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    It depends on where you are. A lot of the trad pubs will have a group playing live music and often the group will include a flute. To hear solos, best to keep an eye on what is playing in venues. The concert hall in Dublin, various music venues such as Vicar street. If you are down the country, Galway has a number of venues, Limerick, the UL concert hall is probably your best bet and Cork, the opera house. almost 10 years ago

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    If you have been dazzled by traditional Irish flute playing with The Chieftains, then you can sit down in Matt Molloy's Pub in Westport Co Mayo, for the price of a pint and hear the same music more electrifyingly pure, more hair-raisingly personal, the Pub is owned by Matt and when not touring he often joins in with the local & visiting musicians for a session. over 9 years ago

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    Check out a band from Co. Tipperary called "A Touch of Irish". They're a 4 piece Irish band that includes a lot of flute work in their music. I saw them last week in Thurles, Tipperary and they were spectacular! over 9 years ago

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