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Making music education happen for the boys of Scoil Íosagáin, Farranree, Cork City

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In March 2020, reporter Brenda Donohue from RTÉ's Today Show with Maura and Daithí paid a visit to Scoil Íosagáin, Farranree, Cork City, to find out what a musical school really looks like.

The music programme based at Scoil Íosagáin is delivered in collaboration between Music Generation Cork City and Creative Tradition, a partner community organisation that runs social and musical projects, providing tuition and workshops in traditional Irish music, sean-nós dancing, traditional singing, composition and creative music ensembles.

Under the mentorship of their tutors Jessie, Joe, Karl and Paul, and with the unstinting support of the school team, the boys at Scoil Íosagáin have the opportunity to learn guitar, various traditional Irish instruments, to develop a large school choir and even to write their own songs.

Watch the full feature as broadcast RTÉ, Wednesday 4 March 2020.

Scoil Íosagain Music School

As we know schools now are completely different to when we first went into baby infants...most children LOVE school now. We sent Brenda Donohue to visit the boys from Scoil Íosagain in Farranree, Cork to find out if they are the most musical school in the country.

Gepostet von RTÉ Today am Mittwoch, 4. März 2020
Scoil Íosagain Music School