Mary McCarthy is an internationally renowned performer, mentor and teacher.
Her music is based on her heritage of Irish traditional music but she is a true musical explorer who has been involved in many international projects and given recitals all over the world – in Sri Lanka, Norway, Spain, the Caribbean, the USA, Peru and Brazil as well as in the UK and in Ireland. She performs regularly (piano and accordion) with the saxophonist Richard Ingham and has issued six CDs.
Mary is one of the world’s leading Suzuki method experts and has studied directly with Dr Shinichi Suzuki, whose teaching methods continue to revolutionise music education. His philosophy and technique have opened up music learning to pupils of all ranges of ability. Mary McCarthy, with her inclusiveness and personal warmth, is the ideal proponent of this form of teaching. She has been Principal Piano Tutor, BA in Scottish Music at the Royal Scottish Conservatoire, Glasgow, since its inception in 1996 and is Director of National Suzuki Piano Teacher Training Courses in no less than four countries: Ireland, Scotland, Latvia and Spain.
- Scottish Suzuki Piano Course | Little Ireland Arts Collective (LIAC) Scottish Suzuki Piano Course Little Ireland Arts Collective (LIAC) As part of the world-wide celebrations for “Irish Week”, which includes St. Patrick’s Day, Mary McCarthy is working ...
- The War to End All Wars – 17/11/18, St Giles Cathedral The War to End All Wars is a concert of music and spoken word presented by peace charity Dove Tales and exploring successive wars, from World War ...
- Events – October / November 2018 – UPDATED Events in October and November 2018
- Bridges concert programme Details of the Bridges concert series, 2017-2018
- Teacher Training dates 2018 Suzuki Piano Teacher Training Dates in Spain and Latvia, 2018-2019
- Bridges 16 track album
- Scenes from a Mountain Listen using the player below: For more information about the music, and to buy a CD, please visit the Largo Music website >Scenes from a Mountain is a selection ...
- From Pennan to Penang 11 track album with Richard Ingham
- In Praise of Uist 25 track album of piano pieces