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ALTHOUGH GEORGE Friederich Handel’s Messiah is one of the most universally loved of all choral works, its popularity has an extra intensity in Ireland as the country feels a certain ownership of it.
Wide Open Music and the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra present Tasmin Little with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra on tour in Castlebar on December 5 at 8pm at the Royal Theatre. To coincide with this event Mayo Youth Orchestra have been preparing a programme which they will perform with Tasmin Little in a short pre-concert performance at 7.15pm in the Royal Theatre on the night of the RTÉ NSO concert. Over the last number of weeks musicians from the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and conductor Fergus Sheil have visited Mayo Youth Orchestra to help coach the young players in preparation for the concert. The pre-concert performance is free and all are welcome to attend.
THE MUSIC OF Beethoven and Mozart will be heard in Lackagh Parish Church at a benefit concert for the church’s parish centre on Friday December 6 at 7pm.
THE OPERA Eugene Onegin will be broadcast live via satellite from The Metropolitan Opera, New York to The Eye Cinema, Wellpark.
Mullingar Choral Society is about to start rehearsals for the 2013/2014 season.
Two exhibitions at the Custom House
Summer solstice charity concert
THE MORNINGTON Singers, the award winning Irish chamber choir, will perform its concert, De Profundis, in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, this Saturday at 8pm.
As the sun was rising over Lough Lannagh, Castlebar on Sunday morning, some 150 people gathered at the lakeside to take part in the final event of the second Mayo International Choral Festival. The dawn chorus marked the close of the four day event at which some 1,100 singers and guests took part in concerts, competitions, street performances, and tours of Mayo. The festival programme was launched two weeks earlier, by the UK’s Reading Male Voice Choir.
The Marine Institute Singers were singing on high after emerging victorious in the inaugural Galway Choirfactor Competition which took place in the Radisson Blu Hotel on Friday April 12. Organised by the Corrib Lions Club as a fundraising initiative for Kilcuan Retreat Centre in Clarinbridge, the event attracted a capacity audience of more than 700 people.