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David Quigley and Anthony Kearns | Newry Arts Festival

St Mary's Church, 11 John Mitchel Place, Newry, County Down, BT34 2BP
David Quigley and Anthony Kearns

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David Quigley and Anthony Kearns | Newry Arts Festival

Concert pianist David Quigley was born in Camlough, Co, Armagh. He is no stranger to Newry audiences as co-founder of Newry Chamber Music and pianist of the Fews Ensemble. David has performed as soloist at major concert halls throughout the world including Carnegie Hall and The Wigmore Hall.

Renowned tenor Anthony Kearns took the American television audience by storm in 1999 as a member of the wildly popular group, The Irish Tenors. His international solo career includes high-profile celebrity engagements, television appearances, concert tours, and collaborations with some of the world's finest orchestras.

David and Anthony present a beautiful concert of Irish and light classical music. Perfect for a Sunday afternoon in Spring.

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