The more classical side of Ireland

Visitors to Ireland will be in for a treat if they catch an amazing classical performance from Ireland’s well-respected “Three Tenors of Ireland” at the National Concert Hall this Thursday, 10th April, in Dublin.

Ireland’s hottest classical music trio of Declan Kelly, Ray O’Hare, and Dominic McGorian are three Irish singers that need no introduction having performed concerts in all 32 counties of Ireland and further afield. Firmly established nationally, they are Ireland’s leading trio sensation, out-performing any other similar Irish group, and with over 100 concerts annually in all major venues in Ireland and UK.

The Three Tenors are always in high demand and have just headlined the act to perform for the sell out European Premier for Steven Speilberg’s film  “Lincoln” Starring Daniel Day Lewis in January 2013, following the screening of the film in Dublin. The Star studded event, which was attended by A-List Hollywood celebrities such as Daniel Day Lewis, Sally Field, Steven Speilberg, Bono, The Edge, Chris De Burgh and many others, of which The Tenors did not disappoint with a fantastic mixture of harmony and powerful emotions all displayed through Classical and Opera music.

Following their recent annual sensational tour of Ireland/UK, outstanding performances in Ireland’s leading venues include the National Concert Hall Dublin, Wexford Opera House, Drogheda TLT, Cork Opera House, Killarney INEC, Belfast Ulster Hall, Armagh Cathedral, Belfast Cathedral, and Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin.

Currently the most successful Irish trio, the three amazing singers are in constant demand to appear on Irish television leading talk shows. With their superb voices and friendly down-to-earth approach the trio are not unfamiliar to standing ovations at every concert and promise to deliver a thrilling fast moving concert packed with beautiful and magical songs, these guys will treat you to a fabulous fun night of entertainment – guaranteed!

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