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Margaret Keys In Concert
Description
Location:
Waterside Theatre

Dates:
23rd June 2018

Cost:
£15, £12.50 before 8 June

Time:
7:30pm

Internationally renowned Irish Soprano, Margaret Keys, returns home to her native Derry to perform an exclusive evening of beautiful music to launch her new highly anticipated album recorded with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.

Hailed as one of the finest classical singers of her generation, the award-winning singer, known as the Irish Songbird, with vocals that are pure and soothing, has been labelled as a triple treat with talent, beauty and charm. 

Always in high demand, Margaret has performed as a soloist in the world’s most prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall, the London Palladium, New York’s Carnegie Hall, as well as for Pope Francis and Royalty.

Joined by special guests, Margaret will perform well loved classical songs, songs from the shows, popular ballads and folksongs from her album. The concert will showcase her wonderful range of talent, charming stage presence and her great vocal versatility which has allowed her to become one of the finest classical singers of today.

After the performance there will be a wine and cheese reception with a CD signing.

 “Every once in a while an artist makes you feel truly humbled. Margaret Keys is one of those artists. She has a voice of pure warmth and beauty.” (George Ash, CEO Universal Music Group Australia) 

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