Moya Brennan performs with Ceol le
intergenerational choir Ceol le Chéile took to the
stage in An Grianan Theatre on Sunday night, July
28, with special guest Moya Brennan.
The sold out show which was hosted as part of the
Errigal Arts Festival was officially opened by Leas
Chathaoirleach Cllr Niamh Kennedy and showcased the
choirs journey over the last year. They performed a
whole new repertoire including songs from various
musicals, traditional songs and ‘With or Without
You’ by U2.
Special guest Moya Brennan joined the choir on stage
for four songs, Na Buachailli Alainn, Harry’s Game,
Crann Ull and Teidher Abhaille Riu.
Leas Chathaoirleach Cllr. Niamh
Kennedy with Moya Brennan and members of the Ceol le
Cheile Intergenerational Choir before their
performance in An Grianan Theatre on Sunday night as
part of the Earagail Arts Festival. Picture also
included Choral Director Veronica McCarron and
Donegal County Council’s Mairead Cranley and Charles
Ceol le Chéile is an
intergenerational choir made up of older people,
children and young people, male and female from all
walks of life in Donegal. This choir of ages was a
project established by Donegal County Council as
part of the Donegal Age Friendly Programme with the
aim of promoting social inclusion and developing
stronger relationships between older people,
children and young people.
The night concluded with a standing ovation
following a stunning rendition of a “Time to Say