Mary is working across Spain, Latvia, Ireland and the UK in 2018.
Celebrating the wonderful heritage of Scottish & Irish traditional piano music we can look forward to a beautiful and transporting evening of outstanding entertainment.
Blas Éireann A Taste of Ireland Thursday 22nd March from 5:00pm till 6:30 pm. Irish Consulate, Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh Anne Connolly is a widely published Irish poet whose work encompasses many themes. She has performed at numerous Festivals and … Continue reading
Piano Teacher Training Course all Levels, Edinburgh UK Course Director Mary McCarthy, ESA Piano Teacher Trainer UK Dates 8 – 9 July 2017 1 – 3 September 2017 8 – 10 December 2017 8 – 11 April 2018 Teacher training … Continue reading
Suzuki Course in Madrid 19-20th May 2018 with Mary McCarthy
Algeciras, 22nd February 2017 Boecillo, 25 th February 2017 Irish Air. Morrissey’s Jig. Mary McCarthy, Traditional Gigue; from Partita n 1 in B flat Major, last movement (Suzuki Book 4). J. S. Bach Rondo (Suzuki Book 4). W. A. Mozart … Continue reading
Just boarding my flight to Belgrade,Serbia. Nineteen years since I met Professor Statkic and many others, tomorrow,we will meet again… This is my last night here in Novi Sad, Serbia, for now. I will be back-dates have already been discussed, … Continue reading
I first met Ronald in April 1988 in Edinburgh. The occasion was an afternoon of music-making,with Ronald playing and teaching-all part of Ronald’s 60th Birthday Celebration hosted by European Piano Teachers’ Association. The energy, warmth, phenomenal pianism, breadth of knowledge, sense of … Continue reading
3 unique concerts from Edinburgh based pianist Mary McCarthy, celebrating 20 years continuous development in bridging the music of Serbia and Scotland. Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015 19th, 24th and 26th August – Venues vary PIANO TRANSCRIPTIONS OF IRISH AND SCOTTISH … Continue reading
Traditional Piano Music from Scotland and Ireland 4pm 13 August (1 hour) The Jazz Bar ‘Mary McCarthy beguiles with understatement and glistens with melodic clarity. The harmony is at times compound but never over-played showing no need to force the … Continue reading