Harry Bradley - Flute
Harry Bradley was born in South Belfast. The vibrant recording heritage from the 1920s and 30s has had a huge influence on his flute-playing style as has the playing of musicians such as Seamus Tansey, Dessie Wilkinson and piper Seamus Ennis, to name but a few. Noted for his unique tone and driving rhythm, Harry has come to be recognized as one of the most distinctive flute players in Ireland today.
He has toured internationally and recorded both as a soloist and with groups such as Cran and Altan. In 2014 he was the recipient of the TG4 Gradam Cheoil Traditional Musician of the Year Award.
The Airt of Flute Playing
- 3 hours (2 x 1.5 hours) of group classes per day for 5 days
- 1 individual masterclass with Harry during the week
- A house concert featuring Harry and local artists
- Opportunities throughout the week to discuss the theoretical, technical, performative, professional aspects of flute playing
Accommodation, Food and Activities
- Accommodation for 5 nights in an Irish speaking and musical household
- Breakfast, lunch, dinner and evening snack using top quality locally sourced ingredients
- Seaweed baths and massages available
- 7 miles from Dingle town
- 3 minutes walk from the sea and heritage sites
- Hill walking and guided walks available