Eden School of Music was founded in 2014 by Emilija Paliulyte. Over the past 5 years the school has expanded from one room in a house, outgrown 2 buildings and is now situated at custom fitted sound proofed classrooms at 100 JKL Street.

We pride ourselves on hiring only the very best of teaching staff – all our staff are qualified to a minimum of Grade VIII on their chosen instrument, all are fully Garda vetted and most are full time musicians with a wealth of experience, musical knowledge, and a passion and desire to share that knowledge with the young people of Edenderry.

We believe that learning an instrument not only teaches a new skill, but also aids the personal development of children and young adults.
Our reputation for excellence has seen the ongoing growth of the business, and we are continuously adding teaching hours to our schedules to keep our waiting lists as low as possible.

We are always happy to chat to parents and potential students, and our front desk is open daily from 2pm where we’d be happy to discuss all things music with you.

About Our Founder

Emilia Paliulyte

Piano, Organ.

B.A., M.A. DipLCM,ATCL, LTCL.

An accomplished pianist with a passion for music and languages, Emilia has started her music career at the age of 5 and has since accumulated a strong portfolio of performances with Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, Midlands Youth Orchestra and has won over 30 music awards from competitions in Lithuania and Ireland. She also took part in RTE’s talent show “Class Act”.

After receiving a scholarship from the UCD Philharmonic Orchestra in 2010, she spent the next three years of her Bachelor’s degree under the tutelage of Dr. Ciaran Crilly, majoring in both Music and English. Following a Bachelor of Arts degree, Emilia finished a Master’s programme in Modernity, Culture and Literature, and decided to go back to her ultimate passion – music – by opening up ESML in 2013. The school has been featured in three documentaries and Ken Wardop’s movie “Making the Grade” in 2018.