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Our History

Craobh Phiarais Uí Ghréagáin is named in honour of Pádraig Piaras Ó Gréagáin. When Piaras, as he was generally known, was born in Dublin in July 1916 his father was a prisoner of war having fought in Boland’s Mill under Éamon de Valera, and Piaras was named after the recently executed Pádraig Mac Piarais.

Piaras’ extended family follow actively in his footsteps. His niece Mairéad Ní Ghréagáin is Musical Director and his sister in law, Sorcha Uí Ghréagáin, is President of the Branch.


Na Múinteoirí

Our Vision is:
To nurture co-operation and friendship within our community through Irish music and culture.

We offer the best in Irish Traditional music education. Many of our teachers are past pupils, and they are all experienced musicians. A list of this years teachers is available below.

Múinteoirí 2024/2025

An Coiste – The Committee

Mairéad Ní Ghréagáin

Musical Co-ordinator

Margaret Mhic Cába


Niamh Uí Chroidheáin


Dan Fay

Youth Officer

Siobhán Ní Dhuibhir

County Board Representitive

Clare Grehan


Aidan Pierce

Public Relations Officer

Bernie Ruddock

Child Protection and Designated Liaison Person