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Irish Harp Centre - Tuition&Courses: Regular Tuition
Founded in 2002 by husband and wife Janet Harbison and Malcolm Gullis in the former village school of Castleconnell (where Janet's great grandmother taught in the 1870s.), the centre's mission is to create a vibrant cultural activity centre for the local community of Castleconnell, the wider Irish community and the traditional music world at large.
Piano: Malcolm Gullis, Katie O'Sullivan Organ: Malcolm Gullis Theory: Malcolm Gullis Junior & Leaving Cert Music: Malcolm Gullis Harp: Janet Harbison, Malcolm Gullis However, if this presents difficulties please do not hesitate to speak in confidence with either the administrator or Malcolm the School Principal.
Background - School - Irish Harp Centre
Malcolm Gullis, President of Irish Music Schools Association, 2008
Irish Harp Centre - Entertainment Agency: Corporate Entertainment
Malcolm Gullis: is a pianist and former Cathedral Musician.
With a background in business and banking Malcolm is our accounts manager guaranteeing that you get best value for your money and that we work strictly within your budget.
Irish Harp Centre: Useful Information
Malcolm Gullis (Piano,Organ,Irish Harp,Theory,Junior & Leaving Cert) Obl.S.B,JP,MA,BA(Hons),FRSA,FICM . Principal.
He began his musical career as a chorister and became Organ Scholar at Southampton University studying with Jonathan Rees-Williams on the famous Father Willis instrument in Salisbury Cathedral and latterly at Lichfield Cathedral. He continued postgraduate studies with Professor Gordon Phillips,Sir George Thalben-Ball, & Professor Arthur Hutchings and had long associations with the music of both Edington Priory and Salisbury Cathedral. An experienced Secondary School Teacher Malcolm has been a finalist in music teacher of the year award and has also undertaken University lecturing. He has taught both in public and private Schools and has three Oxbridge Scholars to his credit. In 2004 he was Limerick County Council Artist in Residence bringing music education to rural schools and has again been awarded this honour in 2006. Also in that year he was awarded a Teachers Reading Fellowship to St. John's College,University of Oxford. Malcolm is a member of both the ISM and association of post primary music teachers.
Irish Harp Centre: Christian Spirituality - Malcolm Gullis
A qualified Secondary School Teacher (Religious Studies and Music), Malcolm has also lectured for the Open University and Open College Network.
He has taught both in public and private Schools and has three Oxbridge Scholars to his credit. In 1976 he founded the National Organ Playing Competition in the U.K. of which Sir David Willcocks was Patron and has served as Assistant General Secretary of the Incorporated Association of Organists and a Council Member of The Friends of Cathedral Music. Malcolm has gained considerable church ministry experience, having contributed to the ministry's of Salisbury and Winchester Cathedrals, together with extensive parish experience in the Southampton area and as Diocesan Reader & Succentor at Limerick Cathedral. Currently he is a reader and Eucharistic Minister at St. Joseph's Church in Castleconnell and is an Oblate of the Benedictine Order at Glenstal Abbey. Research interests include the Theology of Music and Teaching Music as a living language, together with his ongoing journey as a Benedictine and what its spirituality tells us about our daily lives. He describes his passions as 'teaching and ministry as you have to love and live these vocations to do them' and at the Harp Centre he teaches Organ, Piano, Harp, Music theory, Junior & Leaving Certificate Music,together with specialist music teacher in six rural schools. He has twice been awarded the Limerick County Council Artist in Residence and has also won a Teachers Reading Fellowship to the University of Oxford.