A fine fest for Fèis an Tair­beirt

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What would the Tar­bert Mu­sic Fes­ti­val be with­out Fèis an Tair­beirt?

Mu­sic lovers of all ages joined the var­i­ous work­shops hosted by Fèis an Tair­beirt, from the high tech mu­sic tech­nol­ogy work­shop to the tra­di­tional ac­cor­dion and, of course, an in­stru­ment as old as hu­man­ity, sing­ing.

Fes­tiv­i­ties

New tu­tors such as RURA band mem­ber, David Fo­ley, joined the fes­tiv­i­ties this year, teach­ing young mu­sic en­thu­si­asts the way of the bodhran. Anna Garvin, who is study­ing piano at RSC and is work­ing on her Duke of Ed­in­burgh award with Fèis an Tair­beirt, taught key­boards.

Keep a look out for more Fèis an Tair­beirt events and work­shops through­out the year on their Face­book page: @Fèis-an-Tair­beirt

Gaelic song tu­tor Joy Dun­lop from Con­nel with af­ter­noon adult sing­ing par­tic­i­pants Lucy Blake and Shona Mar­shall.

Key­board and fid­dle tu­tor Anna Garvin and Tar­bert Acad­emy pupil Mor­ven Pais­ley. Also, Ailsa John­son, Codi MacDougall, Lexie Munro and Daisy Brown.

Bodhran and whis­tles tu­tor David Fo­ley of the band RURA with young fo­cused par­tic­i­pants Char­lotte McNeill and Noah Daw­ton.

Sheila Camp­bell and Mau­reen Brankin as part of the fid­dle sec­tion in the af­ter­noon group work ses­sion.

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