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  • Calendar of Events 2019/2020

  • Sep 10th – 7.30-9.30 – New members Night!!!  Click for Location…

  • Sep 11th – 8pm – New Term Begins – First Nights Rehearsal.

  • Sep 20th – 8pmPolish Arts Festival Culture Night Concert Click for more information.

  • Oct 11th – 8pm – Mental Health Concert – St. Marys Cathedral, Limerick.   Read More…..

  • Oct 13th – 11.30am – Annual Mass – St. Munchins Church, Clancy Strand, Limerick.

  • Nov. 16th – Rehearsal Day – Clayton Hotel, Steamboat Quay.

  • Dec. 1st – Orchestra Rehearsal Day.

  • Dec 7th – 8pm – Christmas Concert – Handel’s Messiah Tickets…

  • Dec. 19th – 6.30pm – Christmas Carols  – Milford Hospice Care Centre.

  • Dec. 21st – 5.30pm – Christmas Carols – St. Marys Cathedral, Limerick.

  • Jan. 8th 2020 – 8pm – 1st Night Rehearsal for Spring Concert – Christchurch, Limerick.

  • Feb(dates to be confirmed) – Residential Weekend – The Rose hotel, Tralee, Co. Kerry.

  • Feb/Mar. – Rehearsal with Orchestra

  • April 25th -8pm – Concert – Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and Beethoven’s Mass in C.         Performing with ‘City of Dublin Chamber Orchestra’ UCH Limerick Tickets…

  • May 2020 – AGM – Clayton Hotel, Limerick

  • Summer/Autumn 2020 – Festival Abroad – TBC

  • Choral Union News

We cordially invite you to the Official Opening Night of 12th Polish Arts Festival in Limerick on Thursday, 19th September 2019 at 6pm in The Hunt Museum, Ruthland Street, Limerick.

The Festival will be officially opened by Councillor Michael Sheahan, Mayor of the City and County of Limerick and Ms Agnieszka Wybiral, Vice-Consul of Polish Embassy in Dublin.   

Evening performance will be provided by IMU Choir from Poland.  

We are proud to have been supported by The Limerick City and County Council, Creative Ireland  & Polish Embassy in Dublin.

R.S.V.P                 

Justyna Cwojdzinska - Artistic Director, Polish Arts Festival. Tel. +353 (0) 86 392 4644

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Join us for one and only concert of Limerick Choral Union and Polish IMU Choir from Gdańsk in St. Michael’s Church, Denmark Street, Limerick on Friday, 20th September at 8 pm as part of Culture Night in Limerick.

Listen to the fragments of Mozart’s Requiem and traditional Polish & Irish songs in a unique version performed by the two choirs that will perform together on the night.

ADMISSION FREE
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Limerick Choir Night

Limerick Choir Night, is a choral evening directed by Malcolm Green.

It is our closing event for Limerick Mental Health Week.

All are welcome for what is sure to be a relaxing, uplifting and truly special evening celebrating various Choirs from Limerick.

October 11th @ 7:30pm at St Mary’s Cathedral, Bridge St, Limerick.

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A must for all Mozart lovers, Limerick Choral Union (LCU) returns to UCH with a rare performance of Mozart’s fascinating “Mass in C Minor”.  Considered Mozart’s greatest work, it has never before been performed in these parts.  This great Mass will be followed by the extraordinary “Requiem”.

Mozart’s boldness and ingenuity is portrayed in the great Mass with performances by four beautiful soloists accompanied by a positively sumptuous orchestra, and the amazing LCU choir who, on occasion, is divided further into two choirs!

The sublime “Requiem” is full of grandeur and like all great Mozart, has an expressive depth that forces all to delve beneath the surface for startling emotional richness, condensing a vast realm of feeling into less than an hour!  Make the Mozart journey in great comfort with LCU and hear Mozart at his best.

Directed by Mr. Malcolm Green, LCU will be accompanied by LCU orchestra and four wonderful soloists:

Rachel Croash (Soprano)                    Eamonn Mulhall (Tenor)

Carolyn Holt (Alto)                                 David Howes (Bass)

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J. S. BACH: Mass in B minor, Dona Nobis Pacem performed by Limerick Choral Union and Orchestra.
Malcolm GreenConductor. 
Recorded in 2018.