Sean Rafferty presents a special live edition for St Patrick's Day from the Throne Room at Hillsborough Castle, County Down. With David Quigley and Cappella Caeciliana.
Sean Rafferty takes his In Tune salon of live music and chat to the Throne Room at Hillsborough Castle, the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen in Northern Ireland, this St Patrick's Day.
Guests include pianist David Quigley; the chamber choir, Cappella Caeciliana; and members of the early music ensemble, Sestina. Music by Sir Hamilton Harty, who was born in Hillsborough, Purcell and James MacMillan. There will be some traditional music to set the feet tapping for St Patrick's Day as well.