In celebration of Love Live Music Day the Tramore Gospel Singers and the Brothers of Charity Music in Motion Choir will perform a special concert in association with Waterford Healing Arts Trust on Thursday June 21 at 7.30pm in the Waterford Regional Hospital foyer.

The Tramore Gospel singers was founded and in 2004 and is musically directed by well known local musician Jane O’Brien Moran.  The choir since establishment has grown from strength to strength and currently has in excess of thirty members.  The singers regularly perform at events which include corporate functions, weddings and festivals and play various music ranging from gospel and spirituals to folk and popular.

Music in Motion is a newly established choir set up in 2011 by speech therapist Ashley Boyle.  The choir is made up of staff and service users of the Brothers of Charity Services who use the lámh sign system, for children and adults with intellectual disability, to sing along to songs.

The event for Love Live Music Day will be the first time both choirs will collaborate and perform together.  The performance will include renditions of Lean on Me, Here Comes the Sun, This Little Light of Mine, Galway Girl and many more.

The Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) is one of Ireland’s leading Arts and Health programmes. Based in Waterford Regional Hospital, Ireland, WHAT supports healthcare environments and the wider community by providing multi-disciplinary arts experiences and services.

Venue: Main Foyer, Waterford Regional Hospital, Dunmore Road, Waterford

Time: 19:30 – 20:30

Cost: Free

Contact: Gavin Barr

Telephone: 051-842664




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