney Summer School will run from Saturday 15th to Saturday 22nd July 2017.
Classes will run from Monday 17th to Saturday 22nd July 2017.