Hgeocities.com/chris_corrigan/music.htmlgeocities.com/chris_corrigan/music.htmldelayedx aJcU)OKtext/html~)b.HTue, 21 Nov 2000 18:24:16 GMT4Mozilla/4.5 (compatible; HTTrack 3.0x; Windows 98)en, * aJ) Chris Corrigan -- Irish Music on Flute and Tin Whistle
Chris Corrigan
Irish Music on Wooden Flute and Tin Whistle
(604) 683-3080  corcom@interchange.ubc.ca





I am a traditional Irish musician living in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, playing dance music on wooden flute and whistle.

Upcoming Gigs

January 20, 2001 8:00pm
Victoria Community Hall, 2026 East 43rd Avenue, Vancouver
Irish Ceili Society gig as "Ceol Harbour."  With Randy Vic (banjo) and Dave Marshall (fiddle).

March 17, 2001 8:00pm
Victoria Community Hall, 2026 East 43rd Avenue, Vancouver
Irish Ceili Society gig as "Ceol Harbour."  With Randy Vic (banjo) and Dave Marshall (fiddle), featuring a performance by Vi Moore's adult dancers.  Can YOU think of a better way to spend St. Patrick's Day?

Background

I have performed at a number of venues, festivals and concerts around British Columbia and Washington State including the following:

My main instrument is a keyless Casey Burns African blackwood flute in D. I have a six key Hammy Hamilton D flute made of African blackwood on order.  I highly recommend both of these makers.

Together with a small collective of musicians, including fiddle, banjo, guitar and accordion, I am available for private functions, dances, weddings, concerts and festivals.  Please phone (604) 683-3080 for bookings, or email me at corcom@interchange.ubc.ca

I don't teach professionally but if you come down to the Irish Heather on a Tuesday, I'll be happy to show you what I know.


Links and friends

For more information about Irish flute playing, visit Brad Hurley's page, which is as comprehensive as it gets.  There you will find a list of makers, interviews with Irish flute players and a set of links to other Irish flute resources on the Internet.

Another great site, with resources on how to play the Irish flute is maintained by Rob Greenway.

Also, while you're here, why not visit the homepage of my friends Mad Pudding, Vancouver's original Celtic funkmeisters.

She's the queen of the contra dance in Vancouver and an occasional session drop in -- Marian Rose!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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