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Music Generation Louth’s Tune In 2012 Ends on a High Note

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Music Generation Louth’s summer programme Tune In 2012 ended on a high note this week with a fantastic day of traditional music led by renowned fiddle player Zoe Conway at Bush Post Primary School.

The workshop, attended by a large number of young musicians from across the county and beyond, culminated in a stunning concert for family and friends. The programme included solo and group performances with special musical arrangements created by Zoe herself.

Tune In 2012 workshops have been taking place at various centres in Louth since the start of July with hundreds of children and young people taking part.

The ambitious programme, delivered by a team of fifteen tutors, covered all types of music including classical, traditional and rock/pop as well as music technology.

Co-ordinator for Music Generation Louth Gemma Murray says: We are delighted with the fantastic response to Tune In 2012. It has been brilliant fun getting lots of children and young people together to learn music and perform such a wide variety of music and instruments. We are really looking forward to getting our classes underway in September so that even more children and young people can enjoy learning music through our new service.

Enrolment is now open for classes provided by Music Generation Louth in a range of instruments and musical styles at centres in Ardee, Dundalk, Dunleer, Drogheda and Bush. Details are available on the Music Generation Louth website at For further information, or to enroll, tel. 042 93 64635 or email: