Monday 23 October 2017

Teenage sisters from New Ross will play in Arts Centre

By Esther Hayden

The Carty Sisters, Saoirse, Naoise and Ciara.
The Carty Sisters, Saoirse, Naoise and Ciara.

A young three-piece group from Wexford will be creating waves at Wexford Arts Centre on Friday, March 18 at 8.30pm

The Carty sisters, a three-piece New Folk/Trad music group have a unique modern energetic style which encompasses well known trad tunes and songs with a youthful upbeat vibrancy, showing musical skill well beyond their tender years.

Saoirse, Naoise, and Ciara aged 16, 14 and 11 respectively, are a traditional music group hailing from New Ross. They have a unique modern energetic style which encompasses well known traditional tunes and songs with a youthful upbeat vibrancy and musical skills well beyond their tender years. The young group has performed at various concerts and festivals around the country and opened shows for Irish music legends such as Sean Keane, Louise Morrissey and Sharon Shannon.

Tickets costing €10 are available at

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