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Horaires d'ouverture

Du lundi au vendredi : 14h - 18h
Nocturne le mercredi jusqu'à 20h
Fermé week-end et jours fériés

Un pass sanitaire vous sera demandé

Contacts

Carole Jacquet
Responsable des ressources documentaires

Marion Mossu
Chargée de ressources documentaires

Tel : 01 58 52 10 83 / 33

Où nous trouver ?

Tout près du Panthéon !
Centre Culturel Irlandais
5, rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

RER B : Luxembourg
Métros : M10 Cardinal Lemoine / M7 Place Monge
Bus : 84, 89, 21, 27

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110 Irish Fiddle Tunes, Volume 2

Article

The Lilting Fisherman (Jig); The Munster Buttermilk (Jig); Gallagher's Frolics (Jig); Queen of the Rushes (Jig)
Onwards and Upwards with Sina Theil

Article

Maryann McTeague Keifer in conversation with Sina Theil for Irish Music Magazine.
“Flowers of Fire”

Article

U2 have always managed to hold a narrow line between social awareness and partisan political allegiance, belonging to a broad category of music that Rachel E. Seiler calls “contemporary conscious popular music”, which includes “music of any genr[...]
John & William Neal

Article

Aidan O'Hara writes about the publishers of the first complete collection of Irish tunes, 1724.
Waiting for the Arc

Article

For Mike McGoldrick, one of the busiest musicians in any genre, the Covid-19 lockdown has been a major pause, affording him family time, but conversely, he tells Sean Laffey; it's made a right hames of his summer plans.
Eileen Ivers Scatters the Light

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Sean Laffey talks to New York based fiddleer Eileen Ivers about her new album, which overflows with the gift of positive energy.
Goderich Goes Virtual for 2020

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Artistic Director at Goderich, Ontario, Canada, Cheryl Prashker in conversation with Robert Heutston, Publisher of Irish Music Magazine.
Johnny McEvoy

Article

Lar Flynn chats to one of Ireland's most loved and cherished performers for Irish Music Magazine.
Scythian's Roots and Stones

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Sean Laffey talks to Danylo Fedoryka of the band Scythian, who are regular headliners on both the Celtic and Americana festival circuits in the USA.
Celtic Thunder

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Lar Flynn found out about Celtic Thunder when he spoke with the show's producer Sharon Browne, and to Ryna Kelly from Co. Tyrone, a member of the group since its origins.
The Levey Collections, The Dance Music of Ireland

Article

The Little House Under the Hill (Jig); The Rakes of Irishmen (Jig); The Connemara Jig
Nioclas Toibien (1928-1994)

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Aidan O'Hara acknowledges the significant contribution of Nioclas Toibin to Irish Traditional Music.
Celtic Heart

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This spring PBS America will broadcast Celtic Heart, a collaboration between Tippenary Celtic violinist Mairead Nesbitt and American composer Tim Janis. Sean Laffey delves into the details of the DVD and TV show.
Clannad, In a Lifetime

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Sean Laffey caught up with Moya and Pol Brennan as they were partway through their UK tour in March.
Mairtin O'Connor - Legacy

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Recently celebrated on Sé Mo Laoch Mairtin O'Connor's dazzling versatility on the button accordion and his reputation as a composer inspires generations, across genres and continents. Anne Marie Kennedy spoke to him about his career to date, com[...]
Shaskeen - Fifty Years and Flying It !

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Shaskeen are celebrating fifty years on the road throughout 2020. Pat Costello, Eamonn Cotter and Tom Cussen met with Anne Marie Kennedy to talk enthusiastically about life, memory, music and the pursuit of a good dinner!
A Memorial Weekend in the Catskills

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Irish Music Magazine are pleased to preview the 43rd East Durham Irish Festival, New York over the Memorial weekend where Reidin O'Flynn and team have assembled a stellar line-up in what promises to be a mouth-watering two days of Irish Music.
Michigan Irish Music Initiative

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Éamonn de Barra discusses the 2020 Competition which is supported by Irish Music Magazine.
The Music of Connla

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Maryann McTeague Keifer in conversation with the high flying Trad Groupe Connla for Irish Music Magazine
O'Neills 1001, The Dance Music of Ireland

Article

The Connachtaman's Rambles; Out On the Ocean; The Hag With the Money; Humors of Glendart; Hinchy's Delight; The Monaghan Jig; The Mooncoin Jig; The Maid On the Green
Music City Irish Fest 2020

