In Concert – Celtic Trinity
St. Kevin’s Church, Kilaveney, Tinahely.
Friday 28th November 2014 – 8 p.m.
Join us for a very special evening of music and song in St. Kevin’s Church Kilaveney, Tinahely on Friday 28th November – 8p.m.
Performing artists will be newly formed singing group ‘Celtic Trinity’
Denise Brennan, Avril O’Toole and Karen McGillycuddy,
with special guest Liam Lawton.
Denise Brennan, Avril O’ Toole and Karen McGillycuddy have come together to create a beautiful and very unique sound. The ladies’ soaring voices create a powerful and emotive blend, performing a diverse range of repertoire ranging from popular, crossover, classical and Celtic songs. Their voices blend so beautifully that the sound which they create together is breath taking. Denise, Avril and Karen are professional and highly acclaimed singers. Denise and Avril have toured extensively at home and abroad on stages in the biggest concert halls, opera houses and theatres.
Karen McGillycuddy has trained with Deirdre Masterson and recorded a charity cd to raise money for Cancer Care to great success. Karen also represented her home county in the Rose of Tralee as the 2009 Kerry Rose.
Liam Lawton is a renowned performer and composer. For the past number of years he has been writing, composing and performing his unique style of inspirational and sacred music. Liam Lawton’s music is recognised for it’s truly unique quality in that in touches all people young and old,and has become a repertoire for choirs and soloists throughout the world.
Celtic Trinity will be serenaded by Denise Brennan’s Dad – Pat Brennan on the night.
Also featuring Denise Brennan’s ‘Voiceworks Childrens Choir’ and Lambert Sisters Harpists – Miriam, Brid and Bernadette Lambert have been playing harp for 10 years.
Musical Director will be Mark Cahill and MC Jim Furlong.
Proceeds shared by St. Kevin’s Church, Kilaveney, Tinahely and
APA – A Partnership with Africa.
Available from Murphy’s Butchers Shop Tinahely and
Parish PastoralCouncil Committee. Tel: 086 0611443.
These great performances are not to be missed!