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Lake School of Celtic Music
Koroit, Victoria Jan 3-8, 2006

By Wayne Richmond
Posted Thursday, December 1, 2005

The 7th Annual Lake School of Celtic Music, Song and Dance is brought to you by The Lake School Committee which is a subcommittee of the Koroit Community Association Inc.

A view of the environment of The Lake School

Tutition at the 7th school includes fiddle, flute, tin whistle, bodhran, singing, ceilidhe dancing, songwriting, tune accompaniment on DADGAD guitar, slow sessions and children's dance, weekend workshops in uillean pipes, harp and anglo-concertina and a poetry writing workshop.

Feature events include:

  • Daily tuition in individual instruments for beginners, advanced and Kids - classes in songwriting, singing, and dance-nightly sessions. Weekend workshops in uilllean pipes, harp and anglo-concertina January 6-8
  • Wednesday January 4 Singers session
  • Thursday January 5 Lake School students folk club
  • Friday January 6 Spud Poets Award, Songs of the Poets Concert featuring Maria Forde, Vince Brophy and Dennis O’Keeffe and the Dancers Concert, weekend workshops Jan 6-8 in harp, concertina and uillean pipes
  • Saturday January 7 Grand Ceilidhe including Lake School concert, Poetry workshop
  • Sunday January 8 Singers Concert,Kids and Parents Ceildhe and Songwriters concert lead by Dennis O’Keeffe
For more information visit The Lake School web site or contact the coordinator, Felix Meagher by email or:

Work: (03) 9873 1700
Fax: (03) 9874 8522
Mobile: (0413) 801 294

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Participants at the 6th Lake School, January 2005