Airs of Old Drogheda & Angels we have heard on high

Airs of Old Drogheda & Angels we have heard on high

Sunday, 8 December 2019, 8.00pm

Angels We Have Heard On High, the famous Christmas carol returns to its hometown and will be the musical highlight and finale of this historic concert. The carol will be sung in English, Irish and French.

A star studded line up will include Mick O’Brien uilleann pipes; Hannah O’Brien, Niamh Browne, Amie Dyer, Amy Judge, Trudy Maguire and Máire Ní Choilm singers; Simon O’Dwyer Bronze Age horns; Brian Dunning flute; Breifne Holohan guitar;The Tredagh Singers, The Boyne Valley Chamber Orchestra and Michael Holohan conductor.

As an added bonus, concert goers will also get the opportunity to hear music from the acclaimed Airs of Old Drogheda concert which took place in the Augustinian Church during the Fleadh Cheoil last August.

On December 8th Michael Holohan composer, singers, soloists, musicians, The Tredagh Singers and The Boyne Valley Chamber Orchestra will come together to re-premiere a new orchestral arrangement of the famous Christmas Carol ‘Angels We Have Heard on High’.
The lyrics of this famous carol was written in 1862, by none other than a man from Drogheda, Archbishop James Chadwick whose parents are buried in the vaults of the Augustinian Church, Shop St.
This concert promises to be an historic evening. The composer feels that it is like ‘bringing the carol back home’ from the wider world and giving it back as a Christmas present to the citizens of Drogheda’.

Drogheda Cares at Christmas
in aid of the Drogheda Alzheimer’s Branch, The Augustinian Venezuelan Project and Barlow House Restoration Fund.

Tickets 15 euro will be available from the Droichead Arts Centre box office, Stockwell St 041 9833946 and the Augustinian Shop, Shop St.

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