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Irish Trumpet Star brings international hit concert 'My Funny Valentine’ to Waterford

'My Funny Valentine’ is the perfect way to spend the most Romantic time of the Year’

Celebrate Valentine’s with your loved one in the company of some of Ireland’s finest musicians when internationally-acclaimed Irish trumpeter Niall O'Sullivan brings his hit show, 'My Funny Valentine’ to the Theatre Royal, Waterford on the 14th February. To make this tour even more romantic, Niall will be joined on-stage by his own Valentine, vocalist Shóna. This musical couple have recently returned home following a year abroad performing.

My Funny Valentine, will feature performances from Ireland’s finest musicians with beautiful arrangements of jazz favourites, classical masterpieces, pop ballads alongside songs from stage and screen. This concert is a celebration of the world’s most loved songs and melodies. Niall will be joined by guest vocalists Shóna and Simon Morgan to perform works from his three number one selling releases including the timeless Moon River, the Godfather, Stardust, Libertango and My Funny Valentine.

After the recent success of this show in Ireland and the USA, Niall is delighted to bring this evening of romance to Waterford. Internationally recognised for his unique style, Niall spent over half of 2017 on the road with sold out performances in the USA, Scandinavia and Europe. These dates will be his first Irish performances in 2018. In December last, Niall hosted and performed a concert in aid of the Fr Peter McVerry Trust concert which raised over €24,000 in aid of the charity.

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