Monday, 10 August 2009

Have a banjo holiday in Co. Clare, Ireland


Bill Forster, a banjo player with over thirty years' experience of teaching and playing bluegrass music in Britain, the US, and elsewhere, moved to Co. Clare, Ireland, a year ago. Bill now offers banjo-players the chance to improve their playing among the beautiful scenery and many amenities of East Clare, which is also one of the most noted centres for Irish traditional music.

The area is easily accessible either via Shannon airport (half an hour's drive away) or via the ferry routes to Dublin (approx. three hours' drive). Local accommodation is plentiful, and a list can be provided if required.

Bill can cater for group and individual lessons and any ability level. Lessons can be tailored to specific requirements as required, and the cost to the individual student will be reduced in larger groups. More details and some typical Clare scenery can be seen here.

Contact Bill Forster
Uggoon
Tulla
County Clare, Ireland
Tel: 0656831604 (from Ireland); +353 656831604 (from outside Ireland)
e-mail