Ireland’s leading trio sensation The Three Tenors are to perform in Limerick’s Lime Tree Theatre later this month, not long after performing at the European premiere of Steven Spielberg’s award-winning new movie Lincoln.
The trio - Declan Kelly, David Martin and Ray O’Hare - are the headline act selected perform at the European premiere of the Daniel Day Lewis-starring blockbuster on January 20 in Dublin, following a screening of the film.
Just six short days later, The Three Tenors will take to the stage in the brand new 510-seater Lime Tree Theatre in Mary Immaculate College for a thrilling concert, packed with the world’s most beautiful and magical feel-good songs.
The trio are veterans of over 100 concerts annually in all major venues in Ireland and UK, notably performing at the 50th International Eucharistic Congress in the RDS and in Croke Park last year. In concert they regularly perform Sinatra classics, Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, Simon & Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water, The Dubliners’ Song for Ireland, Roy Orbison’s Blue Bayou, Michael Jackson’s Heal The World, plus to Pavarotti’s Nessun Dorma and Elvis Presley’s Love Me Tender and Can’t Help Falling in Love, as well as some rousing Irish ballads.
Accompanied by a star violinist and on this occasion, the St Nessan’s National School Choir & Milford National School Choir, this is one concert not to miss and the trio say they are “looking forward” to their visit to Limerick.
The Three Tenors perform in the Lime Tree on Saturday, January 26. See www.limetreetheatre.com for tickets.