A lovely note from a member of the UCD Choral Scholars:


Dear Niamh and Charles,


CYeLH7Dq4sDyIzYHScCLH8lEsb6mB-76VnijbySBw0UA few weeks ago, I – with the rest of the UCD Choral Scholars – had the pleasure of performing in St. Peter’s, in the United States of America. This was a venue obtained by Artists Without Walls.


From the moment we arrived in the beautiful church, I was struck by the fine atmosphere and awesome acoustic of the building.

ei49JJzTrf6sd_Gp5UL94V4w8Qtde0EZ8SioEZncKhUThere was a great feeling of energy for the entire performance, as both the audience and the choir fed off the mutual energy and love of music expressed by each of the parties.


It was a delight to perform there, and I would like to express my thanks for the organisation which went into procuring this venue – an administratitive ability which was, indeed, felt throughout the tour of New England.




Thomas (John) Fallows, a choral scholar who enjoyed singing for you at St. Peter’s recently!


P.S. I noticed, on your Facebook page, a tribute to the Irish poet, Seamus Heaney. Having studied Mr. Heaney’s poetry for the Leaving Certificate Examinations (and since then), I was sad to hear of his passing. The homage paid to the wordsmith was absolutely fitting, and perfectly written. Please pass on my thanks to Mrs. O’Donnell.