Events

This page is for events (other than services) run by or in the church. If you would like to receive this info in a monthly e-mail, please submit your e-mail address above. For titles and people associated with services for the coming month, go to the services page. All events in the church unless otherwise stated.

Saturday 25th May
Songs In The Key Of Life
Gloria Dublin Lesbian & Gay Choir
Show 8pm
Tickets €10 from www.eventbrite.com

From camp to classical, a fun concert to welcome in the Summer.

Sunday 26th May
Jewels In Elizabeth’s Crown
Cantáirí Avondale
3pm
Tickets €15 / €10 on the door or from www.eventbrite.ie

Cantairí Avondale, an award winning, auditioned SATB adult choir based in Dublin, is delighted to announce that we will be finishing our 2018/2019 season with an ‘a capella’ concert of Elizabethan madrigals and partsongs including works by Byrd, Dowland, Gibbons, Morley & Willbye.

Sunday 9th June
Songs Of The River: Music For A Summer’s Evening
Gaudete Singers
David Leigh – Director
8pm
Ticket €20 / €15 / €5 (student with id) at door (includes a glass of wine / soft drink at end of concert)

Songs of the River is an eclectic mix of music written about rivers near and far. We explore the Arno and the Tiber in Italy, the Thames in England, the Mississippi and Red River in America and the biblical river of Babylon. Other setting are of rivers in general and/or settings of poetry. This light hearted programme about waterways large and small will be sure to delight. This wonderful music will be heard to good effect in the beautifully refurbished Unitarian Church, so come and enjoy some summery sounds of musical rivers.

Friday 21st June
Harmonyworks presents
Mountain Silence
7.30pm
Admission Free

Concert of meditative music with ‘Mountain Silence’ – a female vocal and instrumental ensemble from Switzerland, Germany and Austria, who sing with the accompaniment of violin, cello, harmonium and guitar. They have performed throughout Europe & US at many different locations.

Further information from www.dublinmeditation.com

Friday 12th July
George Hutton – In Concert
Doors 7pm // Support 7.30pm
Tickets €16.87 from www.eventbrite.ie

Fresh off his US Tour with Columbia Artists, Internationally renowned performer George Hutton returns to his beloved homeland with his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Chapter One’. Described by Tommy Fleming as ‘One of the best voices I’ve heard in years’ and Eric Lalor (JOE.ie) ‘He has a voice that would blow Away any clouds.’ No stranger to the stage he’s performed with the likes of Glen Hansard, Moya Brennan, Tommy Fleming and Hozier. An experienced performer he has toured with ‘The Five Irish Tenors’, ‘Anúna’ and has since shaped into a powerful solo performer. One of country’s rising stars, he also features as a judge on the hit BBC One television series ‘All Together Now’ with Geri Halliwell and Rob Beckett.’

Sunday 14th July
Stefan Donner (organ)
1.30pm
Donations taken to be split between musician and church restoration fund.

Carl Czerny (1791 – 1857): Prelude and Fugue in A Minor, op. 607

Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856): from Studien für den Pedalflügel, op. 56
1. Nicht zu schnell
2. Mit innigem Ausdruck
6. Adagio

Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897): Fugue A flat Minor, WoO 8

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809 – 1847): Sonata B flat Major, op. 65,4
1. Allegro
2. Andante religioso
3. Allegretto
4. Allegro maestoso e vivace

While on a tour, Viennese concert organist Stefan Donner will give an organ recital at Unitarian Church on July 14, 2019 at 1:30pm. The programme will feature works by Carl Czerny, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. On the same day Mr Donner will also perform at Whitefriar Street Church (Whitefriar Street Church 56 Aungier Street, Dublin 2) at 8pm.

Sunday 14th July
My Grass Is Blue presents
Sideline in concert
Doors 7pm // Gig 8pm
Tickets €27 from www.mygrassisblue.com

… driving music with crisp instrumentals and tight harmonies. Whether playing bluegrass classics or contemporary tunes destined to become classics, they deliver a great show. – Bluegrass Today

Although having recently celebrated 5 years as the pedigree six-piece bluegrass powerhouse they are, Sideline
founders Steve Dilling (banjo), Skip Cherryholmes (guitar) and Jason Moore (bass) can all claim their own historical significance to the genre as members of highly awarded groups with multiple Grand Ole Opry appearances and decades of national and international touring experience between them – the present celebrated lineup is complemented by the gifted youthful trio of Daniel Greeson (fiddle), Troy Boone (mandolin) & Bailey Coe (guitar).

What started as a side project for seasoned players, hence the name, Sideline has since released 4 critically acclaimed albums combining a well-chosen mix of new material with hard-hitting neo-traditional covers of bluegrass classics. Recorded or live, their pulse-pounding drive, perfect timing, crisp instrumentals, powerful harmonies, and on-stage energy and finesse remind fans why they fell in love with bluegrass in the first place.

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