Monthly Archives: May 2018

Goethe-Institut Choir: Saturday June 2nd, St. Ann’s Church, Dawson Street

The Goethe Institut Choir, conducted by John Dexter, will perform Will Todd’s Mass in Blue accompanied by the Will Todd Ensemble, featuring the composer himself on piano, along with soprano Sinead O’Kelly and saxophonist Patrice Brun.  A rare opportunity to hear a performance in Ireland of this dynamic, uplifting, and highly popular jazz setting of the Latin mass.  The concert also features works by Tallis and Tartini.

Tallis – O Nata Lux de LumineTartini – Violin Sonata in G Minor (Devil’s Trill Sonata)       David O’Doherty (violin)       Catherina Lemoni (piano)Will Todd – Mass in Blue for Soprano, Choir and Jazz Ensemble

A concert ticket will also give free entry to a Jazz Workshop which will be given by Will Todd in the Edmund Burke Theatre in Trinity College, Dublin at 7pm on Friday 1st June.

Ceiliúradh Choir Performs Stabat Mater by Pergolesi – Thursday May 31st

Ceiliúradh Choir, a Sandymount based vocal harmony group is performing a choral version of Stabat Mater, composed by Pergolesi, in St Mary’s Church, Anglesea Road, on Thursday 31 May.  Two of our basses, Kieran McAllister and Brian Ingoldsby are joining the group for the performance.

“It is a lovely work and it would be nice for some of the Dublin County Choir to come along and support us in supporting this choir.” Brian Ingoldsby


Dublin Symphony Orchestra – 50th Anniversary

Established by our very own Colin Block 50 years ago, the Dublin Symphony Orchestra will be celebrating its anniversary with a performance in the National Concert Hall on Wednesday, June 13th at 8:00pm.

Their first concert on 12 November 1967 was conducted by Colin and featured Veronica McSwiney performing Schumann’s Piano Concerto no.1 in A.

Tickets can be purchased through the NCH and cost €20 for adults and €10 for children.  Concession tickets cost €15.

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