The Source – Biber’s First Rosary Sonata In D Minor,

In association with Music Network, the Source Arts Centre, here in Thurles, compliments this years Easter Ceremonies with Biber’s First Rosary Sonata in D minor, performed by Ariadne Daskalakis and Trio Vintage (US/Germany).
This magical event is regrettably for one night only, on Thursday 25th March at 8.00pm and is a must see, particularly, for students of the Cello and Violin.

This classical tour sees prize-winning Boston born violinist and beauty, Ariadne Daskalakis, perform with two of Germany’s foremost, early music specialists, Markus Möllenbeck (On Cello) and Gerald Hambitzer (On Harpichord).

Here is a real opportunity to see and hear some real, beautiful and rich performances on your very own doorstep.

Check hereunder for just a taste of this companies rich talents.


The company will also be performing works by Johann Sebastian BachGeorge Frideric Handel and Nicola Matteis.

So if an evening in the company of these wonderful performers is for you, why not drop down to The Source and allow yourself to soak up and be transported by this rich classical sound.

By the way Ariadne Daskalakis will be interviewed on Pat Kenny’s radio show on the morning of Wed 25th March.

This is a special evening not to be missed and tickets are priced at just €18. (€16 concession).
Book now by calling the Source Box Office on 0504 90204 or log on at


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