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MADRIGALLERY PRESENT JOHN RUTTER’S MAGNIFICAT

Christ Church Cathedral, Saturday 25th May at 8pm to 10pm

59391455_10157296893776473_7529669215733678080_n.pngMadrigallery is a multi award-winning community chamber choir with a wide-ranging repertoire from early polyphonic music to modern works written especially for the choir. Madrigallery Chamber Choir is renowned for delivering high-end performances in collaboration with professional musicians and soloists from Ireland and beyond.

DR Kevin O’Carroll, Madrigallery’s principal conductor since 1995, is a nationally recognised choral specialist and in high demand as a teacher, choral consultant, guest lecturer and adjudicator. Over the years, Kevin has conducted groups from many countries across the globe.

Chloe Kiely is a graduate of the CIT Cork School of Music, having studied voice with Robert Craig. She has performed with renowned groups such as Madrigal ‘75, Irish Youth Chamber Choir, Eurochoir and the Choir of St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral. Last July, Chloe travelled to Inner Mongolia as a member of the World Youth Choir, making her the seventh Irish person to be awarded a place in the choir’s history. A keen soloist, she has recently performed with the East Cork Choral Society, and during the Project Music concert series at the House of Waterford Crystal.

Tickets €20/15 concession, available at the door on the night, or ring choir secretary Jean on 086 819 6618.

Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford
Contact: 051 858 958
Email: contact.christchurch@gmail.com

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