Limerick Sings International Choral Festival

Outdoor Chorus with Bernie Sherlock (UCH/Cliffs of Moher)


Saturday 8th June 2024



    University Concert Hall is delighted to present this exciting event, as part of the Limerick Sings International Choral Festival. 

    Singers will enjoy a fun rehearsal/workshop of a well-known song, led by acclaimed conductor Bernie Sherlock, in University Concert Hall, before performing together, conducted by Bernie, at the stunning Cliffs of Moher. Bernie will be joined by members of her award-winning chamber choir New Dublin Voices, to help lead the performance.

    This is a unique opportunity to work with one of Ireland's most renowned choral conductors, as well as to perform against the beautiful backdrop of the Cliffs.

    The Outdoor Chorus is open to singers of all levels of experience. You can join as a choir, small group, or individual singer. Once you book your ticket, we will send you the song to practise in advance, but there is no pressure to be note-perfect - we are singing together for fun!

    Bernie is founder-conductor of New Dublin Voices, Artistic Director of the Irish Youth Choirs, a former co-conductor of EuroChoir (2021), and a guest conductor with Chamber Choir Ireland. She has won conducting prizes in Finland, Hungary, Belgium, Italy, Slovenia, Wales, and Ireland. She adjudicates conducting competitions and at choral festivals throughout Europe, and her work giving choral workshops extends to the US, Canada and China, to name but a few of her achievements.

    Conductor: Bernie Sherlock with New Dublin Voices

    Ticket price includes return coach transfer between UCH and Cliffs of Moher.

    Presented by Limerick Sings International Choral Festival

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    • 08 Jun 2024
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