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MADRIGALLERY AT CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL

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Christ Church Cathedral, Saturday 27 January, 8:00pm-9:45pm

On 27 January 2018 Christ Church Cathedral will host the Irish community choir premiere of Jubilate Deo by Dan Forrest. The soaring, uplifting and soul-stirring composition of Jubilate Deo celebrates the unifying power and beauty of music by presenting its universal message of joy and hope in several world languages including Spanish, Mandarin and Arabic.

The very first Irish community choir to take on this exciting work is Waterford City’s multi award-winning chamber choir Madrigallery. Renowned for delivering high-end performances in collaboration with professional musicians and soloists from Ireland and beyond, Madrigallery is well-known across Ireland’s southeast for acclaimed productions of Mozart’s Requiem and Jenkins’ The Armed Man among many others.

Performance with Chamber Orchestra and Organ. Soloists: Roisin O’Grady and Gina Oberoi. Special appearance by the Mercy Primary School Choir directed by Sinead O’Carroll.

All tickets €15 on the door on the night, children under fifteen free.

For details, pictures, videos and updates visit Madrigallery on Facebook or ring choir Secretary Bridget on 087 988 3720.

Tel:  +353 51 858958
Email: contact.christchurch@gmail.com
Website: christchurchwaterford.com

Christ Church Cathedral, 1 Cathedral Square, Waterford

 

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