Armagh Pipers Club Events

Armagh Pipers Club was founded in 1966, and has just celebrated 48 years of musical activity in the Armagh area. Dedicated to the development of traditional music, the Club has achieved worldwide acclaim, particularly for its innovative music education programme. APC has been in the forefront of producing teaching materials since the 1970s. Initially set up to promote the playing of uilleann pipes, the Club now caters for a wide range of instrumental music as well as singing. The club recently opened Áras na bPíobairí a dedicated club premises with an auditorium, pipe making workshop, archive, exhibition space and a visitors reception area. Situated right in the centre of Armagh it has enabled the club to add to it’s repertoire of classes including a new highland piping class due to commence in September 2014. A  group composed of tutors and students from the club are playing at Piping Live! this year.

Áine Mallon - Fiddle player and singer – tutor in Armagh Pipers Club

Ciaran Hanna - Concertina and Flute Player, singer, concertina tutor with APC – member of  ‘Reel it in’  and ‘Ioscaid’  BBC 2 Young Traditional Musician of the Year award winning group

Rós Hendron - Accordion and keyboard player and singer – traditional society music convenor at Cork University

Fintan Mulholland - Uilleann Piper – winner of the 2012 Mark Donnelly bursary – tutor at Armagh Pipers Club – Member of ‘Ioscaid’  BBC 2 Young Traditional Musician of the year award winning group

Caolan Hendron - banjo player – finalist at 2011 Gael Linn Siansa Grupa Ceoil competition – tutor with APC – Traditional Music Convenor at Magee University, Derry.

Dermot Mulholland – singer, banjo & guitar player – tutor in Armagh Pipers Club – member of ‘Ioscaid’ BBC 2 Young Traditional Musician of the Year award winning group.

Emmet Mulholland - singer & fiddle player – Tutor in Armagh Pipers Club
 Niall Hanna – singer & guitar player – member of ‘Reel it in’