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Event Details

 

The Ennis Sisters - Stratford Summer Music

Event Date: Saturday Aug. 5th, 2017

Event Time: 8 pm - 9 pm

Host: Stratford Summer Music

Contact: 519-271-2101

Details:

The Ennis Sisters - Stratford Summer Music

Newfoundland is definitely a unique and wonderful island and there’s no doubt that The Ennis Sisters are among that province’s gifts to Canada and the world.  These siblings were born and raised on Irish Newfoundland tunes.  Their father is a traditional button accordion player;  their mother grew up on the southern shore of the Avalon, surrounded by music.  And throughout their childhood, if their parents weren’t making music, it was coming through the radio – particularly the Irish Newfoundland radio shows, which aired on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

Buoyed by multiple accolades, including a Juno Award, East Coast Music Awards, and Music Newfoundland and Labrador Awards, not to forget a successful 2016 run on our own MusicBarge, Maureen, Teresa and Karen Ennis return to Stratford Summer Music for an evening of contemporary folk songs sung with their specialty, a traditional Irish Newfoundland twist.   



This event is wheelchair accessible.

Cost: $40/Per person + HST (+5 at the door)

Location: Stratford Masonic Concert Hall, Stratford, 15 Church Street, Stratford


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