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Contents: Welcome to Music City Irish Fest 2020 Meet the executive director: Brenda Willis The entertainment 2020 Schedule of events Nashville's Irish cultural scene Musicares - War memorial auditorium
O'Neill's 1001, The Dance Music of Ireland

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McFadden's Handsome Daughter ; McFadden's Own Reel ; McFadden's Favorite ; McFadden's Mishap ; Bonnie Kate ; The Contradiction Reel ; The Reconciliation
Patrick Weston Joyce (1827-1914)

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Aidan O'Hara writes about a leading Irish scholar and one of the greatest collectors of Irish music and song.
Tradfest 2020

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Tradfest Dublin celebrates their 15th Anniversary from January 22-26. Tradfest History Live at the Hub Interview with the Artistic Director Entertainment Line-Up The Smithwick's Sessions Fringe Events
Bobby Casey (1926-2000)

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Aidan O'Hara writes about the esteemed Clare fiddler with "an easy-going and likeable personality" whose playing style was described as gentle "with an exceptional flair for variation".
A Complete Guide to Learning the Irish Flute

Article

The Sligo Jig Little Stack of Barley The Limestone Rock Lucy Farr's Barndance
Kate Rusby Is In Love With Christmas

Article

Kate Rusby has been on the professional music scene for nearly 30 years. Well, 27 to be exact. So it was an absolute delight for Grainne McCool to catch up with her for a pre-Christmas chat.
Liam Clancy

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On the tenth anniversary of Liam Clancy's death, here is a personal recollection by Sean Laffey.
McGuinness's Music

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Throughout his long and varied playwriting career, Frank McGuinness has made extensive use of music from a plurality of genres. Music plays a variety of roles in the plays, supporting and enriching dramatic themes and moods. The music of Irish E[...]
The Crannua Collective

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Musicians Ashley Davis and Cormac de Barra provide the backgrounf about their innovative new album in conversation with Deirdre Cronin.
A Fresh Take From Goitse

Article

Bodhran player and percussionist extraordinaire Colm Phelan is a busy man. He takes time out there to talk to Mark Lysaght.
Leonard Barry, Delan Folan and Shane McGowan: Hurry the Jug

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Leonard Barry, Delan Folan and Shane McGowan have bene playing together for many years. Their new album "Hurry the Jug" is out now. I really enjoyed catching up with these three renowed musicians, says Grainne McCool.
Tom Munnelly (1944-2007)

Article

Aidan O'Hara writes about Irish folk-song collector and archivist, Tom Munnelly.
John Doyle's Path of Stones

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Sean Laffey talks to John doyle about his new album The Path of Stones and the road he's taken to get there.
Return to London Town 2019

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Message from the festival director The entertainment line-up The festival history over 20 years Irish traditional music in London
Jigjam

Article

It was early July and for once Jamie McKeogh of Jigjam was at home in Tullamore. Sean Laffey grasped the chance and put a call in to the guitar and tenor banjo player to find out about Jigjam's new album : Phoenix.
Johnny Doran (1908-1950), Uilleann Piper

Article

Aidan O'hara reflects on the contribution to Irish music of a major figure from the Traveller Piping Tradition.
One for the Foxes

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Anne Marie Kennedy spoke top Tadhg O Meachair and Joanna Hyde about the creative aesthetic of the trio.
Pittsburg Irish Festival 2019

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Articles : Welcome to Pittsburgh Irish Festival 2019 The Entertainment 2019: an impressive line-up of artits Pittsburgh Irish Festival: the history Irish Food Showcase
Milwaukee Irish Fest

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The world's largest celebration of Irish music and culture returns to the shores of Lake Michigan, August 15 through 18 at the Henry Maier Festival Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. What originated as the seed of an idea for an event to put a spotli[...]
Sam Henry (1878-1952)

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Aidan O'Hara writes about Sam Henry who'd have liked people to say of him: "He put an old song in our mouths".
Breandan Breathnach (1912-1985)

Article

Aidan O'Hara reflects on his significatn contribution to the Irish music tradition.
Dervish: Songs for the Long Haul

Article

Eileen McCabe talks to Shane Mitchell as Dervish celebrates 30 years on the road.
25th Annual Catskills Irish Week July

Article

Catskills Irish arts week 2019, taking place in East Durham, New-York, July 14-20 and featuring an impressive line-up of Tutors and Concerts.
Colom O Lochlainn (1892-1972)

