Aidan Sheehan

Aidan Sheehan
Name: Aidan Sheehan
Phone: 07812 143 226
Contact: Aidan Sheehan BA (Hons) PGCE

User-friendly, learner-focused traditional music workshops, suits all ages and abilities. Learn diatonic harmonica (all styles), folk percussion (spoons, bodhran), jaw harps, pennywhistle, ukulele, singing and song-writing.

Workshops for particular themes or for “specific target groups” including elements of history, linguistics and storytelling. Fully qualified teacher (PGCE) with over 20 years teaching experience. Arts centres, festivals, colleges, recording studio work, Urdd,  Arbrawf Mawr / Big Experiment (tutor), Urdd (supporting musician) orchestra pit, schools, theatres, adult education, corporate events, community projects, special education, mental health, senior citizen groups, institutions, private parties, Skype lessons, trac events, adult education classes, radio / TV / cinema, after-school clubs, holiday activities and at various themed events.

A multi-instrumentalist, recording artist, session player and seasoned performer, organising various music events, open mic nights, community concerts and band gigs. Established Cardiff harmonica and ukulele club. Member of the Musicians Union (i-teach), tuition delivered via the National Harmonica League, TRAC, Bristol Folk House, Head 4 Arts, Bristol Plays Music and more.

Founder member of several excellent bands including Whiskey River (with Martin Blake) and The Box Band (with members of Bluehorses).

DBS + Safeguarding certificate, Public liability Insurance (all via MU). References available on request.

Tuition rated “excellent” (both HM Estyn Inspectorate and Bristol Plays Music).

“Be assured of an effective, inspirational workshop experience”.

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