Paul Bradley – Fiddle tutor
From Bessbrook, County Armagh, Paul Bradley is a highly regarded traditional fiddle player and composer of Traditional Irish Music. He has appeared on numerous television broadcasts with RTE and BBC and has performed solo and group concerts throughout Europe and America over the last thirty five years. His album Atlantic Roar received a five star review in the Irish Times and receives regular airplay on national radio. He is a fiddle tutor at Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy where he performs annually at the fiddle recital and is a current tutor with Armagh Piper’s Club.
Paul has been a violin maker for over twenty five years. His instruments are played by Rachel Rynne-Lyons, first violinist with Dublin City Chamber Orchestra, Brendan Ó Sullivan of Limerick University Symphony Orchestra and many other players of classical and traditional music. His workshop clientele includes Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Frankie Gavin, members of Fidil and many other well known players.
Paul makes, restores and sells violins at his violin studio in Armagh City.
Thu 28th @ 10:30AM