Christ Church Concert
Extraordinary concert at Christ Church Cathedral in aid of the Irish Hospice Foundation
You are invited to attend a very special concert that will take place on Saturday 8th July
at Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. The concert will take place at 8pm and involved over 200 performers!!
The Dublin Choral Festival returns for a second year and this year the concert will be given in aid of the Irish Hospice Foundation.
A chorus of 180 American singers, a traditional Celtic band of internationally renowned musicians, and Dublin’s very own Kaleidoscope Ensemble
will perform a rich and varied programme of Celtic, American and European music. The impressive line-up is completed with mezzo- soprano Aine Mulvey
and Ciarán Kelly,
a member of the ‘Five Irish Tenors’ who recently returned from a very successful tour to the United States.
The theme for the concert is ‘The Celtic Journey, celebrating the Celtic Spirit in its Land, Faith, Music, Life and Hope’.
Land - features excerpts from composer John Cameron’s Missa Celtica, which begins with the haunting sounds of the Uilleann Pipes and involves harp, tin whistle, Bodhran and fiddle together with mezzo- soprano and lyric tenor. John is probably best known for composing the orchestral score of Les Miserables and more recently ‘Zorro, the Musical together with the Gypsy Kings.
Faith - Music of the Great Cathedrals
Magnificat in Bb and Beati Quorum Via - Stanford
I Was Glad - Parry
Music - The New Voice - featuring two works by Norwegian composer Gjeilo
The Ground from Sunrise Mass
The Lake Isle with piano, guitar and strings and using text from Yeats
Life - The New World
Unclouded Day - Shawn Kirchner
Homeward Bound - trad. Arr. by Mack Wilberg,
Brightest and Best of the Stars of the Morning - Shawn Kirchner
Hope - Joy Everlasting
Hear My Prayer - Hogan
In that Great Getting’ Up Morning- Traditional
ADMISSION TO THE EVENT IS 10 EURO AND 8 EUROS FOR CONCESSIONS. ALL FUNDS RAISED GO TO THE IRISH HOSPICE FOUNDATION.
Tickets for the Dublin Choral Festival are available from Christ Church Cathedral's website.