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NI Opera’s Young Artists to Perform Messiah with Fermanagh Choral Society – Sunday 29th March at 8pm

Featuring members of NI Opera’s Young Artists’ Programme, mezzo-soprano Helen Aiken and tenor Conor Breen will perform solos in Handel’s Messiah with Fermanagh Choral Society accompanied by the Orchestra of the Western Sinfonia.

For more details and to book tickets, call the Fermanagh Visitor Information Centre on 028 6632 3110 and tickets are priced £8 with free entrance for schoolchildren.

Spring Serenade – St. Patrick’s Church, Glenarm, Friday 20th March, 7.45pm

Featuring members of NI Opera’s Young Artists’ Programme and Larne Concert Choir, this spring evening of music will include choral favourites and solo arias by Hamilton Harty, Benjamin Britten and W.A. Mozart.

Friday 20th March, 7.45pm
St. Patrick’s Church, The Cloney, Glenarm
Admission £8 on the door and includes supper

Soprano – Andrea Delaney

Mezzo-soprano – Helen Aiken

Tenor – Conor Breen

Pianist – Jonathan Rea

The Magic of Mozart – Ards Arts Centre, Saturday 14th March, 8pm

Featuring members of NI Opera’s Young Artists’ Programme, this magical evening of music will include scenes and arias from Mozart’s most popular operas including The Magic Flute, Così fan tutte and The Marriage of Figaro. For more details and to book tickets, visit the Ards Arts Centre website – www.ardsarts.com

Sopranos – Andrea Delaney and Maria McGrann

Mezzo-soprano – Helen Aiken

Tenor – Conor Breen

Pianist – Donal McCrisken

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