Wednesday, 23rd May 2012
'The Voice of Ireland's' Richie Hayes and international soprano Donna Roche to sing at the charity concert
From the Voice of Ireland Waterford's Richie Hayes, above, will light up this year's Massed Band Charity Concert where he will deliver a blistering set which will show why so many thousands of people were captivated throughout Ireland with his voice. Richie has been inundated with requests to perform up and down the country since The Voice of Ireland where he made such an impact. Knowing that thousands of Waterford people who voted for him during The Voice of Ireland's will without doubt will want to treasure a chance to see him perform with a huge band in his own home town which will also give them a chance to show their admiration for flying the flag for Waterford so proudly. Following his very successful home coming at his recent sell out show at the Mount Sion, GAA grounds Richie has surely arrived as one of the best vocalists Ireland has produced and for sometime Waterford has known this.
Top Soprano Donna Roche, above right, has been hailed as one of the best singers ever to come out of Waterford. Her quality and ability to capture an audience while performing highlights being in the company of a very special talent that has gained her national and international recognition and has led her to been one of the most sought after sopranos in the country. She has preformed in many concert halls throughout the island and has also at London's most famous operatic venues and never fails to receive a standing ovation. Donna performed at the Massed Band concert and at the Tall Ships festival where she was given a fantastic reception and gained thousands of followers and admirers. Donna's voice is pure quality.
The concert takes place at the Sacred Heart Church The Folly Waterford on Friday 8th June at 8pm. Tickets e10 on sale at City Jewellery Repair, City Sq, and Cahill's Newsagent, Main St., Tramore. The charities who will benefit from this years concert are Searching For the missing, Parkinson's Association of Ire South East Branch and The Jonah Project (Autism )
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