MICHAEL COLEMAN was born in the townland of Knockgraine, Killavil, Co. Sligo on 31st January, 1891. His father, a small farmer, was James Coleman from Banada in Co. Roscommon, close to the Sligo border. He married Beatrice (Beesey) Gorman, a local woman from Knockgrania where they established their home. James was a well-respected flute player and made the family home a focal point for the abundant musical talent in the locality. So great was the musical activity around the Coleman home that it was often called "Jamesy Coleman's Music Hall". Killavil was an area famed for its fiddle tradition, highly developed even in Coleman's very early years.

Michael left school in 1908 at the age of 17 years and continued to pursue his love of music. He competed at the Sligo Feis Ceoil in 1909 and again in 1910, and was placed joint third on both occasions. In 1914 Michael went to Manchester to his older brother, Pat but returned home after several months. hen, in October 1914, when he was 23 years of age, he set sail for America with his friend John Hunt, where he was to spend the rest of his life.

After arriving in New York he began work as a performer with Keith Theatres, a travelling vaudeville with venues in many of the major U.S. cities. After a few years he settled in New York, and in 1917, he married Marie Fanning from Co. Monaghan. They had one child Mary (now Mary Hannon).

MICHAEL COLEMAN was born in the townland of Knockgraine, Killavil, Co. Sligo on 31st January, 1891. His father, a small farmer, was James Coleman from Banada in Co. Roscommon, close to the Sligo border. He married Beatrice (Beesey) Gorman, a local woman from Knockgrania where they established their home. James was a well-respected flute player and made the family home a focal point for the abundant musical talent in the locality. So great was the musical activity around the Coleman home that it was often called "Jamesy Coleman's Music Hall". Killavil was an area famed for its fiddle tradition, highly developed even in Coleman's very early years.

Michael left school in 1908 at the age of 17 years and continued to pursue his love of music. He competed at the Sligo Feis Ceoil in 1909 and again in 1910, and was placed joint third on both occasions. In 1914 Michael went to Manchester to his older brother, Pat but returned home after several months. hen, in October 1914, when he was 23 years of age, he set sail for America with his friend John Hunt, where he was to spend the rest of his life.

After arriving in New York he began work as a performer with Keith Theatres, a travelling vaudeville with venues in many of the major U.S. cities. After a few years he settled in New York, and in 1917, he married Marie Fanning from Co. Monaghan. They had one child Mary (now Mary Hannon).

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Feis Ceoil needs your support to cultivate music in Ireland and assist young musicians in their performance careers. We are hugely grateful for all donations small or large.

Feis Ceoil Association, 37 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
Phone: (01) 6767365 | Email: [email protected]

Ireland’s outstanding young pianists are a source of great excitement and potential, displaying the talent, motivation and ability to enter a high level career in music. However, standards rise quickly and the DIPC aims to offer our most gifted pianists and their teachers a supportive programme that maximises their abilities and their potential.

A gifted young pianist’s programme will offer systematic support to a small number of our most outstanding 13-17 year old students in a series of intensive workshops and masterclasses. Students will be chosen by audition. It will begin in January 2017. Auditions will take place on 12th December, 2016.

Auditions will take place on Monday December 12th 2016. The judging panel will include John O’Conor – Chair, Finghin Collins and Séamus Crimmins.

The Manuscript Collections include material dating from the twelfth century on, with a particular bias towards the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Papers relating to politics, music and language in eighteenth century Ireland contrast with politics, culture and business in nineteenth and early twentieth century China. The personal and literary papers of writers such as Somerville & Ross and Helen Waddell, and the notes and papers of academics Thomas Andrews, James Thomson, R.M. Henry and Charles MacDouall are also included.  

Below is a list of our Manuscript holdings.  Where available, links to further information and detailed inventories are provided. Name and place indices for all listings are in process and collection level descriptions can be found on RASCAL . 

To view manuscript items, please consult the listings below and contact us in advance of your visit. If you are a non QUB card holder you must also register to visit the McClay Library . Access may be restricted in the evenings and weekends. 

MICHAEL COLEMAN was born in the townland of Knockgraine, Killavil, Co. Sligo on 31st January, 1891. His father, a small farmer, was James Coleman from Banada in Co. Roscommon, close to the Sligo border. He married Beatrice (Beesey) Gorman, a local woman from Knockgrania where they established their home. James was a well-respected flute player and made the family home a focal point for the abundant musical talent in the locality. So great was the musical activity around the Coleman home that it was often called "Jamesy Coleman's Music Hall". Killavil was an area famed for its fiddle tradition, highly developed even in Coleman's very early years.

