Ireland’s hottest trio - tenors Declan Kell, Ray O’Hare and Dominic McGorian take to the stage at The Source Arts Centre with their amazing voices and can promise you a night to remember!
A very special one-off Three Tenors concert featuring children’s choirs from St Michael’s NS in Holycross and Scoil Ailbhe, Thurles will feature at The Source Arts Centre Thurles on Saturday, May 17th ( 8pm).
Noted for their friendly down-to-earth approach The Three Tenors love to talk with their audience after each performance.
This is the only show of its kind performing annually in Ireland’s leading venues including the National Concert Hall, Cork Opera House, Belfast and Christ-Church Cathedrals to name.
The singers were the only trio invited to perform a crucial part for the opening of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress both in the RDS and in Croke Park in 2012.
Thurles violinist Maria Mason began playing music at the age of three. She gave her first radio performance on Jane Carthy’s ‘Young Musicians’ programme aged four and has extensively toured throughout Ireland, Europe and the USA with groups as diverse as The Irish Chamber Orchestra, Riverdance, Frances Black, Wexford Opera , Phil Coulter, Andrea Bochelli, Boyzone and Rod Stewart to name but a few.
Maria performs regularly on Irish television and radio and is in great demand as a session violinist. This fast-moving concert is packed with the world’s most beautiful, magical feel-good and uplifting songs.
Tickets for this concert are priced at €25. Please call the box office on 0504 90204 or visit sourceartscentre.ie for more information.