Heywood Trad Group 2016
- David Vesey: Flute
- Dara Clooney: Uileann Pipes/ Tin Whistle
- Maeve Murphy: Concertina
- Caoimhe Murphy: Button Accordion
- Mark Vesey: Banjo
- Rachael Bonham: Flute
- Grace Dalton: Flute
- Fintan Brennan: Beat box
- Colin Lewis: Button Accordion
- Conor Donoghue: Fiddle
- Julianne Woods: Piano
Congratulations to Rachael Bonham on receiving the Comhaltas Junior Traditional Irish Music student award in Heywood C.S. for 2016 Congratulations to Dara Clooney on receiving the Comhaltas Senior Traditional Irish Music student award in Heywood C.S. for 2016
Heywood C.S. Awards Ceremony 2016 ‘All I ask of you’- from Phantom of the Opera.
Emily Walshe (Soprano) and Aaron Phelan (Tenor) both Leaving Cert students of Heywood C.S. Accompanied by Julianne Woods on piano
O Sacrament Most Holy, arranged and verses composed by Ian Callaghan – sung by Carlow Cathedral choir for RTÉ Radio 1 extra broadcast for the Feast of the ascension, 2016. Verses sung by Julianne Woods
Psalm 64 ‘Let all the earth cry out with joy to the Lord’ Composed by Marty Haugen and sung by Julianne Woods at the Cathedral of the Assumption, Carlow on the Sixth Sunday of Easter (1 May), 2016.
Veni Sancte Spiritus , Taize
Sung by Julianne Woods on the Sixth Sunday of Easter (1 May), 2016 at the Cathedral of the Assumption, Carlow.
Queen of the May is a traditional hymn to Our Lady which many people enjoy during this month.
Traditional, adapted by Mary E Walsh (1883)
Sung by Julianne Woods accompanied by Marian Gaynor. May 2014.