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  • The Ulster Orchestra & The Priests – SOLD OUT


    Clonard Monastery, Tuesday 6th Aug, 8pm

    The Ulster Orchestra, founded in 1966, is no stranger to Féile or Clonard. It performs live to over 100,000 people a year and has toured throughout Europe, Asia and the US. It has a world-class list of associations including Artist Laureate Sir James Galway and Principal Conductor JoAnn Falletta. Led by Tamás Kocsis, a native of Hungary, the Orchestra has a strong international flavour and continues to attract the best international talent from around the world.

    In the five years since the release of their phenomenal first album, which was recorded in St Peter’s Basilica, The Priests - Fathers Martin O’Hagan, Eugene O’Hagan and David Delargy – have become a global sensation and are amongst the most recognised acts in the world. If you haven’t heard them live yet, then come along for a memorable, beautiful, uplifting evening in the atmospheric splendour of Clonard Monastery.

     

    Tickets £20.00 Available at all Féile outlets.

     

    The Ulster Orchestra

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    The Ulster Orchestra performs live to over 100,000 people a year and, as NI’s only Symphony Orchestra, has toured throughout Europe, Asia and the US.

     

    Formed in 1966 and funded by Arts Council NI and BBC, the Orchestra not only has an award-winning education and outreach programme, reaching over 35,000 people every year, but also a world-class list of associations including Artist Laureate Sir James Galway and Principal Conductor JoAnn Falletta.

     

    Led by Tamás Kocsis, a native of Hungary, the Orchestra has a strong international flavour and continues to attract the best international talent from around the world.

    The Priests

    The Priests shoot NI July 09When The Priests released their first album in 2008, who could have known that global fame lay in store?

     

    Five years later, Fathers Martin O’Hagan, Eugene O’Hagan and David Delargy are amongst the most recognised acts in the world. To date, they have sold three million copies of their debut album, have graced the pages of Time Magazine, and the sofa of Jonathan Ross. They have performed worldwide, to audiences that have included the Irish President and the British Royal Family.


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