Saturday March 28, 2020

Joyful performance of a seasonal classic

NCH alternative to the panto

3rd January, 2016
The Snowman: a hardy perennial

Concert; The National Concert Hall Christmas Concert featuring The Snowman; National Concert Hall, Dublin; Run finished, Rating: ****

“She can sing!” was the appreciative whisper from nine-year-old Kate as Eimear Quinn appeared on the National Concert Hall stage to perform the first of two Christmas carols, a Latin version of O Come O Come Emmanuel, followed by O Holy Night.

There were more carols later, played by the National Concert Hall Orchestra,...

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