LCU - The Commemoration Concert

LCU - The Commemoration Concert

Saturday, 14 May 2022, 8.00pm

Limerick Choral Union (LCU) is delighted to return to University Concert Hall, Limerick to commemorate all those lost during covid, a time of turmoil and grief, and to celebrate their lives with a performance of Faure’s ‘Requiem’ which is dominated by a very human feeling of faith in eternal rest and Beethoven’s direct and very emotional ‘Mass in C’.

We also remember the people of Ukraine in their great struggle to defend themselves against tyranny. Homes have been destroyed and families been torn apart by war and terror but they continue to stand strong in the face of adversity and defend their country with pride and determination. May they continue to find refuge here in Ireland with your new found friends until they are reunited with their families.

LCU is an oratorio, community choir based in the heart of Limerick City, Ireland, whose aim is to make choral singing enjoyable and rewarding for the singers and audience alike. With its impending celebration of 60 years of singing in 2024, LCU has maintained its endeavours to perform the best and most exciting choral works to its audiences. The choir consists of more than one hundred voices from Limerick and neighboring counties. Under the baton of our Musical Director, Mr. Malcolm Green, LCU performs two major concerts per year at University Concert Hall, Limerick and regularly performs at charity events and many other concerts and occasions.

Soloists on the evening are Roisin Walsh Soprano, Sarah Ellen Murphy Alto, Conor Prendiville Tenor and David Howes Bass.
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To contact the LCU Committee, please email [email protected] or telephone
Lorraine MacMahon (087) 3195558 / (089) 2267899

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