9/11 Ireland Remembers: Music and spoken reflections marking 10 years since 9/11

19 August 2011

Sunday 11 September 2011, 4pm
The Convention Centre Dublin


Karl Jenkins The Armed Man
Leonard Bernstein Chichester Psalms
Spoken reflections by Conor O'Clery, Paula Meehan & Paul Muldoon

Enchiriadis Treis Choir
National Philharmonia Orchestra
Cathal Clinch conductor
Doireann Ní­ Bhriain presenter

Ten years on from the tragic events of 9/11, Ireland will remember those who died and those who are left behind, with a special performance of The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace by Karl Jenkins, a moving and poignant work which carries a powerful message of conflict resolution and hope for the future. The commemorative concert will also include Leonard Bernstein's hauntingly beautiful and affirmative Chichester Psalms for solo boy soprano, choir and orchestra, and spoken reflections by journalist Conor O'Clery, who was an eye-witness in New York on 11 September 2001, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon and poet Paula Meehan.

Proceeds are in aid of The Ark, A Cultural Centre for Children to fund Harmony a three-year initiative to bring high-quality musical experiences to children in disadvantaged communities, helping to promote social inclusion, diversity and peace building.

Presented in association with the Edward M Kennedy Institute and part of Global Sing for Peace, the Lincoln Centre's global link for the 9/11 10th anniversary concerts around the world.

Tickets €20/25 available at Ticketmaster.ie (booking fee applies)