HELLO & WELCOME!
‘Just needed to say thank you to everyone for the most wonderful evening on Saturday 10th December 2022 in Galway – it was a marvellous concert and so honoured to have been a part of it. The quality of the singing and the music was outstanding. It was a very special evening and would recommend it to everyone. Go and enjoy a unique occasion – you will be so happy that you did.’– Lucy Gibbons
As seen for over ten years in Ireland’s premier venues:
Dublin’s National Concert Hall / Cork Opera House / Belfast Lyric Theatre / Dublin Castle / Croke Park Stadium / RDS Dublin / Royal Hospital Kilmainham / Armagh Cathedral / Belfast Cathedral / Christ Church Dublin Cathedral / Galway Cathedral/ Kilkenny Cathedral / Mansion House Gala / London Irish Centre / Lincoln Centre.
In October 2021 (towards end of Covid-19 pandemic), a sold-out performance took place in stunning historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin City.
“FABULOUS, high-calibre, contemporary style”
– Sunday Independent
“Stunning Vocal Performance”
– New York Times
– Daniel Day Lewis (Actor)
“Such extraordinary generosity (of their time)
and kindness shown, is truly remarkable”
– Public Statement by Michael D. Higgins at GPO Dublin.
- Selected by the Irish Government to headline Centenary event Dublin Castle.
- Selected to perform for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress in Croke Park Stadium and in RDS.
- Selected to perform for sell-out European Premiere for film “Lincoln” featuring Hollywood stars Daniel Day Lewis, Steven Spielberg and Sally Field.
Hailed as ‘Ireland’s Greatest Voices’
Creating a storm around the country, Ireland’s Most Popular Trio, Paul, Conor and Philip, The Three Tenors Ireland LIVE – has been the only Irish trio performance to take place annually for over ten years in such prestigious venues as the National Concert Hall Dublin (with important fan President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins attending), Cork Opera House, Dublin Castle, and recent sell-outs in Belfast Lyric Theatre. The trio has regularly appeared on BBC and RTE.
Ireland’s favourite trio, Paul, Conor and Philip interact with audience to create a thrilling Irish concert featuring a Classic-Mix of contemporary, uplifting, inspirational songs, some great Irish folk and some special surprises –something for everyone! This thrilling fast-moving Irish concert promises to be a fabulous night to remember!
Their versatile programme is truly packed with the world’s most uplifting numbers!
The passion and feeling in their songs is truly amazing and can even be emotional.
Their noted friendliness & connection with their audience makes this a unique ‘up-close & personal’ concert.
Hailed as ‘Ireland’s Greatest Voices’ the group were selected by Irish Government to headline 1916 Centenary State Reception in Dublin Castle, Easter Sunday March 2016 for 3000 guests from around the world and were also selected for important Government events in Mansion House from 2018.
In 2012, ‘The Three Tenors Ireland’ performed for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress in the RDS and in Croke Park Stadium. They are the only trio performing annually in Ireland’s premier venues- National Concert Hall, Cork Opera House, Belfast Lyric, and have performed in Cathedrals in Armagh, Galway & ChristChurch Dublin.
In 2013, the trio headlined the sell-out European Premiere for the film “Lincoln” sharing the stage with leading stars –Sinead O’Connor, Shane McGowan and Chris De Burgh. Among the attendance were Hollywood stars Daniel Day Lewis, Steven Spielberg and Sally Field (who all singled out the trio requesting to meet them after performance & are currently big fans).
With their superb voices and friendly down-to-earth approach, combined with an eclectic mix of songs from Pavarotti to The Dubliners, this talented trio never disappoint.
‘’FABULOUS, high-calibre, contemporary style -the entire audience was moved by their soulful performance’’
– Sunday Independent
‘’I would recommend this wonderful concert to anyone–the most delicious box of chocolates your ears could ever have. Stunning Vocal Performance’’
– New York Times
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