Michael left school in 1908 at the age of 17 years and continued to pursue his love of music. He competed at the Sligo Feis Ceoil in 1909 and again in 1910, and was placed joint third on both occasions. In 1914 Michael went to Manchester to his older brother, Pat but returned home after several months. hen, in October 1914, when he was 23 years of age, he set sail for America with his friend John Hunt, where he was to spend the rest of his life.

After arriving in New York he began work as a performer with Keith Theatres, a travelling vaudeville with venues in many of the major U.S. cities. After a few years he settled in New York, and in 1917, he married Marie Fanning from Co. Monaghan. They had one child Mary (now Mary Hannon).

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Feis Ceoil needs your support to cultivate music in Ireland and assist young musicians in their performance careers. We are hugely grateful for all donations small or large.

Feis Ceoil Association, 37 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
Phone: (01) 6767365 | Email: [email protected]

Ireland’s outstanding young pianists are a source of great excitement and potential, displaying the talent, motivation and ability to enter a high level career in music. However, standards rise quickly and the DIPC aims to offer our most gifted pianists and their teachers a supportive programme that maximises their abilities and their potential.

A gifted young pianist’s programme will offer systematic support to a small number of our most outstanding 13-17 year old students in a series of intensive workshops and masterclasses. Students will be chosen by audition. It will begin in January 2017. Auditions will take place on 12th December, 2016.

Auditions will take place on Monday December 12th 2016. The judging panel will include John O’Conor – Chair, Finghin Collins and Séamus Crimmins.

MICHAEL COLEMAN was born in the townland of Knockgraine, Killavil, Co. Sligo on 31st January, 1891. His father, a small farmer, was James Coleman from Banada in Co. Roscommon, close to the Sligo border. He married Beatrice (Beesey) Gorman, a local woman from Knockgrania where they established their home. James was a well-respected flute player and made the family home a focal point for the abundant musical talent in the locality. So great was the musical activity around the Coleman home that it was often called "Jamesy Coleman's Music Hall". Killavil was an area famed for its fiddle tradition, highly developed even in Coleman's very early years.

Michael left school in 1908 at the age of 17 years and continued to pursue his love of music. He competed at the Sligo Feis Ceoil in 1909 and again in 1910, and was placed joint third on both occasions. In 1914 Michael went to Manchester to his older brother, Pat but returned home after several months. hen, in October 1914, when he was 23 years of age, he set sail for America with his friend John Hunt, where he was to spend the rest of his life.

After arriving in New York he began work as a performer with Keith Theatres, a travelling vaudeville with venues in many of the major U.S. cities. After a few years he settled in New York, and in 1917, he married Marie Fanning from Co. Monaghan. They had one child Mary (now Mary Hannon).

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Feis Ceoil needs your support to cultivate music in Ireland and assist young musicians in their performance careers. We are hugely grateful for all donations small or large.

Feis Ceoil Association, 37 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
Phone: (01) 6767365 | Email: [email protected]

MICHAEL COLEMAN was born in the townland of Knockgraine, Killavil, Co. Sligo on 31st January, 1891. His father, a small farmer, was James Coleman from Banada in Co. Roscommon, close to the Sligo border. He married Beatrice (Beesey) Gorman, a local woman from Knockgrania where they established their home. James was a well-respected flute player and made the family home a focal point for the abundant musical talent in the locality. So great was the musical activity around the Coleman home that it was often called "Jamesy Coleman's Music Hall". Killavil was an area famed for its fiddle tradition, highly developed even in Coleman's very early years.

Michael left school in 1908 at the age of 17 years and continued to pursue his love of music. He competed at the Sligo Feis Ceoil in 1909 and again in 1910, and was placed joint third on both occasions. In 1914 Michael went to Manchester to his older brother, Pat but returned home after several months. hen, in October 1914, when he was 23 years of age, he set sail for America with his friend John Hunt, where he was to spend the rest of his life.

After arriving in New York he began work as a performer with Keith Theatres, a travelling vaudeville with venues in many of the major U.S. cities. After a few years he settled in New York, and in 1917, he married Marie Fanning from Co. Monaghan. They had one child Mary (now Mary Hannon).

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Эта настройка позволяет добавлять в твиты информацию о местоположении, например название города и точные координаты, на веб-сайте и в сторонних приложениях. Вы можете удалить сведения о местоположении из своих твитов в любое время. Подробнее

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