Tag: Anúna

Anúna workshop for Limerick Sings choral festival

Anúna workshop for Limerick Sings choral festival

| June 17, 2017

THE enchanting chanted strains of Anúna delighted all at University Concert Hall when this choral group celebrated 30 years with an amped-up concert in April. Not ‘amped’ in the sense of expanded orchestra and soaring violins. No, because Anúna’s spare beauty is achieved through intricate harmonies, voices of ethereal command bringing us original composition in […]

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Unique night of choral enchantment by Anúna

Unique night of choral enchantment by Anúna

| March 5, 2017

Limerick performance for Anúna’s 30th anniversary at UCH, March 18, 8pm. ANÚNA’s founder Michael McGlynn has bundles of family in Limerick and on the Clare border. Cousin to the talented McGlynn mafia and with his father Andrew in hotel management, this choir master/ composer had an upbringing of travel and music. Their household sang together […]

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