PEACE PROMS 2020 – TICKET RELEASE DATES ANNOUNCED!!!!
DUBLIN * BELFAST * GALWAY * WATERFORD * LIVERPOOL
Peace Proms 2020 is set to kick off in mid-January and run to mid-March with a total of fifteen epic choral and orchestral concerts taking place throughout Ireland, Northern Ireland and the U.K. The internationally acclaimed Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland (CBOI) will take centre stage for each concert and perform alongside a stellar line up of soloists as well as massed choirs of up to 3,000 children at each venue. A total of 31,000 children from over 600 Primary Schools in Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK will participate in Peace Proms 2020 making it Ireland’s and the UK’s most exciting, accessible and invaluable music education initiative.
Peace Proms 2020 will be conducted by internationally acclaimed UK music educator Greg Beardsell who is renowned for his extraordinary ability to lead powerful and exhilarating performances and is one of the most outstanding and inspirational conductors of his generation. This epic production will also feature a host of stellar soloists and a sensational line up of champion Dancers and Pipers.
Prepare to be blown away by power-house vocalist Lauren Murphy, musical-theatre songbird Cobhla Surlis, rock-violinist Patricia Treacy, and All-Ireland Champion Uilleann Piper Conal Duffy, along with the sensational Colmcille Pipe and Drum Corps from Derry; Pipe Major Grahame Harris from Belfast’ the Michelle Johnston Highland Dancers from Belfast and Irish Dancers from Dance Hall Academy in Swords, the King Academy of Irish Dance in Liverpool, and more.
Peace Proms 2020 concerts will be an outstanding celebration of youth, music, and sheer talent and are highly recommended for all the family – young and old. The programme promises to by ‘all thriller no filler’ with everything from majestic Bagpipe melodies to rocking violin solos to powerful peace anthems and lots of family favourites including Disney and Pop Medleys.
CBOI is a registered charity in Ireland, the UK and the USA and is totally NOT-FOR-PROFIT. We are deeply indebted to the Goodman Foundation, the Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht, the Department of Education and Skills, IMRO, MediLink Ambulance Service and all our volunteers, supporters and sponsors whose generousity enables us to bring the joy on music and peace to children, families, schools and communities throughout the world.