Held every year since 1986, the Northeast Tionól is a weekend of classes, workshops, and concerts focusing on the Irish uilleann pipes and fiddle.
The 2015 Northeast Tionól will be held on October 16-19, 2015, at Gavin’s Resort in East Durham, New York.
We’re thrilled to announce our instructors for 2015! Bios, photos, and sound clips will be posted later this spring. Registration (along with a detailed list of classes and workshops) will open in July, but you can go ahead and reserve your room at Gavin’s now. Note that Gavin’s usually sells out by early August, so don’t wait too long to reserve.
- Síle Friel
- Ivan Goff
- Patrick Hutchinson
- Caoimhín Ó Fearghail
- Kieran O’Hare
- Fiachra O’Regan
- Anthony Santoro
- Cillian Vallely
- Jim Wenham
- Liz Knowles
- Oisín Mac Diarmada
Registration and Accommodation Fees
Tionól Registration Fees
(Registration will open in mid-July)
- $135 early bird (opening of registration through August 15)
- $150 regular registration (Aug. 16 – Sept. 30)
- $175 on-site registration
Gavin’s Resort Packages for the Tionól Weekend
- 3 Nights: $259.00 per person for double occupancy. $518.00 for single occupancy. Includes 9 meals beginning with Friday night dinner and ending with Monday morning breakfast.
- 2 Nights: $189.00 per person for double occupancy. $387.00 for single occupancy. Includes 6 meals beginning with Friday night dinner and ending with Sunday morning breakfast.
Packages include service charges for housekeepers and wait staff. NY 8% sales tax is additional.
To reserve a room, call Gavin’s at (518) 634-2582. If you want to share a room but don’t have a roommate, visit our blog and leave a comment on the 2015 Roommates and Transportation Sharing post.
Meal rates for daytime guests are: $9.95 for breakfast; $10.95 for lunch and $21.95 for dinner.
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The Northeast Tionól would like to acknowledge with appreciation the support we’ve received (financial and otherwise) over the years from Na Píobarí Uilleann. The tionól has also received support from Culture Ireland.