Spraoi Chiarraí – the Kerry-based youth group who specialize in Irish folk and traditional music as well as song, dance, storytelling and mentorship – are back in action this coming Saturday August 6th when they will give a free concert in Killarney.
A feast of young Irish folk talent will keep people entertained and they will be joined in the evening by the one and only Tim O’Shea, the concerts director/producer, himself a professional folk musician for decades. Concerts include fiddle, Irish harp, accordion, flute and whistle, Irish Uilleann bagpipes, guitar, harmonica, bodhrán and singing as well as (Irish dancing and Irish storytelling – outdoors only).
The concert will take place at St Mary’s Church in Ireland at 8pm and will be the second of five free concerts taking place in the county over the coming weeks. One of the next concerts will take place outdoors at the beautiful Killarney House and Gardens on August 13 at 2pm.
There will be four evenings in total at St. Mary’s Church in Ireland while the fifth and final concert will be an outdoor performance at Killarney House in the National Park. All indoor concerts are at 8 p.m. while an outdoor performance will take place at 2 p.m.
This year, the group was also invited to perform again at the Puck Fair in August. All shows are completely free and all are welcome, so please come along.
Contact Tim on 087 281 4550 for more information.