Learn Irish Songs

With Diane Ní Chanainn

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Céad Míle Fáilte

Fáilte go suíomh idirlín le cleachtanna, eolas agus treoir a fháil le amhrain a fhoghlaim i

Free Lesson

I am offering a free lesson so you can see what the content will be like. Each month there are several of these added.

“There’s a real sense of contemporary sensibility here, without taking away from the traditional authenticity. It’s a delicate balance, but there’s an effervescence and sense of dynamics that creates a sparkle”

-Irish Music Magazine

“As tobar na Gaeltachta, dlúthdhiosca úr ó bhean de cheoltóirí sainiúla Thír Chonaill. Rogha bhreá amhrán anseo agus poirt as croí an dúchais. Beidh iomrá ar an cheirnín seo ar feadh i bhfad.”

– Lillis Ó Laoire 

“Diane Cannon is one of the finest singers of her generation in both the Gaelic and English Ballad traditions. She is steeped in her native Donegal Gaeltacht heritage and is bringing the old songs to a new generation with this new album.Diane is blessed with a strong melodic voice which breathes new life into the old songs handed down to her through family and friends.”

– Mairead Ní Mhaonaigh 


Video Lessons

View a series of instructable videos that will help you on your path to learning how to sing Gaelic song and partake in this unique and ancient tradition.

1 to 1 Tuiton

One to one tuition from a professional recording artist and teacher, native to the Gaeltacht in Co. Donegal.

Find Your Voice

• Learn Songs in Gaeilge at any level
• Gain Confidence speaking Gaeilge through song
• A great way to introduce Children to the language and songs
• Vocal skills ornamentation, breathing, projection etc
• Performance anxiety – learn how to combat stage fright and gain confidence
• Looking after your voice


It’s not often that a new voice arises out of an ancient tradition, managing to fuse the richness of the past with the promise of the future. Forged out of the centuries-old traditions of her native Donegal, Diane Ní Chanainn is a singer who brings the songs and the music played by the hearth fire of a long gone Ceilí house, to the sophisticated tastes of a 21st century audience.

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