Courses moving online
Due to Covid-19, the courses in Meath Music Academy in April have unfortunately been cancelled. In good news though, we will be moving some of those courses online, making them available throughout Ireland at any one time at a reduced cost. We’ll make an announcement with more details soon. We look forward to returning to Meath Music Academy in the future with a broad range of courses and seeing you all in person, but in the meantime, we are excited about extending access to everyone who may not have been able to join us in Meath in April.
MLI will be running multiple courses in Meath Music Academy, Navan on Sunday 26th April 2020. Visit our Workshop page to get more information and to book a place.
Following the success of her talk to postgraduate students at the joint postgraduate conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland and International Council for Traditional Music Ireland hosted at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick in January 2020, Dr Majella Boland has been invited to speak to postgraduate students in the Department of Music, Maynooth University 12 February 2020. She will discuss how the PhD process opened up many opportunities to her that eventually paved the way for the founding of Music Literacy Ireland.
Music Literacy Ireland adjudicates Scale Competition
This competition on Thursday 7th November 2019 is organised by Ostinato: Education and Wellness Consultancy in conjunction with Music Literacy Ireland. Sign up at for the event at https://ostinato.ie/events/
MLI will be running workshops in Moate on Sunday 10th November and Navan on Sunday 17th November. Visit our Workshop page to get more information and to book a place.