The show must go on

Internationally renowned artists Ulrich Herkenhoff and Alexandre Cellier, whose Lisburn concert will now go ahead in Dunmurry Presbyterian Church.

Internationally renowned artists Ulrich Herkenhoff and Alexandre Cellier, whose Lisburn concert will now go ahead in Dunmurry Presbyterian Church.

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Lisburn music enthusiasts will still get the chance to hear two world-renowned artists next weekend.

Ulrich Herkenhoff and Alexandre Cellier were due to play in St Colman’s Church, Dunmurry.

After last week’s fire in the building, however, Dunmurry Presbyterian Church’s Rev. Grant Connor has stepped in to save the day and offer his church as a replacement venue.

The concert will take place on Saturday 30th January at 7.30pm, admission £5.

Herkenhoff, from Germany, makes all his own instruments and is known as ‘the best non-Romanian panflute player.’

He is often heard as a soloist on movie soundtracks and featured on Oscar-winner ‘The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King’.

Alexandre Cellier is a Swiss multi-instrument musician and composer, who uses influences from accross the globe, including Burkina Faso, Trinidad and Brazil, often on everyday objects he turns into instruments.

This concert is supported by Dunmurry Community Association and Colin Trust.