Clonakilty Voices to present ‘Musicals in May’

Posted on: 6th May, 2014

Category: Arts & Entertainment

Contributor: West Cork People

Clonakilty Voices, formerly known as Allegria Singers, will present a candlelit concert entitled ‘Musicals in May’ on Thursday, May 8 and Friday, May 9 at The Venue, O ‘Donovan’s Hotel Clonakilty. The group is a talented mixed voice choir under the musical direction of Denise Hayes and Karen O’Regan.

In the past, this group has captivated audiences when they performed for President Michael D Higgins, as part of Clonakilty 400 celebrations last May. A sell out show in The Venue last April also proved a success. More recently, the group performed in Inchydoney Hotel with the Clonakilty Brass Band.

The upcoming concerts will feature solos, duets and choral performances of songs from well-known musicals. With the gifted Seán Ruddy accompanying, each evening promises to be a musical delight for music lovers of all ages.

The proceeds of the concerts will be in aid of St.Vincent de Paul. Tickets are €10 and available from O’Donovan’s Hotel (023) 8833250. Book early to avoid disappointment. Doors open 7.30pm for an 8pm start

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