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Music at the Museum is delighted welcome back Dulcet Soprano Trio to the Sunday Lunchtime Concert this coming Sunday the 12th of June at 12:30 pm.

Tea & coffee will be available at the concert as a fundraiser for The Hope Foundation – promoting the protection of street & slum children primarily in Kolkata (Calcutta), and the most underprivileged in India, to promote immediate and lasting change in their lives. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Hailing from Waterford, the soprano trio’s programme will have a strong Celtic theme as the country commemorates the 1916 Rising and Dulcet celebrate sixteen years of perfect harmony.

Rachel, Annette and Jacqueline promise a performance which will transport the audience to a place in time where the voice was essential and the melodies were pure. They will be accompanied by Siobhan Keappock. Well known Waterford born actress Lynda Gough will read some of her own work during the performance.

With concert ticket price linked to a visit to either the Medieval Museum or the Bishop’s Palace for just €2 and 10% discount on lunch at the Munster Bar or Café Royal, this is a great way to spend Sunday afternoon. Music, History and Food – that’s Sunday Sorted!

For updates on this and upcoming events visit Tickets on the door from noon.

Sunday 12th June at 12:30 pm, tickets only €7 / €5 concession / Family €14 (2 adults & 2 children).