Join us at the Ulster Hall for a special BBC Radio Ulster Invitation Concert featuring the current winners of the BBC NI and Arts Council of Northern Ireland Young Musicians’ Platform Award.
They’ll be performing alongside the Ulster Orchestra and conductor David Brophy.
The scheme is a biennial award given to six young exceptionally talented solo musicians – this year spanning classical, folk and contemporary singer-songwriters – aimed at bolstering their careers.
John Toal will introduce pianist Justine Gormley, cellist Angus McCall and tenor Andrew Irwin, multi-instrumentalist and singer Jack Warnock, singer-songwriter and composer Rose Connolly and Derry/Londonderry singer-songwriter Roisin Donald, better-known as ROE
COVID Status Check
All ticket holders aged 18 and over, will need to provide evidence of their Covid status through one of the following:
- Proof of full vaccination
- Proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test
- Proof of natural immunity
- Proof of participation in a clinical trial for vaccination against coronavirus
- Proof of medical exemption from vaccination
This evidence must be accompanied by photographic ID.
All ticket holders over the age of 18 will be required to complete a COVID Status Check on arrival