Globally renowned The Celtic Tenors make April return to Roscommon Arts Centre

Celebrating over 20 years together, The Celtic Tenors are marking their return to Roscommon Arts Centre on Saturday, April 15, with this ever popular show featuring snippets from their ninth studio album, An Irish Songbook.

Celebrating over 20 years together, The Celtic Tenors are marking their return to Roscommon Arts Centre on Saturday, April 15, with this ever popular show featuring snippets from their ninth studio album, An Irish Songbook.

Celebrating over 20 years together, The Celtic Tenors are marking their return to Roscommon Arts Centre on Saturday, April 15, with this ever popular show featuring snippets from their ninth studio album, An Irish Songbook.

Their show will present a selection of some of the best of Irish songs with Rocky road to Dublin, Red is the Rose and Sweet Sixteen and a healthy dose of the tenor classics like Nessun Dorma and La Donna e Mobile. The Celtic Tenors are delighted to be back doing what they do best – bringing some musical magic in their contagiously charming way.

The only tenor group with a truly global audience…whether playing a neighbourhood cathedral or major concert halls in international cities like Sydney, New York, or Shanghai. World class, good humoured performances are assured. They genuinely love what they do and you’ll see that shine in each rendition with beautiful Celtic songs like the Isle of Innisfree, The Parting Glass or the stunning Carrickfergus.

Matthew Gilsenan, James Nelson and Daryl Simpson offer more than beautiful voices and musical artistry. Comfortable in all genres from classical and pop to great Irish folk songs, they bring their audience on a musical voyage filled with fun and laughter. The Celtic Tenors pioneering approach, has welcomed a wider audience and fostered a fresh and invigorating style which has won them critical acclaim and many fans the world over.

Tickets, priced €25 each, are available from the box office on 090 66 25 824 or online at www.roscommonartscentre.ie

 

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