Having toured extensively throughout Europe, Canada, America, Australia and New Zealand performing at festivals such as Fleadh Cheoil
At the age of seven, Caroline began taking tin whistle lessons at her local Comhaltas branch, and soon
Caroline has been playing concertina for twenty one years and professionally since 2007. She achieved a first class honours while studying Irish traditional music at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at the University of Limerick. She has most recently graduated from the university’s Master of Arts in Traditional Irish Music Performance, where she again achieved the coveted first class honours. Caroline is a prolific composer of contemporary Irish repertoire inspired by her interaction with traditional music on a local and national level, since studying composition within her BA and MA degrees.
In addition to her TTCT diploma in Irish traditional music teaching, Caroline also completed a Professional Diploma in Music Education in 2012. Her versed approach to tutelage is not only a testament to her musical expertise, but demonstrates the patience and empathy of experience. She is a regular performer and tutor at Irish, roots and folk music festivals all over the world, and teaches and performs regularly around the South West of Ireland.
Since 2013, Caroline has been a member of the group FourWinds, performing “an exciting landscape of tunes and lyrics that present Irish traditional music in a modern and creative context”. While on home soil, Caroline currently lives in Dingle, Co. Kerry, where she performs regularly. She is also in the process of completing her solo album.
2013: Caroline Keane & Tom Delany, Framework
2015: FourWinds, FourWinds
2016: Avalon Celtic Dances, Avalon the Show
2017: Never Say Goodbye, Say Good Luck