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Fiddler Gerry O’Connor presents a Workshop and Masterclass

masterclasses, world-music
Ethnomusicology Archive – Room 1630 – Schoenberg Music Building

Join us at the newly-renovated UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive for a masterclass and workshop with Irish traditional fiddle legend, luthier, traditional singer, researcher of regional repertoire, music producer and label owner, multiple All-Ireland champion, and four-time Fiddler of Oriel winner Gerry "Fiddle" O'Connor!

Earlier that day (at noon), O'Connor will give a talk about his recently published tune book, "The Rose in the Gap: Dance Music of Oriel from the Donnellan Collection," as part of Archive Wednesdays.

For more information, email Aaron Bittel or call him at 310.825.1695.

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