Brona Graham, hailed as one of the most influential banjo players of her time, comes from Portglenone, Co. Antrim. She has numerous Ulster and All Ireland titles for both Fleadh and Scor competitions and is always in great demand for recording. Brona has been teaching the banjo and mandolin for over fifteen years at local comhaltas classes, privately and at workshops all over the world.
Highly regarded for her tune knowledge as well as her impeccable technique, Brona can be found centre stage with the Salamanca Ceili Band and the Knockmore Ceili Band. She also performs regularly with the well known group Beoga and features on many of their CD releases. Brona has a degree in Irish Music and Dance from the University of Limerick.