The Dingle Summer Music Festival gets underway this weekend Friday 24th, Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th May for the 2019 edition! It promises to be another wonderful weekend of music and singing.
Tickets are on sale at the Bistro.
Be with us for this journey through the eras of music with a programme newly arranged and written for this recital. We will perform music from the Baroque era, also Mendelssohn and modern compositions.
Beidh Cór agus Ceolfhoireann nus-cheoil an Daingin ar an stáitse le linn na féile le Mozart agus a thuilleadh nach iad le clos i mbliana uathu. Bígí ann gan teip!
The festival will be officially opened in An Díseart with music and poetry.
Osclófar an fhéile go hoifigiúl sa Díseart le measchán dánta agus ceoil.
Dingle Summer Music Festival May 2019
Dingle Gospel Choir, founded in 2013, is a local community choir focused on sharing positive energy and inspiring music. Now under the direction of Laine Henderson, since autumn 2018, the choir is looking forward to performing their new arrangements with spirit and harmony.
Cuirfidh Amhránaithe Chorca Dhuibhne cuid de thraidisiún na háite ós bhur gcomhair le hamhráin spreagúla i gcanúint na leithinise. Tá rémise leathan iontu ó thaobh stil de agus bainigí súp astu!
Following a highly successful tour in 2015, this London-based male voice choir return for a short, two concert tour of Kerry at the end of May. The choir will sing a highly varied programme of entertaining and uplifting music which is guaranteed to please the ear.
Tá an cór seo t'réis comórtas mór le rá a bhuachaint i bPoole i nDeisceart na Bretaine.
Kilmessan choir started in 2009. We have 60 members. We have performed in Lourdes, Krakow, RTE Christmas live broadcast mass, Navan Choral Competition and various concerts.
Our love for singing together is infectious and we are very much looking forward to performing in Dingle and Portugal later this year.
Gábor Zajzon was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1967. He started his music and guitar studies in the early 80s. Throught the years Gábor has found himself working in many different fields in the world of music, but classical guitar has always played a major role in his career. He is known for his "most relaxed" style.
During his Italian period studies Gábor picked up the Venetian lute and since then the two instruments create an interesting balance in his performances in terms of historic and sonic senses.
His recent programme will contain music from Robert de Visse, J.S. Bach, Fernando Sor, Francisco Tarrega, Isaac Albeniz, Augustin Barrios Magnore and many other composers.
Is ón Ungáir é Gábor Zajzon agus seinnfidh sé míreanna ceoil le cumadóirí cáilúla don ghiotár clasaiceach agus don liúit.
For singers, the voice is your instrument. You can't touch it, so by learning how to 'feel' your voice, you can imagine your tone, range and breathe support with ease and put no strain on your throat.
Looking forward to a great weekend of music....
Dingle Summer Music Festival