Glowing reviews and some final Tudor thoughts

As Easter approaches, we’ve had a busy few weeks with two separate programmes.  The first was our touring programme of Tudor Church Music.  Having visited the wonderful audiences of Waterford and Letterkenny in early March, we conclude this tour with a performance in the National Concert Hall on Friday 18 April (Good Friday) at 1.30pm ahead of the RTÉ NSO’s performance of Bach’s Easter and Ascension Oratorios at 3.30pm.  Full details for both concerts available at: Tudor Church Music

If you haven’t been to hear Chamber Choir Ireland before (or haven’t heard us in a while) Paul Hillier, our Artistic Director was recently interviewed by Michael Dervan of the Irish times, setting out the blueprint of our plans for the next few years. You can also read what the reviewers have been saying about us…

Irish Times Interview: “Playing it safe doesn’t get you anywhere” – Paul Hillier speaking to Michael Dervan (full review available on the Irish Times Archive)

Culture Northern Ireland: “imaginatively programmed recital, wonderfully sung by a choir whose exemplary standards of execution place them among a small handful of truly world-class musical ensembles currently active in Ireland.”
To read the full review click here

Irish Times: “Hillier found just the right balance between sweetness and sharpness.” Michael Dervan on Tudor Church Music (full review available on the Irish Times Archive)