CARTHAGE — Later this month, New England Celtic Arts will present The Press Gang, a trio known for blending traditional Irish music with its curiosity and aptitude for other styles.

Squeezebox player Christian “Junior” Stevens, fiddler Alden Robinson and guitarist Owen Marshall will perform Wednesday, April 28, at Skye Theatre Performing Arts Center in Carthage; and Thursday, April 29, at Unity College Center for the Performing Arts.

Flutist Nicole Rabata will join the “gang” for this tour of Central Maine.

Stevens, an in-demand performer and teacher, has performed with some of the genre’s most talented artists. Robinson is also respected as a performer throughout New England’s traditional music community. Marshall, a multi-instrumentalist, has performed worldwide with many of traditional music’s top acts.

Rabata, who has performed throughout Europe and the United States, is recording her first solo album featuring traditional Irish, Breton, Scandinavian and French-Canadian music as well as her own compositions.

Curtain is at 7 p.m. at Skye and at 7:30 p.m. at Unity. There will be a preshow jam session 45 minutes prior to curtain when audience members are encouraged to bring their instruments and play with the artists for a few minutes.

Concert tickets are $10. Skye Theater is at 2 Highland Drive off Winter Hill Road and U.S. Route 2 in Carthage. Unity Center for the Performing Arts is at 42 Depot St. in Unity. For reservations, call Skye Theatre at 562-4445 or UCCPA at 948-7469.