Harry Bradley

Harry Bradley was born in south Belfast. The vibrant recording heritage of the 1920s and 1930s has had a strong influence on his flute-playing style, as has the fiddle and flute music of Leitrim and Sligo and the piping of Séamus Ennis. Noted for his unique tone and driving rhythm, Harry is recognised as one of the most distinctive flute players in Ireland today. He has recorded solo and with John Blake and Jesse Smith as a member of the Taproom Trio. He toured with groups including Altan and Cran, and in 2014 was the recipient of the TG4 Gradam Cheoil Traditional Musician of the Year Award.

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Venue: St Peter’s Church of Ireland, Peter Street, Drogheda
Date: Saturday, September 9
Time: 8pm (Doors 7.15pm)
Tickets: €27

Level: improvers, intermediate, advanced
Venue: The Barbican Centre,
William Street
English only
Adult €15/Child €12 tickets