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 2014 Northeast Tionól will be held on October 17-20, 2014, at Gavin’s Resort in East Durham, New York.
Registration is now open! We’re limiting most workshops to 10 participants in order to give everyone a chance for more individual attention, so register early! You’ll get a discount for early registration until August 15.
Note that we’ve posted a Roommates and Transportation Sharing notice on our blog; if you’re looking for a roommate or a lift to the tionól, please post a comment to the blog post.
Instructors for 2014 are listed below; see the Instructors page for bios and photos.
Instructors for the 2014 Northeast Tionól
- Joey Abarta
- Tom Creegan
- Benedict Koehler
- Bill Ochs
- Jimmy O’Brien-Moran
- Máire Ní Ghráda
- Debbie Quigley
- Michael Stribling
- Joe Kennedy
- Matt Mancuso
- MacDara Ó Raghallaigh
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
As of August 9, Gavin’s is sold out for the tionól weekend. Accommodations are available at other motels in the area; see the list below.
•Simply Durham (the website says they’re only open through September but they may be open during the tionól).
Meal rates at Gavin’s for daytime guests are $9.95 for breakfast, $10.95 for lunch, and $21.95 for dinner.
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Here’s our 2014 t-shirt design, “Madame X,” by Tom Klein. You can order yours online with registration and we’ll have it ready for you to pick up at the event.
You can order previous years’ t-shirts and other merchandise from our cafepress site.
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.