Programme

Festival packages start from €165 for off-campus packages and €324 for on-campus accommodation.

Limerick Sings Programme 2019

Wednesday 5th June

New Workshop: ALL EARS with The Real Group, 6 p.m., University Concert Hall

The Real Group is one of the leading forces in the world of vocal music today. Their combination of perfection, personal touch and their wide repertoire have made it possible for the group to collaborate with symphony orchestras, jazz groups, pop bands and international artists.

In a playful and easy way, learn how to ‘listen’ and navigate music. Learn how to widen your thoughts on how to create music and do it together by using your voice, ears and your presence.  Everyone has a voice and we are all equally important.
All Ears is a fun experience to make music together with no written score.

Tickets: €10/€5 Concession

Purchase with a ticket to the Opening Gala for just €24/€20 Concession

Thursday 6th June

Opening Gala – The Real Group, 7 p.m., University Concert Hall

The opening concert of the 2019 Limerick Sings Festival features a performance by The Real Group, a professional a cappella ensemble from Sweden. The Real Group is one of the leading forces in the world of vocal music today. Their combination of perfection, personal touch and their wide repertoire have made it possible for the group to collaborate with symphony orchestras, jazz groups, pop bands and international artists.

Tickets: €22/€18 Concessions

Post-Concert Festival Club Welcome BBQ, UL

PACKAGE PRICE: €40 (Includes Concert Ticket + BBQ)

Friday 7th June

Outdoor Chorus, 2.30 p.m., King John’s Castle

Whether your full choir want to join or just you, why not join in this fun activity? Meet in University Concert Hall for a short workshop and rehearsal and then join us for a short coach journey to King John’s Castle for a performance in the spectacular surrounds of King John’s Castle followed by a tour and light refreshments.

Rehearsal 1 p.m. – 2 p.m., University Concert Hall

Choirs in Concert, 8.15 p.m., Redemptorist’s

The beautiful Redemptorist Church in Limerick city will host this concert by local, national and international choirs. Enjoy a diverse programme of sacred, traditional and folk songs.

Tickets: €10

Post-Concert Festival Club, Dolan’s Warehouse

PACKAGE PRICE: €20 (Must be booked directly with the Box Office 061-331549)

(Includes Outdoor Chorus with transport & refreshments, Concert Ticket + Festival Club)

Saturday 8th June

Bob Chilcott Workshop. 9.30 a.m. – 3 p.m., University Concert Hall

Bob Chilcott, one of the world’s most performed choral composers, visits Limerick on 8th June for a Limerick Sings “Come Sing” workshop. Over the last 30 years, many thousands of amateur singers have enjoyed singing days with the former Kings’ Singer, and singers can anticipate a day which challenges and entertains, teaches and excites them with new repertoire and the joy of singing together.

Tickets: €35/€25 (Concession)

(Ticket Price includes full day workshop, light lunch and use of music on the day. Music can also be purchased directly on the day)

Festival Proms, 4 p.m., Holy Trinity Abbey Church, Adare

This afternoon Proms concert takes place in the picturesque village of Adare and will feature a light programme of song performed by local and visiting choirs. Expect everything from pop to classical – the perfect Saturday afternoon of song!

Tickets: €10

Sunday 9th June

Closing Gala Concert, 7.00 p.m.

This year’s Festival will end on a high with a stunning Gala concert in University Concert Hall. This prestigious concert will feature performances by Milford N.S., Parteen N.S. and Cantet along with Perform International Festival choirs including Missouri State University Chamber Choir, Kickapoo Choir and Bolivar High School Choir under the Baton of Cameron LaBarr.

Tickets: €12/€10 (Concession)

To Book your Tickets or Packages now call our Box Office on 061-331549

You can also add a night B&B staying on campus for just €54 p.p. per night

 

Limerick Sings Opening Ceremony Limerick Sings Launch 2016