Spreagaigí – Small Group Lessons

What is Spreagaigí?


This is name of Music Generation Galway City’s after school clubs, workshops and performances. 

Spreagaigí means “inspire” (plural).


Children and young people are inspired through the acquired skill of learning their chosen instrument in a small group setting. Throughout the year they take part in workshops, performances and more. It is suitable for ages 4-18 years.


Acoustic & Electric Guitar

Band Clubs

Bass Guitar

Brass (Trumpet & Euphonium)




Drums, Percussion & Rhythm




Enrolments are now open for our next Spreagaigí term!


The term commences the week starting Monday, September 5th and will run for 8 weeks until the end of October.

Early Years Musicianship

Hip Hop & Songwriting


Music Production & Beat-Making

Singing Lessons

Trad Fiddle & Violin


Woodwind (Flute & Clarinet)

If you don’t see availability in a particular instrument or programme you would be interested in, please click here to complete an expression of interest form and we will get in touch with you if something becomes available.


 Wellpark & Knocknacarra Spreagaigí Hubs 


Our Spreagaigí hubs take place in Galway Community College and Colåiste na Coiribe after school. Various clubs are provided at a subsidised rate of €8 per week.  Clubs kick-off each term and are facilitated by specialised Musician Educators with Music Generation Galway City.


Spaces are limited so be sure to enrol early. We will prioritise spaces for those who have previously enrolled. Instruments are available to hire at an annual or term-based cost. We require a minimum number of participants in order to run Music Generation clubs, so be sure to tell your friends and register their interest!


We aim to continue to grow our citywide provision and increase access for children and young people aged 4-18 years to experience, collaborate and develop music skills.


As part of a small learning group, Spreagaigí participants quickly acquires the skills of coordination, listening, rhythm, pitch, music literacy and the confidence to perform and collaborate with others on their chosen instrument.


The skills of how to practice the instrument at home are also an integral part of the Spreagaigí programme.