New Irish Tenors home for Christmas to play Mountrath

New Irish Tenors home for Christmas to play Mountrath
By arts reporter ryan@leinsterexpress.ie @laoisnews

There’s an exceptional performance from Irish lads who have made their way to the States and are ‘Home for Christmas’, when Trí - The New Irish Tenors play in Mountrath this December.

The New Irish Tenors are quickly establishing themselves as the artists to see in the concert world after successful concerts with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra in Florida.

The singers, Karl Scully from Limerick, David O’Leary from County Wexford and Daniel T. Curran, whose great grandparents emigrated to the US from Derryreel, Co. Donegal, have sung internationally as soloists and now have come together to create an extraordinary trio.

David has sung in concert halls and in sports arenas in Ireland and the US and has even sung for President Obama.

Karl played the role of John McCormack in the film ‘Nora’ and has performed in several operas internationally.

And Daniel has quickly gained an exceptional reputation in opera houses throughout the US.

These three talents on one stage is an extraordinary evening of music.

Direct from New York, they are ‘Home for Christmas’ and will be playing at St Fintan’s Church, Patrick Street, Mountrath, on Sunday, December 17, at 7pm.

Tickets priced €22 are available at the Parish Center Portlaoise; Carrolls Costcutters, Market Square, Mountrath; Martyn’s Centra, Main Street, Mountrath; Anthem Music, Main Street, Portlaoise and at the door on the night.