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The 12th Glenarm Festival of Voice

Glenarm, County Antrim, BT44 0AB
An image of green hills and heather in the Glens of Antrim

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Join Northern Ireland Opera in the beautiful coastal town of Glenarm from 26th -28th August for our annual festival of singing, featuring three BBC Radio 3 Recitals, a thrilling competition featuring five opera singers from across the island of Ireland and family-friendly creative activities and workshops on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

The festival features public recitals and events, including three concerts in partnership with and broadcast by BBC Radio 3 and culminates in a vocal competition hosted by Northern Ireland Opera Patron and BBC Radio 3 presenter Sean Rafferty.

The BBC Radio 3 recitals will feature soprano Soraya Mafi, tenor Alessandro Fisher and baritone Seán Boylan, with pianist Simon Lepper. The theme this year is Celebration.  

Alessandro Fisher, tenor: Friday 26th August 19.30 St Patrick’s Church, Glenarm

Seán Boylan, baritone: Saturday 27th August 19:30 St Patrick’s Church, Glenarm

Soraya Mafi, soprano: Sunday 28th August 15:00, St Patrick’s Church, Glenarm

 

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