O Holy Night concert set for Newbridge Parish Church

Christmas favourites

Niamh O'Donoghue


Niamh O'Donoghue



O Holy Night concert set for Newbridge Parish Church

Owen C Lynch

Sunday December 18 sees the return of the annual O Holy Night Concert at St. Conleth’s Parish Church, Newbridge.

Presented by St. Conleth’s Parish and well known singer, conductor and composer, Owen C. Lynch, this event is now in its seventeenth year and is eagerly awaited by audiences throughout County Kildare and further afield.

Joining Owen and his spectacular choir, The Owen C. Lynch Vocal Ensemble are soprano soloists, Kay Lynch and Sharon Lyons, tenor Dave Maguire and the Newbridge Vocal Academy Ensemble, and a choir of students from Owen's singing school.

The 20-piece O Holy Night Orchestra will take its place and once again create its magic in a programme of festive favourites.

Audiences will also have the chance to raise their voices and join the choir and orchestra for a rousing grand finale of familiar carols.

Due to the popularity of this concert, early booking is strongly advised.

Admission is €20 and tickets are available from Newbridge Parish Centre (045 431121) or from Veronica (087 7940850).

Owen and his choir recently received glowing reviews for their performance in ‘Mise Eire – 1916 Remembered’ in the Town Hall Naas and Naas GAA.