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Narrow Water Arts Festival: Young Artist Showcase

The Church, Cloughmore Road, Rostrevor, County Down, BT34 3EL
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Young Artists Showcase

Our area has some of the most talented young artists on the island as demonstrated in the recent Northern Ireland Young Musician of the year competition. Join some of the top prizewinners for a beautiful Sunday morning coffee concert.

Daire Downey - piano
Paige McDonald - harp
Lucy Qua - violin
Sarah Hoburn - soprano

The Church, Rostrevor, 11am

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Adult£10.00 per ticket
ChildFree

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