Article

Aidan O'Hara reflects on his significant contribution to the Irish music tradition.
Gardens All Wet With Rain

Article

‘Ecomusicology’ is a developing field that looks to explore the interface between modern eco-theory and a range of historical and contemporary musical phenomena. Generated as it is by a country in which ideas of space/place and ideas of music fe[...]
Galway's High-Achieving Musical Inheritors

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Having had the privilege of attending a BackWest Live gig at the Galway Arts Festival 2018, I can enthusiastically applaud the abnd for its individual and collective talent, writes Anne Marie Kennedy.
Canon James Goodman (1828-1896)

Article

Aidan O'Hara reflects on the significant contribution to the Irish Music Tradition.
Raising the musical anchor again

Article

"There are moments when Flook are playing that we kind of just dissolve into it; we're not playing the music, it's playing us," Brian Finnegan tells Eileen McCabe.
RUNA are on song with the errant night

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Sean Laffey is in conversation with Shannon Lambert-Ryan of the band RUNA.
Micheal O Suilleabhain (1950-2018)

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An overview by Aidan O'Hara of a significant contributor to Irish Music and Culture.
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Musique

THE GLOAMING, Musicien ; Thomas BARTLETT, Musicien ; Dennis CAHILL, Musicien ; Martin HAYES, Musicien ; Iarla O LIONAIRD, Exécutant vocal ; Caoimhin O RAGHALLAIGH, Musicien | [S.l.] : Real World | 2019
The Gloaming is Iarla O Lionaird (voice), Caoimhin O Raghallaigh (hardanger d'amore), Dennis Cahill (fiddle), Thomas Bartlett (piano)
Cherish the Ladies

Article

Anne Marie Kennedy met with Joanie Madden, the powerhouse of professional and radiant energy, exuberant, generous, articulate, a virtuoso musician and clever businesswoman behind the success of the band that is now thirty-three years in existence.
Christie Henessy

Article

Sean Laffey talks to Hermione Hennessy about her father and the making of The Last Goodbye.
IMBOLC 2019

Article

Derry City Music Festival connects through the global scope of music, dance and culture.
Mairead Nesbitt celtic violin collection and her life in the USA

Article

Millions of people know her as the fiddler from Celtic Woman. Now she is settled in Boston and immersed in a number of musical projects she tells Sean Laffey.

Livre

Eamon MAHER, Éditeur scientifique ; Eugene O'BRIEN, Éditeur scientifique | Berne : Peter Lang | 2019
This collection of essays explores the concept of patrimoine, a French word used to denote cultural heritage, traditional customs and practices – the Gaelic equivalent is dúchas – and the extent to which it impacts on France and Ireland. Borrowi[...]
Winter Papers 5

Livre

Kevin BARRY, Directeur de publication ; Olivia SMITH, Directeur de publication | Ballinafad : Curlew Editions | 2019
Contributors and interviewees include: Kevin Barry, Kevin Breathnach, Jonathan Brennan, Marina Carr, Wally Cassidy, Denise Chaila, Shane Curtin, Brian Farrell, Olwen Fouéré, Patrick Freyne, Eleanor Hooker, Caoilinn Hughes, Atoosa Pour Hosseini, [...]
Karan Casey

Article

Grainne McCool in conversation with Karan Casey.
Last man standing

Article

Sean Laffey talks to Damaris Woods about Last Man Standing, the latest album from Derek Warfield and the Young Wolfe Tones.
Bobby Casey (1926-2000)

Article

The influential Clare Fiddler's life is recalled by Mark Lysaght.
Garadice

Article

Sean Laffey sits with Garadice and finds out there's a whole lot of Leitrim going on.
Stevie Dunne, Live at the Crosskeys

Article

Grainne McCool talks to banjo player Stevie Dunne about his new album.
Catskills Irish Arts Week 2018

Article

A Sense of Home in the Hudson Valley. Deirdre Cronin reflects on the annual Catskills gathering.
High Octane Trio Talisk Take Their Music Beyond

Article

Winners of the 2017 MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards' Folk Band of the Year, Talisk are certainly one of the fastest rising bands on the international folk scene, writes Grainne McCool.
Sligo Live 2018

Article

Sligo Live takes place on the October Bank Holiday Weekend from Wednesday 24th to Monday 29th October.
An Avalanche from Imar

Article

Sean Laffey asks award-winning concertina player Mohsen Amini to shine a light on Imar.
Banjo Jewel

