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Liam Lawton returns for Christmas concert

Thursday, 23rd November, 2017 9:06am

Following last year's sell-out concert, Liam Lawton will perform again at the Cathedral of St Mary and St Anne. The Christmas concert will take place on 7 December.

Liam is a composer and performer of international repute and his compositions are sung from parish churches to the great cathedrals of the world.

He has written works such as 'The Voice of an Angel', 'I Will be The Vine' while his 'Clouds Veil' has become an anthem recognized throughout the world.

Many of these pieces will again be heard in the Cathedral on 7 December while the traditional Christmas carols, with audience participation, will also take centre stage.

Although Liam is a priest working in the diocese of Kildare and Leighlin, his family home is in Ballymacoda, and he takes every opportunity to come home to Cork. Liam will be joined by the Cathedral Parish Choir on the night. This choir, under the direction of conductor Ann Roche and organist Joe Higgins takes great pride in singing each week in the Mother Church of the Diocese.

Tickets for the concert are available from Pro Musica, Veritas, Nolan’s of Shandon Street and from the Cathedral Sacristary. A limited number of tickets may be available at the Cathedral on the night of the performance.

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