Thomastown church date for three Irish tenors in Kilkenny

Sean Keane

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Thomastown church date for three Irish  tenors in Kilkenny

Exquisite tenors Shane Morgan, Dominic McGorian, Derek Moloney who will sing in Thomastown

After sell-outs in Belfast Waterfront, Lyric, Cork Opera House, Shane, Dominic, and Derek, The Three Tenors, Ireland are coming to Thomastown.
They will bring their special brand of magic to Thomastown Parish Church on Friday, November 9 at 8pm.
Performing up to 100 concerts annually in premier venues throughout Ireland and the UK, this year the trio sold-out the 5 star Belfast Lyric Theatre two months in advance.
They also performed in Armagh, Christchurch Dublin and Galway Cathedrals with standing ovations at every concert.
The trio have regularly appeared on both BBC, RTE Radio One and on TV3.
In February 2018, the trio performed three songs live and chatted on RTE Radio One Sunday with Miriam.
The RTE music award winners; Shane Morgan, Dominic McGorian, Derek Moloney, promise you a night to remember.
This thrilling concert is a classic-mix packed with beautiful spiritual favourites, Ave Maria, The Prayer, I Believe and a superb selection of uplifting songs ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’‘Time to say Goodbye’.
Also from Sinatra (My Way), from Pavarotti (O Sole Mio) and popular Irish songs ‘Homes of Donegal’ ‘Spanish Lady’ ‘Caledonia’ ‘Sweet Sixteen’—something for everyone.
Their noted friendliness and connection with their audience makes this a unique Tenors concert.
The trio was the only group selected to perform a unique part for the opening of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress both in the RDS and in Croke Park Stadium Dublin in June 2012 before an audience of 100,000 people.
Ireland’s favourite trio was the headline act to perform for the sell-out European Premiere for the film "Lincoln" sharing the stage with leading stars Sinead O’Connor and Chris De Burgh.
Among the attendance were Daniel Day Lewis, Steven Spielberg and Sally Field (who singled out the trio requesting to meet them afterwards).
In 2016 the trio was selected by the Irish Government to headline the 1916 Centenary State Reception in Dublin Castle on Easter Sunday for 3000 special invited guests from around the world.