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New York Trad Fest

$40

 

Photo: Murphy Beds (Credit: Anna Colliton)

 

 

New York Trad Fest
Presented in association with Irish Arts Center

Thursday, November 5 | 8 pm

Local masters of traditional Irish, bluegrass and old-time American music come together to launch New York Trad Fest at Irish Arts Center. Curated by Brooklyn-born fiddler Tony Demarco, the concert features traditional and original folk duet Murphy Beds, two-time Grammy Award-winning violinist Andy Stein, American jazz guitarist Glenn Crytzer, Dublin uilleann piper Ivan Goff, and many more joining forces for a kick-off evening sure to live long in the memory.

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

 



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