Traditional Irish Music played by a traveling band of Internationally known, local talent. If you know the style, join in. Everyone else, relax and enjoy the free music that encourages lively conversions.
Baltimore Irish Arts Center: Created and led by Baltimore resident musician Laura Byrne, Baltimore Irish Arts Center was founded in 2001. Our purpose is to ensure the longevity of Baltimore’s vibrant traditional Irish music scene through promotion, accessibility and education. Small group classes are held intermittently throughout the year and we also host the annual Baltimore Irish Trad Festival which was started in 2012.
New Century Irish Arts: The New Century American Irish-Arts Company empowers traditional artists by supporting the creation and pursuit of vocational work in the traditional arts, thereby encouraging careers in the field and facilitating public access to traditional culture.
Every Sunday (except Easter, April 5th) 3-6pm, No Cover! Evan Tucker and The Schmucks got a great write up in The Baltimore Jewish Times.
The next 2015 Beginning Scottish Gaelic Language Classes are 6pm Wednesday; May 6, May 20, June 3, June 17, July 1 and so on. Instruction is by Scott Morrison from An Comunn Gàidhealach Ameireaganach(The American Scottish Gaelic Society or ACGA) $10 per class, www.acgamerica.org .
Classes take place at Liam Flynn’s Ale House, 22 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21201. Classes take place every other week. Changes will be emailed to class list.
Contact: Liam Flynn #(443)956-1702
Ale House #(410)244-8447
See our Parking information and directions above in the menu bar.
Liam Flynn’s Ale House offers a cozy spot for your party. Relax with your friends, family, staff, and clients by celebrating with us. We take reservations of 4-80 people. It’s simple, just call.
Contact Liam Flynn’s Ale House: (410)244-8447
Liam Flynn: (443)956-1702
The Old Time jam is open to anyone who wants to play although this is going to be an advanced, “fast” jam. We’ll be playing old-time tunes up to speed. That being said, anyone is welcome to join the jam or just listen. My father Ken Kolodner (fiddle and hammered dulcimer) and I will lead the jam but others are more than welcome to lead tunes. We’ll just make sure things stay organized. For those of you who are beginners, I suggest you come on out, have a bite to eat or something to drink and at least listen to the jam. You’ll be surprised at how much you can learn just by listening.
The Blue Grass jam is free and open to those that love the music.