Spink has it all for trad musicians

Tommy Fitzharris (Spink Comhaltas ) Medal Winners at   Fleadh Ceoil na hEireann 2012  , performing at the  Cathaoirleach's Reception in County Hall , Portlaoise  for Laois Medal Winners at Fleadh Ceoil na hEireann 2012 .              Photo: Michael; Scully . no Reproduction fee.
Whether its the bodhran or the pipes, the tin whistle or the fiddle, the Spink Comhaltas classes, which resume this month, are sure to be a hit for aspiring trad musicians.

Whether its the bodhran or the pipes, the tin whistle or the fiddle, the Spink Comhaltas classes, which resume this month, are sure to be a hit for aspiring trad musicians.

Apart from experienced teachers, the club operates an extensive music instrument bank to give access to high quality instruments at a low cost.

While the Club facilitates members in preparing for Comhaltas competitions but the aim is developing a love and skill in playing music, and introducing people to traditional Irish Music.

The registration night starts at 7pm and runs to 8.30pm in Knock Hall Spink. The classes resume on Friday 20. Classes for Under 18 members, in Knock Hall, Spink on Friday’s, from 7pm until 9pm (in 3 classes) (September to May). Adult classes in Heritage House, Abbeyleix, on Thursday evenings.