Madrigal ’75 • Peace on Earth

All three Madrigal ’75 Christmas concerts have now sold out.

Due to unprecedented demand, Madrigal’ 75 are honoured and delighted to offer an additional performance of our Christmas concert Peace on Earth on Thursday, 16th December, at 7:30pm! 
We are very grateful for the overwhelming support we’ve experienced, and we are excited to stage a third performance to give our patrons additional opportunities to obtain tickets, especially for those who may not have managed to obtain seats for Wednesday’s performances.
The concert will last approximately 45 minutes and we will be singing familiar festive favourites and some new pieces too, and we also welcome a guest instrumentalist to join us for the evening.  The number of seats available at the performance has been significantly reduced to less than one-third capacity, to provide enhanced comfort and safety for patrons, therefore early booking is strongly advised!

PLEASE NOTE: I.D. and a valid vaccine passport will be requested at the venue.

The number of seats available at each performance has been significantly reduced to less than one-third of capacity, to provide enhanced comfort and safety for patrons. Both performances will follow the same programme, so you choose which time suits you best.

Our performances are subject to government directives, and we will be following Cork Orchestral Society and MTU Cork School of Music health and safety protocols. Therefore all patrons must be masked for the duration of the concert, and present ID and a valid vaccine passport. The auditorium is well-ventilated and you are advised to dress accordingly.

Madrigal ’75 is a vocal ensemble based in Cork City and is ensemble-in-residence to MTU Cork School of Music.  Founded in 1975 by university students, the choir now comprises a diverse combination of singers from all walks of life.  Madrigal ’75 has developed a reputation as a vocal ensemble of great skill and beauty, performing repertoire from the 14th century to contemporary choral works, both sacred and secular, including first performances of new commissions. Since January 2007, Madrigal ’75 has been directed by James Taylor, organist and harpsichordist, who, having held posts in the UK, New Zealand and Canada, now lectures at MTU Cork School of Music.