A Night of Celebration & Song We are delighted to announce we are hosting a special night of Celebration and Song at the Ulster Hall on 6 February 2020. George Hutton – dubbed “The voice of Ireland” is our headline star and will be supported by The Donaghadee Male Voice Choir, The Lagan Seahorses and Victoria College, Belfast school choir. We would like to thank ViVO for kindly sponsoring this event. Introducing our stars… George Hutton “Described by JOE.ie as ‘A voice that would blow away any clouds.’ His career to date boasts touring globally with the Columbia Artists production ‘The Five Irish Tenors’ and ‘Anuna’. He set his solo career alight with the success of his debut album ‘Chapter One’ receiving critical acclaim from the likes of Phil Coulter and Tommy Fleming. No stranger to the stage he has performed with Hozier, Glen Hansard, Tommy Fleming, Moya Brennan and Phil Coulter. He will be Phil Coulter’s special guest on his upcoming Irish tour ‘Return to Tranquility’ (Oct 2019 - Jan 2020) and will be lead soloist for the tour of Germany with ‘The Irish Harp Orchestra’ (Dec 2019). He will return home to launch his second album entitled ‘Home’ in the iconic surroundings of the Ulster Hall on 6 February 2020. ”One of the best voices I’ve heard in years" - Tommy Fleming The Donaghadee Male Voice Choir Choir membership currently stands around 65, and its repertoire embraces both secular and sacred music, as well as popular, folk, traditional and operatic works. Their reputation extends far beyond these shores, with the choir participating in choral festivals throughout Europe. The Lagan Seahorses The Lagan Seahorses would give any Welsh male voice choir a run for their money. The choir was born out of a group of ageing rugby players; so they all understand the power of a good strong song. They are a real joy to hear performing and it’s very clear to see how much they all enjoy being a part of it. The close harmonies and melodic tones generated by one of Belfast’s top male voice choirs aims to raise the roof. Victoria College Belfast’s school choir. Victoria College Belfast’s school choir are previous winners of BBC Young School Choir of the year. Celebrating 10 years of Age NI With such a fantastic line-up, there is no doubt that this night is not to be missed. This year we’re also celebrating 10 years of Age NI, marking the merger of Help the Aged and Age Concern in April 2009,to form Northern Ireland's largest charity for older people. On the evening, we’ll be celebrating all the wonderful work Age NI has achieved over the last 10 years, thanks to the support of people like you. All proceeds will go to Age NI, allowing us to provide care, advice and support to vulnerable older people across Northern Ireland. Get your ticket Fancy joining us? Visit our product page to buy a ticket call our Head office on 028 9024 5729. Tickets are also available to buy from Ulster hall directly.