Irish Music Summer School

We are re-launching our Irish Music Summer School after a long covid-driven break.

It will run from 31 July to 4 August.

See flier below for information

8th Annual Irish Music Summer School in Luxembourg, 31/07/2023-04/08/2023

St Patrick’s Day Céilí – Saturday 18th March

After a few years of having to continuously postpone our céilís, Comhaltas Luxembourg is delighted to announce that our St. Patrick’s Day céilí (balfolk) is back for 2023!

We will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in the Centre Culturel Hollerich on Saturday 18th March 2023, with a kids céilí at 14.30 and then another céilí that evening for adults.

Live music and performances from local Comhaltas musicians and dancers.

Tickets €10 on the door. Doors open 19.30, céilí dancing starts at approximately 20.00.  Cash only bar.

Scaipigí an scéal !

McGowan Munnelly concert – 20 January 2023

Comhaltas Luxembourg and Folk-Clupp Lëtzebuerg ASBL, in collaboration with Neimënster, are proud to welcome Shane McGowan and David Munnelly to Luxembourg as part of their Benelux tour

Date / time: 20 January 2023, 20.00

Venue: Salle Chapelle Neimënster, 28 Rue Münster L-2160 Luxembourg

Tickets 20 € / 1,50€ Kulturpass

Dave Munnelly is a virtuoso on the diatonic accordion whose repertoire includes the traditional music of his native Ireland as well as European music and his own compositions. He has played with Niamh Parsons, The Chieftains, De Dannan and the Accordion Samurai (with Riccardo Tesi, Markku Lepistö, Simone Bottasso and Kepa Junkera).

Shane MacGowan is an in-demand guitarist, having played with Dave for twelve years, but has also played with groups such as Slide, Geraldin MacGowan and John Carty Festival Band.

For more information and videos:

Booking: – T + 352 / 26 20 52 – 1
Information :

All-Ireland Trio concert in Luxembourg

All-Ireland Fleadh Winners
Centre Culturel Cessange, rue St Joseph L 1838 Luxembourg
Saturday 10 December 2022
Doors 19h30, tickets EUR 15; students & members EUR 10

The Fleadh is a traditional Irish music competition which has been held annually since 1951. Musicians from around the world compete in a range of categories as solo musicians, duos and trios, right up to céilí drum bands, and with instruments from fiddles and flutes to bodhráns to bouzoukis. Comhaltas Luxembourg asbl is proud to invite this year’s Trio winners to Luxembourg for an evening of music and entertainment at the Centre Culturel, Cessange on Saturday 10 December 2022.

The Trio winners this year are 3 young musicians from County Down:
Oisín Bradley – Concertina
Aoibhín Morgan – Fiddle
Lucia Morgan – Flute

All members of Warrenpoint Comhaltas, they have been immersed in Irish traditional music from a young age. In developing their music, they have performed at numerous local events and have travelled throughout Ireland. They have been involved in branch groups and bands and enjoyed music trips abroad to North Carolina, Kirovsk and St Petersburg. At the Iúr Cinn Fleadh 2022 they performed alongside Tim Edey at the headline concert with The Sands Family from Rostrevor, Co. Down. Other events include festivals, radio programmes, Fleadh competitions, concerts and weddings. In between university studies
and performing, they also really enjoy teaching music.

The Trio will perform at the Centre Cultural, rue St Joseph, Cessange on 10 December 2022.

Doors open 19h30, General entrance EUR 15; Students & Comhaltas members EUR 10. For information on how to become a member of Comhaltas Luxembourg click here.

Music workshops (concertina, fiddle and flute) will be organised on Saturday afternoon. For additional information please contact

 British & Irish Film Festival Luxembourg 2022

 British & Irish Film Festival Luxembourg 2022 will take place from 16-24 September 2022, in an in-cinema format.

The film festival provides a unique opportunity for viewers to experience a wide selection of new films from Britain and Ireland. The 9-day event will include 13 feature-length films from a cross-section of genres and representing mainly independent cinema, as well as a couple of short films. In addition, there are three special events being held midweek, including two seminars plus a special “Solidarity with Refugees” event.

Of perhaps special interest to Comhaltas members and supporters are the following documentaries:

Continuing Traditions by Dónal Ó Céilleachair, about blending Indian classical music and Irish traditional music (Saturday 17 September, 19.00 @ Ciné Utopia, followed by a reception with music from Comhaltas musicians);

Steps of Freedom, The Story of Irish Dance (IE, 80 mins) by Ruán Magan, about how Irish dance developed over centuries (Friday 23 September, 18:30 @ Cinèmathèque);

For more detailed information on the programme, please visit

General Meeting, Friday 4 March

We are coming out of a long period of dormancy and picking up activities again.
Dance classes have been taking place since the fall but no sessions until recently.

We are holding a General Meeting on Friday 4 March in Eirelux from 19h00 to restore the committee,  discuss activities and membership.  Volunteers are welcome to join the committee, especially representatives of the dancers.  If you have suggestions or proposals but are unable to attend, feel free to mail us.

We have sessions in Eirelux on the First Friday of each month so the General Meeting will be followed by a session in the bar.

Note that current covid rules will apply

McGowan Munnelly concert **POSTPONED**

Comhaltas Luxembourg and Folk-Clupp Luxembourg, in collaboration with Neimënster, are proud to welcome Shane McGowan and David Munnelly to Luxembourg as part of their Benelux tour

Date / time: 22 January 2022, 20:00 **Postponed until January 2023 due to COVID restrictions**

Venue: Salle Chapelle Neimënster, 28 Rue Münster L-2160 Luxembourg

Tickets 20 € / 1,50 € Kulturpass

For more information and to purchase tickets see or email

COVID check required, for more information please see