Trad Irish Musicians in House Concert June 7 at 7pm

Multi-award winning young traditional Irish music players, Colm Broderick and Patrick Finley, will perform a private concert at 2365 N. Buffum St. Milwaukee on Tuesday, June 7th at 7pm. This is an unique opportunity to see an exceptional music partnership in the intimate setting of a house concert

An All-Ireland winning piper from County Carlow Ireland, Colm Broderick was presented with a set of uilleann pipes owned by Liam O’Flynn after the death of the master piper in 2018. The pipes have historical significance because of their connection to other top uilleann pipers. They were made in 1938 in Dublin by Leo Rowsome for master piper Sean Reid. Reid loaned them to another master player, Willie Clancy, who later gave them to O'Flynn who played the pipes while breaking barriers with the band Planxty. After his death, the pipes were given to the association of uilleann pipers, Na Piobairi Uilleann, who were tasked with finding someone to take on the mantle of playing the instrument.

Broderick began performing at a young age and is now both a sought after teacher and performer. He was awarded the Gold medal on the uilleann pipes at the Sean O'Riada Bonn Oir competition in Country, Cork in 2020 and has performed a private concert for Irish President Michael Higgins.

Finley from Atlanta, Georgia, is a multiple All-Ireland Fiddle Champion. He started playing as a young child and joined the Atlanta Irish Music School as a fiddle player when he was four-years-old. His distinctive playing style has strong influences from family roots in Counties Sligo and Clare but is also a mixture influenced by a wide range of musicians. He has shared the stage with renowned Irish bands Altan, The Pride of New York and the Brock McGuire Band among others. Finley  recently co-founded the Phoenix School of Irish Arts in Atlanta and teaches all ages on a variety of instruments. He is in demand at workshops and festivals across the United States and Ireland.

“Patrick is one of the top  young fiddlers playing Irish music anywhere in the world today, playing with a maturity and style beyond his years.” - Oisin MacDiarmada.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 on concert day. Concerts starts at 7:00pm doors at 6:30pm.


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