player, Zoë Conway, is a prodigious talent, equally at home in both traditional and classical styles. From an early age she
was surrounded by music as her brothers and sisters all played, and after learning the tin-whistle, banjo and piano, she began
playing traditional fiddle.
In Ireland, the classical and traditional music worlds rarely mix, but by her
mid-teens, Zoë was competing and winning in both the classical feiseanna, and the traditional All Ireland competitions.
“Zoë has a unique ability to switch, chameleon-like from one style to the
next.” Sunday Independent