EVENT PROGRAMME 2017-2018
Enquiries and Tickets
Ticket prices are £20 for each event including wine reception and programme, with the exception of the Golf Day and Fundraising Dinner, and can be booked several weeks in advance, on-line on this page (click on DONATE BUTTON)
Or contact Kathy O’Regan: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org : tel. 020 7226 4578.
Why not Join Irish Heritage and purchase a Season Ticket?
Friends Membership £50; Friends Membership with 1 Season Ticket for 4 events £100; Friends Membership with 2 Season Tickets £150. Enquiries: Kathy O'Regan, see Join Us. We also have an Events Programme available to download. Other events may be added and advised.
Monday 18th December 2017, 7.00pm
Christmas by Candlelight
Christopher Cull, baritone, Charlemont Singers, Keith Stears, piano/organ, with Guest Readers.
St George’s, Hanover Square, W1S 1FX
Thursday 12th April 2018
An Opera Gala in St John's Smith Square
Featuring the talents of renowned, international Irish Opera Stars Ailish Tynan – Soprano and
Owen Gilhooly – Tenor, and introducing Seán Boylan – Baritone and the 2017 RDS Music
Bursary recipient Sarah Brady – Soprano.
Thursday, 12th April 2018 at 7.30pm
St John’s Smith Square, Westminster, London SW1P 3HA
An evening of ensembles and arias from well-loved operas featuring highlights from
Puccini’s Tosca and La Bohème, Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Balfe’s The Bohemian Girl in the
beautiful surroundings of this 200 year old English Baroque church. The audience will be
treated to performances of Gound’s “Juliet’s Waltz Song”, Mozart’s “La si darem la mano”,
Puccini’s “O Soave Fanciulla and Balfe’s “I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls among others.
Tickets: £25 each including wine reception and programme
From: St John’s Smith Square Box Office at www.sjss.org.uk or telephone: 020 7222 1061.
Tuesday 12th June 2018 at 7.30pm
Recital by the 2017 Irish Heritage Music Bursary Winner, Adam Heron
Adam Heron, recipient of the 2107 Irish Heritage Music Bursary will give a recital in the elegant surroundings of Leighton House in Kensington (London W14 8LZ) on Tuesday 12th June.
Adam, who has also qualified for the BBC Young Musician of the Year, will be joined by the two highly commended contestants from last year’s Bursary soprano Rebecca Murphy and harpist Maria McNamee. A wonderful evening of entertainment by these three gifted, young musicians and singer is assured.
This event is a highlight of Irish Heritage’s season and demand for tickets usually exceeds supply. To ensure your attendance please contact Kathy O’Regan. Tickets including wine reception and programme are £20 each, £10 for students