Dromore and District Male Voice Choir will perform with internationally renowned Northern Irish Soprano & Universal Records Artist, Margaret Keys, at Belfast’s Ulster Hall on Friday February 24 at 7.45pm, in support of Age NI’s Spread the Warmth campaign.
The event will also feature male voice choirs from Ballyclare, Ballymoney, Donaghadee, Mourne, Portadown and Seven Towers, Ballymena.
David Thompson said, ‘We’re looking forward to performing at the Age NI Gala Concert in the Ulster Hall and sharing the stage with Margaret Keys and the other male voice choirs for a Grand Finale. This is a fantastic opportunity for everyone to formally support Age NI’s campaign to improve winter for people in later life while at the same time enjoying a great night of music and song.’
Siobhan Casey, Age NI Director of Marketing, said, ‘Age NI is delighted to present this Gala Concert at the Ulster Hall to raise funds for older people to stay warm, well and in touch in winter. A big thank you to all of the male voice choirs for taking part. We also welcome the support of local soprano Margaret Keys who has giving her time and talent to perform at this event which promises to be an enjoyable evening of entertainment.’
Tickets cost £15 each and are available from the Ulster Hall box office on 028 9033 4455 or www.ulsterhall.co.uk. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
To win two free tickets to the Age NI Gala Concert, visit www.ageni.org/concert for competition details. Closing date is 2pm on 14 February 2012. Winners will be announced shortly after this date.