NCH, Tuesday 17th March

Mary Black and the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra – St Patrick's Day Celebration.

RTÉ NSO is delighted to welcome Mary Black onto the main stage of the National Concert Hall on St Patrick's Day. Join the orchestra for an incredible night with one of Ireland's most cherished singers as she performs orchestrated versions of some of her favourite songs including, No Frontiers, The Urge for Going, Carolina Rua and more.

“It's hard to describe the emotion I felt when I sat in the National Concert Hall and listened to the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra play on my songs. It was as if my life's work made total sense in that joyous moment and I felt proud and honoured.”Mary Black.

Tuesday 17th March
€20 - €42.50
Earlsfort Terrace, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, D02 N527, Ireland

Google Map of Earlsfort Terrace, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, D02 N527, Ireland


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