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Celine Byrne Summer Gala with The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra  Friday 1st June, 8pm

2007 Prizewinner Celine Byrne opens the National Symphony Orchestra's Summer series at the National Concert Hall, Dublin with a programme of favourites including Rusalka's Song to the Moon and 'I dreamt I dwelt in Marble Halls' from The Bohemian Girl.

Celine Byrne Summer Gala with The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra  Friday 1st June, 8pm

  • Room: Main Auditorium
  • Prices: €40, €32, €25, €15 (Choir Balcony and Restricted View Seats)
  • Concessions: €36, €29, €22.50, €13.50 (Choir Balcony and Restricted View Seats)
  • 5% discount for groups of 5 or more
  • 10% discount for groups of 10 or more
  • RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra
  • Celine Byrne soprano
  • Robert Houlihan conductor

Back by popular demand following its sell-out performance last summer, the Celine Byrne Summer Gala with the full forces of the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra , featuring the sensational Irish opera star in her first performance with the RTÉ NSO since making her dramatic Covent Garden début in March when she stepped in mid-performance to sing the title role in Rusalka. According to British Telegraph critic Michael White, Celine 'saved the day' and 'got a tumultuous reception'.

A chance now to hear Rusalka's glorious Song to the Moon and more in this single performance including Un bel di vedremo (Madama Butterfly)Ebben Ne andro lontana (La Wally) and I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls (The Bohemian Girl); Irish airs such as My Lagan Love and The Last Rose of Summer and orchestral items including the Intermezzo from Act 3 of Manon Lescaut, and Dvorák's Carnival overture.

  • Presented by The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra