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Thursday 13th of December Christmas Concert featuring the St. Agnes’ Parents Orchestra and the Scoil Úna Naofa Orchestra. A night of festive music with family favourites including the story of ‘The Night Before Christmas’
A dazzling array of crafts and gifts were available at our Christmas Market. Music, family fun and bargains for all
The St. Agnes’ Parents Orchestra join with the Sounds Ensemble to play a spectacular programme of classical works arranged for full orchestra. Guest artists the St. Agnes’ Chamber Orchestra with Kellie O’Neill soloist in Telleman concerto for viola. All proceeds go the Dublin Simon Community.
Arts and Culture Minister with Muisic Network announce Music Capital scheme at CCMA.
Minister Josepha Madigan says ‘The Music Capital Scheme is a wonderful initiative which has benefitted thousands of people since the scheme was set up in 2008.’ The CCMA have been grateful recipients of support from this grant in the past and were very happy to host the event.
‘Choir of Ages’
New TV series featured members of our local community includng a number of local schools, the Memory Lane choir, members from Fr. Kitt Court and Walkinstown Services. Conductor David Brophy was at the heart of the programme, filmed in part at the CCMA.
The programme aired on Thursdays in November and December 2017.
The choir performed on RTE’s Ray Darcy show on Sat 25th Nov, repeated Sunday 26 at on RTE 1.
President Higgins congratulates Sr Bernadette Sweeney on her Golden Jubilee
‘Amongst her many acts of generosity was the establishment, with Dr. Joanna Crooks of the Music Project in St. Agnes’ School in Crumlin in 2006. During the eleven years since its establishment, the project has introduced hundreds of young people to the joys of music, greatly enriching their lives…..’
The first of a new series of cultural outings hosted by the CCMA saw a trip to Clondalkin Round tower and museum.
Friday Mar 24th
Sat Mar 25th Two shows
Sun Mar 26th
Fri March 18th Show 7:30
Sat March 19th Shows 3 pm and 7:30
Sun March 20th Show 7:30
On Saturday 12th March an ensemble from St Agnes Chamber Orchestra perfored at the Radisson Blue Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8, at the PLEDGE FOR PARITY AWARDS CEREMONY 2016 when Sister Bernadette Sweeney received an award on behalf of Miriam O'Callaghan of RTE Prime Time, who was be out of the country on that date and asked Sister Bernadette to represent her at the Awards Ceremony. The event is organised by Courage GF Ireland and sponsored by the Nigerian Embassy in Ireland.