Article

Anne Mary Kennedy spoke to Damien O'Kane about the muses, the music, his own musical journey and working with the banjo legend Ron Block.
Coscan

Article

Sean Laffey talks to David Nevin about twenty years of the band Coscan.
Dublin Irish Festival 2018

Article

Celebrating the homeland from the heartland. Featuring: Openning Message, Meet The Executive Director, Cultural Relations, Historical Timeline, Entertainement Line-up. Also countains a map of the festval.
Séan O Riada (1931-971)

Article

Aidan O'Hara provides the background on a remarkable man whose contribution to Irish Music was immense.
110 Best Irish Mandolin Tunes

Article

The Chicago Reel; The Abbey Reel; Over the Moor to Maggie; Fearghal O Gadhra
Payday for the Unwanted

Article

The Unwanted, Cathy Jordan, Rick Epping and Seamie O'Dowd, are three Sligo-based musicians who bring with them an exceptional talent and a lifetime dedication to their music, writes Grainne McCool.
Tommy Potts (1912-1988)

Article

Mark Lysaght considers the career of one of the tradition's most enigmatic players.
We Banjo 3's Haven of Strings

Article

It's difficult to know what to mention first when tipping the hat to the two sets of brothers, Martin and David Howley and Enda and Fergal Scahill who are We Banjo 3, writes Eileen McCabe.
Catskills Irish Arts Week

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Irish Music Magazine chats with Executive Director of Catskills Irish Arts Week, Reidin O'Flynn.
Fleadh Nua 2018

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A festival of performance and participation which takes place in Ennis, County Clare from May 20th-28th, 2018.
From Tullamore to Dollywood

Article

Jigjam are a multi-award winning quartet from the head of Ireland, the Midlands. Grainne McCool discovers they've spent the early part of 2018 in Dollywood, Tennessee.
Leo Rowsome (1903-1970)

Article

Aidan O'Hara explores the life of the legendary uilleann piper and pipe maker.
Chief O'Neill 1848-1936

Article

Aidan O'Hara provides the background on a remarkable man whose contribution to the Tradition was immense.
Ciaran Bourke 1935-1988

Article

An appreciation of the late Ciaran Bourke of The Dubliners by Mark Lysaght.
The Dublin Legends

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Mark Lysaght talks to Paul Watchorn of The Dublin Legends.
The Next Chapter from Connla

Article

Northern Ireland's Connla have released their third CD, The Next Chapter. Bill Margeson finds out all about it.
Tuesdays With Paul

Article

Aidan O'Hara talks to Charlie McGettigan about his new CD, Tuesdays with Paul.
Music City Irish Fest 2018

Article

There's an old Irish saying, which says, "The hands are there for friendship, the heart is there for love". Well, those words align perfectly today with the sentiment that is shared ever-increasingly by Ireland and Nashville, writes Jim O'Keeffe.
Avenging and Bright

Article

Sean Laffey puts in an early morning video call to Damien O'Kane in Yorkshire.
Getting Ready for the Homecoming

Article

Gavin Murphy, the musical director of Celtic Woman, talks to IMM's Sean Laffey.

Livre

Chapitre 1 : Au temps de la société gaélique Chapitre 2 : Les traditions musicales populaires, 1600-1850 Chapitre 3 : A la recherche d'une musique nationale, 1700-1920 Chapitre 4 : De la campagne à la ville, 1850-1960 Chapitre 5 : Richesse m[...]
Kila Pota Oir

Vidéo

KILA, Musicien ; Anthony WHITE, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | Dublin : Kila Records | 2018
Part documentary, part concert-film this film is an intimate glimpse of Kíla at their best in concert, at their most relaxed backstage and at their funniest on the road.
Michael Coleman (1891-1945)

Article

Aidan O'Hara looks back over the career of one of the most influential fiddlers in the tradition.
Moore Than the Music: Christy on the Road

Article

Eileen McCabe writes an in depth review of the new Christy Moore album On The Road.
Ronnie Drew 1934-2008

Article

A Reflection by Mark Lysaght of the late Ronnie Drew, an iconic figure in Irish Music.
Song of Granite

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Pat COLLINS, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | [S.l.] : Thunderbird Releasing | 2018
A critically acclaimed, lyrical and unconventional profile of the life of the complex and enigmatic Joe Heaney - one of the greats of traditional Irish singing (sean nos), and the country that made him. Shaped by the myths, fables and songs of [...]