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New York Trad Fest

$40

 

Photo courtesy of New York Trad Fest

 

 

New York Trad Fest
in association with Irish Arts Center

Sunday, October 19 | 7 pm

“Showing off and celebrating the talent-rich New York area…A testament to the fabulous music…and homegrown talent who keep New York the hub of Irish traditional music in America.” – Irish Central

Local masters of traditional Irish, bluegrass and old-time American music come together for the finale of New York Trad Fest at the Irish Arts Center after a weekend of events all over the city. Featuring Brooklyn-born fiddler Tony Demarco, traditional and original folk duet Murphy Beds, American fiddler Kenny Kosek, Irish-American flute and whistle player Joanie Madden, American fiddler Eileen Ivers, American five-string banjo player Tony Trischka, and more, the evening is sure to live long in the memory.

For more information on the full schedule of weekend events, please visit www.NewYorkTradFest.org.

 



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