Trinity College, Edmund Burke Theatre
Introduced by David McCullagh, RTÉ
Professor Paul Bew, Professor of Politics, Queen’s University Belfast
Ivana Bacik, Reid Professor of Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology, Trinity College Dublin
Eoghan Harris, journalist and author
Professor Eoin O’Dell, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin
At 5:30pm, this panel discussion will be followed by a performance from the Trinity Singers.
Established in 1948, Trinity Singers is a mixed voice choir made up of students and entirely student-run. Over the years, the choir has grown from being a small chamber choir of 16 members to a larger choir of 45 members. Trinity Singers have competed in and won in many national and international choral festivals around Ireland, most recently in the City of Derry International Choral Festival in 2013 and in the Sligo International Choral Festival in 2014. Two months ago the choir undertook its first large-scale international concert tour and performed in two prestigious venues in Hungary – the Liszt Ferenc Museum, Budapest, and the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, Kecskemét. It is conducted in the current academic year by Caroline Richards.
Photograph courtesy of the South Dublin Libraries