Welcome to the Musicantia website

Musicantia is a Roma cultural and advocacy project which runs a music school for young Roma in Dublin


We promote the integration of Roma communities into Irish society.


We promote the cultural and sporting potential of Roma communities.


We educate service providers to prevent discrimination and racism against Roma

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Musicantia was set up as a company limited by guarantee in April 2013 and its application for Charity Status is pending. Musicantia has a Child Protection Policy and all its music teachers and volunteers have Garda Vetting.

Our objective is to assist Roma communities with regard to their rights and responsibilities.

Community Performances by the Music School Choir and Instrumentalists.

Musicantia is a Roma cultural and advocacy project which runs a music school for young Roma in Dublin. We work to promote Roma integration in Ireland.

It is composed of: Drum Kit, Bongos, 2x Keyboard Piano, Bass Guitar, Cymbalom, Trumpet, Saxophone, Tin Whistle, 3x Accordions, and Violin. Style of Music is: An instrumental blend of Fusion-Jazz, World Music, Classical, and Soft Rock, Roma, Balkan music.

Traveller Community

Deputy Aengus Ó Snodaigh asked the Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth the estimated total expenditure on Traveller culture and heritage in 2022. [40525/22]


The Roma Intergenerational Programme – Identifying Health Inequalities experienced by Roma Women & Children

Minister Humphreys Opens Ireland’s Second National Social Enterprise Conference

Social enterprise ‘Musicantia’ provided a welcome musical interlude in the packed agenda.

Musicantia Events

Musicantia Extravaganza

Musicantia Extravaganza – Fundraising concert to support the work of the Musicantia Music Schools

Roma community in employment

Musicantia to engage the Roma community in employment / advocacy services and promote access to mainstream services. Strand 1s – Small. Community Halls

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Local Government

Proudly Supporting Social Inclusion and Active Citizenship in Ireland for over a decade!

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More about Musicantia

Musicantia was set up in April 2013 to promote the integration of Roma communities into Irish society through music education, community arts and advocacy work. It celebrates International Roma Day annually with a concert. It runs a music school for children and young people from Roma backgrounds to ensure continuation of musicianship among second generation Irish Roma.

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