Trilllogy to perform in Moneygall



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Moneygall Development Association (MDA) along with the US Embassy in Dublin are delighted to announce their participation in Daniel Pearl World Music Days 2014. Daniel Pearl World Music Days was created in response to the 2002 kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl at the hands of extremists in Karachi, Pakistan. Daniel’s family and friends came together to work towards a more humane world, forming the Daniel Pearl Foundation.

The mission of the Foundation is to promote cross-cultural understanding through journalism, music, and innovative communications. These Music Days are an international network of concerts that use the power of music to reaffirm our commitment to tolerance and humanity. Since 2002, Daniel Pearl World Music Days has grown to include the participation of more than 11,900 performances in 132 countries.

The lead performers on Friday October 10th will be Trillogy, a vocal harmony group who recently shot to fame following a sensational rendition of Rembrandts hit and Friends theme tune, ‘I’ll Be There For You’, which quickly went viral and secured them a performance on RTÉ’s Late Late Show.

The trio featuring Glenn Murphy, Ronan Scolard and Óisín O’Callaghan announced their first ever headline concert at the National Concert Hall, Dublin on October 23rd which has now Sold Out. Other covers also included 70s rockers Kansas’ track, ’Carry On Wayward Son‘, The Proclaimers’ '500 Miles' and ‘Eye of The Tiger’, Carole King’s ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’.

Trillogy will perform their growing repertoire of contemporary choral music in the intimate surroundings of St Joseph’s Church in Moneygall and will be supported by local artists Tadhg Maher, Theresa Larkin and Seamus Doran.

Tickets for the two hour performance are €10 with doors opening at 7pm on October 10th and concert commences at 7:30. It is strictly a ticket only event and they can be purchased online at here or locally in Moneygall from Bergin's or the Obama Café and also in Byrnes in Dunkerrin.