03/04/2020 - A collective of 52 young harpers and their 4 mentors collaborate on an epic virtual performance
The Music Generation Harp Collective has released a new digital performance collaboration dedicated to front line workers and all the children and young people staying at home to curb the spread of COVID-19.
As we all adjust to a new way of making, creating and experiencing music at a physical remove from our friends, band and choir mates, tutors, colleagues and peers, members of the Music Generation national network are finding new ways to share and celebrate their creativity over the airwaves.
Ukulele Licence is a new, free online resource for children and young people, designed by Rockjam in partnership with Music Generation Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown.
In light of Government advice of Thursday, 12 March 2020, the Music Generation National Development Office will be contactable by email.
Longford and Westmeath Education and Training Board, together with Music Generation, is delighted to announce the appointment of musician and music educator Mary-Jane Sweeney to the role of Music Generation Development Officer for Longford.
Music Generation Meath gets underway, as accomplished musician and music educator Aoife O’Connell is appointed as Music Generation Development Officer.
Young people throughout the county are invited to join a new creative music hub and Uilleann Pipes ‘Taster Session’ as part of the Music Generation Kilkenny programme
17/02/2020 - Music @ Mount Leinster: celebrating 6 years of the annual Irish traditional music festival
Over the past five years, Music Generation Carlow has hosted 'Music @ Mount Leinster,' a celebration of traditional Irish music. As the sixth festival is set to begin, we're delighted to look back on previous years of this inspiring musical experience in Borris, County Carlow.
On Tuesday 11 February, an ensemble of five young traditional Irish musicians represented Music Generation at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City as Mary Robinson, António Guterres and Bono took part in the Irish Government’s launch of 'Drive For Five’, a global call to action for the education of adolescent girls.