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Headline Concert in Vienna to mark Ireland’s EU Presidency

To mark Ireland’s Presidency of the European Union, award-winning Irish traditional musicians We Banjo 3 will play the ORF RadioKulturhaus on Wednesday, 13 February.

We Banjo 3 are delighted to be performing in Austria for the very first time.

The quartet from Galway, Ireland, combines Irish Music with Old-Time American and Bluegrass influences to reveal the banjo’s rich legacy and roots.

Enda & Fergal Scahill and Martin & David Howley are among the most celebrated and distinguished young musicians in Ireland today.

Featuring banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, vocals and percussion, We Banjo 3 make a bold and extraordinary musical statement.

Creativity, sensitivity and passion are present in full measure and Irish music is at the heart of what they play. For more on the band, see http://www.webanjo3.com/

Tickets for the ORF concert are €18 and are available at the following link.

Vienna Times






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