Originally scheduled for Oct. 13, this concert has been moved to Nov. 3.
From the creator and producer of The Irish Tenors, The Gulf Coast Symphony brings Southwest Florida Trinity —a brand new show that celebrates the rich musical heritage of Ireland.
After an international search, three accomplished young Irish singers, who have sung in opera houses around the world, come together to create this incredible cast for this Celtic concert with the Gulf Coast Symphony Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m. the Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall at FSW in Fort Myers.
Trinity presents Emmett O’Hanlon (Irish-American and star of Celtic Thunder); Ronan Scholard (Dublin, Ireland) and Conor Murphy (Irish-Canadian).
These three great young voices, matched with the most beloved Irish songs, performed with all new arrangements with the Gulf Coast Symphony under Maestro Andrew M. Kurtz.
Trinity’s appearance with the Gulf Coast Symphony is the world premiere of this amazing trio destined to become America’s “next big thing” in Irish music.
This concert will be filmed live at Barbara B Mann so attendees will have the first peek as to what to expect when Trinity debuts on an all new PBS special, scheduled for release in March 2022.
The Gulf Coast Symphony, now celebrating its 27th season, is excited to bring this debuting trio to Southwest Florida. “We feel this is the perfect recipe for an unforgettable evening of Irish music, creating lifelong memories, with this musical postcard from Ireland,” says Kurtz.
For more information and tickets, visit www.bbmannpah.com or www.gulfcoastsymphony.org or call 481-4849.