The Celtic Tenors at St Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal – 5 August 2017
The Celtic Tenors – three tenors, one voice!
See world renowned The Celtic Tenors perform at St Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal on Saturday 5th August at 8.00 p.m.
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Tickets are €25 and are available online at www.themallartscentre.com
Telephone bookings at 087 9593276 or through The Celtic Tenors website (www.celtic-tenors.com).
The only tenor group with a truly global audience…whether playing a neighbourhood cathedral or major concert halls in international cities like New York, London or Shanghai, professional and most of all, good humoured performances are assured. They genuinely love what they do and you’ll see that shine through in each rendition of beautiful Celtic songs like the haunting Danny Boy and exhilarating classics like Nessum Dorma.
Matthew Gilsenan, James Nelson and Daryl Simpson offer more than beautiful voices and musical knowledge. Comfortable in all genres from classical and folk to Irish and pop, they bring their audience on a real musical voyage. The Celtic Tenors continue to break new ground by stepping away from their classical roots, and adding a more contemporary edge. With this pioneering approach, they’ve welcomed a wider audience and fostered a fresh and invigorating style which has won them both critical acclaim and so many fans the world over.
From their No. 1 Chart Positions in Ireland & Germany, (and No. 2 in the UK , US and Australia) to their three platinum selling albums, their international reputation continues to grow. Across the Atlantic, they have achieved Top Ten spots in both US Billboard and Canadian Charts. Having given private performances to world leaders from Bill Clinton to Kofi Annan and many more in between, the Celtic Tenors are a real worldwide phenomenon. They’ve also shown a remarkable ability to capture the hearts of sports fans in international stadia from Dubai and Abu Dhabi to Dublin and Glasgow at opening ceremonies and interval shows.
A wonderful occasion, not to be missed.