WATCH: Irish tenor singer, Ronan Tynan, singing Funiculi Funicula at UCC

UCC’s Main Quad hosted the 12th A Summer’s Evening on the Quad open-air charity concert last night. 

The theme of this year’s concert was “Classics on the Quad” which saw the return of Dr. Ronan Tynan along with Fiona Murphy and Karen Underwood.

Ronan first gained international attention in 1994 after having won Go For It, a televised singing competition in the United Kingdom.

Since then, he has appeared in concert halls across the United States and internationally, has released more than 10 titles under the Sony label and has performed for several U.S. Presidents and Popes.

A Summer's evening on the Quad raised money for several charities at this year's event including Pieta House, Enable Ireland and Deaf Enterprises.

Click the gallery below to view more photos from the night. 

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