Welcome to Harmania

Harmania is a unique musical cooperative of independent musicians working towards a modern, progressive concept in the approach to music tuition. We are now nearly finished our third year and delighted with the success so far, many thanks to all our supporters. The Harmania Academy incorporates the Suzuki, Kodály, Irish traditional and Classical methods of teaching while covering a wide variety of genres. We also have a determined focus on

Individual Classes

Singing, Piano, Guitar, Drums, Violin, Bass Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo, Flute, Tin Whistle, Saxophone, Recorder and Trumpet Anyone from any level or experience in music can join these classes. They run for 30 minutes, Monday to Thursday from 1pm to 9pm, Friday from 1pm to 8pm and Saturday from 12.00pm  to 6.00pm. Mornings are also available to book – Just confirm the most convenient slot. You can phone, Linda Monday to

Junior and Senior Certificate music

Individual grinds throughout the year & at Easter Anyone studying Junior or Senior Certificate Music who need extra help or cannot enrol in this subject in school can now take lessons at Harmania. Our qualified, experienced teachers can work with the individual throughout the entire year guiding them through the syllabus and their specific needs. Price is €20 per student per class. You can pay for the full year of

Art Classes Harmania

Art Workshops Please book by appointment with Linda at reception to attend our workshops. We are currently taking bookings for the Christmas workshop. Classes are 2 hours in total. Up to 8 can make up a class and classes must be be paid for in advance as places are limited. Price is €30 per 2 hour session. Please email art@harmania.com &nbsp

Easter Piano Workshop 2016

Thurs 24th to FRI 25th March: Easter Suzuki Piano Workshop 2016 For all our current Suzuki Piano families, we are hoping to arrange a mini-Easter camp with extra curricular activities as part of the course to tie in with all individual & group class activities throughout the year. This is especially important for anyone who is unable to attend the National Summer Camp in Cork this year (July 2016).